The nutrition wars over carbs during the last 10 years have led to some serious confusion about carbohydrates, their effects on our bodies and their place in a balanced diet. Are carbs good for you or bad for you? The real answer is there are good carbs and bad carbs. This infographic helps you to distinguish between the two.
But its also striking up a balance and that’s why the 5:2 diet has become so popular. You simply eat whatever takes your fancy for 5 days a week, then for two days you limit yourself to 500 calories (though men get a few extra than us ladies) and it gives your body a chance to recover from whatever you have eaten that shouldn’t have and gives you chance to lose weight on a part time basis. #weightlosstips #diettips #the5:2
To follow a balanced, heart-healthy diet, you need to eat veggies, fruit, fish, soy, grains, legumes, nuts and seeds on a regular basis. But some foods have more heart-healthy disease-fighting nutrients than others. Infographic on HealthHub from Cleveland Clinic