Change your eating habits with organic food diet plan

The Age of Information has given us modern conveniences like the Internet and smart devices. With these, information is readily available at our fingertips, keeping us connected 24/7. However, it has also changed our eating habits. To keep up with our busy lifestyles, we tend to eat less healthy foods. Eventually, this habit can affect our health and wellbeing.
Fortunately, there are many healthy diet options and ideas readily available. Following an organic diet meal plan can be challenging but is achievable. This article aims to help you change your eating habits and encourage you to go organic.

Breakfast

It the most important meal of the day. A good helping of organic produce can definitely satisfy your hunger. A serving of scrambled or poached free-range organic eggs with grilled tomatoes, mushrooms and spinach is enough to keep you going until lunch. This kind of meal provides sufficient servings of protein and carbohydrates for energy. Aside from organic eggs and vegetables, fruits, cereals, pancake mixes and dairy can be added to your diet plan. Fruit smoothies with non-dairy milk are another good breakfast options. Boiled steel-cut oats in organic milk are also good alternatives. Add a few organic berries and a drizzle of honey to it and you will have a power-packed breakfast.

Lunch

A midday meal keeps us energised throughout the afternoon. Since we need nutrients like iodine and selenium in our diet, organically-fed farm fish make tasty treats. Marinate tilapia or catfish in lemon juice and ginger before grilling.

Pair it with steamed organic vegetables and organic cheese and you will have a hearty lunch. Some other lunch ideas could include chicken, tuna or a tossed green salad.

Stir-fried or grilled chicken breast with whole wheat bread sandwiches are excellent tummy fillers. If you want a light, yet, filling lunch, you can also opt for either an organic egg salad sandwich or a lentil salad with organic quinoa.

Dinner

Rethinking your dinner plate means changing your diet. A healthy dose of protein and greens can definitely make your meal better for you. Healthier cooking methods such as braising, steaming, poaching and baking fish, chicken or lean meat are encouraged. These dishes can be prepared in advance and stored in your freezer for future use. It is a practical way of preparing healthy meals for your busy work schedule. Eating is a pleasurable experience. Making healthy choices should not be a challenge and the food we eat will reflect on our body. Organic food will give our bodies the nutrients they need so start eating better today!

Meat Free Mondays – 7 Recipes for the Week Ahead

I was still tackling my tax return today, so I was a tad stressed. My friends may laugh when I say I was a little stressed, yes I was super stressed, but it’s done now, phew! I hate hitting that button to see how much I owe. It’s always more than I expect.

Now that’s over, I’m thinking about the week ahead and some meal ideas. As usual there’s lots of inspiration from all the recipes my lovely blogger friends share with me each week. I hope you’ll be inspired too.

They ate organic food 14 days

As part of the experiment, a supermarket chain and the Swedish Institute for Environmental Research, a family completely change their dishes for two weeks and all foods are replaced – organic.

The five family members were tested during the experimentation by regularly giving urine analysis.

After 15 days of eating only products exclusively organic growth levels of bad chemicals in their samples declined sharply.

This experiment showed that more than a few days to feed exclusively organic food that the body purged of pesticides and other toxins we consume non-organic food, which was the goal of the study which aims to promote a healthier diet.

Unfortunately, the biggest obstacle in this way to keep your health is the high price of organic products.

The 20 Best Organic Foods

Walk into an average grocery store and you face a choice—47,000 choices of products, actually. And their labels advertise terms such as low fat, high fiber, free range, and organic.

Some matter, some don’t. But those labels aren’t even the most confusing part: Many scientists say organic is more nutritious than conventionally grown food, while others say it’s not.

The back and forth is enough to make us “eat what’s available when we’re hungry and try not to think too much about it because it’s all so disheartening and confusing,” writes Maria Rodale in her new book,Organic Manifesto.

Organic foods: Are they safer? More nutritious?

Discover the real difference between organic foods and their traditionally grown counterparts when it comes to nutrition, safety and price.

Once found only in health food stores, organic food is now a regular feature at most supermarkets. And that’s created a bit of a dilemma in the produce aisle.

On one hand, you have a conventionally grown apple. On the other, you have one that’s organic. Both apples are firm, shiny and red. Both provide vitamins and fiber, and both are free of fat, sodium and cholesterol. Which should you choose? Get the facts before you shop.

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