Experts’ Definition Of Healthy Food By Grundy
So, what do those health gurus have to say where it comes to eating healthy? Let’s take a look at some of their beliefs, in order to gain a deeper understanding of what healthy food is.
What The Experts Think About Eating Healthy?
According to registered dietrician nutritionist coach Amanda Sauceda, it’s important to have more color in your plate and eat more fruits and veggies. According to her, ‘healthy’ is foods that nourish both the body and soul.
Nancy Snyder, who is the culinary dietician at Healthy Dining, believes that a ‘whole food’, that is dense in nutrients, will, always give you your money’s worth where it comes to investing in your health, helping to fuel your body beyond mere calories.
According to certified nutrition coach Kelly Page, you should ideally eat fresh food that grows straight from the ground. When you are looking at that packaged food, look for those that have minimal ingredients. All you need to do is to keep it simple.
Certified nutrition coach Esther Avant believes that there are foods that are on one side of the spectrum that make one feel good; foods like fresh veggies and lean meat, that provide you with nutrients. There are some on the other side of the spectrum as well, that don’t give your body that many nutrients as the better foods do. These are foods that are artificial or processed, like chips and pastries.
Registered dietician nutritionist Kameo Snyder will have you believe that health cannot really be bottled or placed into a can. There are nutrient-dense foods that are laced with phytochemicals and antioxidants; foods that actually promote health and prevent disease, and those that are the quintessential definition of healthy food.
You might also wish to check out our article on the health benefits of eating healthy.