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Healthy Food & Drinks

GAIN defines a “nutritious” food as a food that in the context where it is consumed and by the individual that consumes it, provides beneficial nutrients and minimizes potentially harmful elements. Healthy eating means eating a variety of foods that give you the nutrients you need to maintain your health, feel good, and have energy. These nutrients include protein, carbohydrates, fat, water, vitamins, and minerals. Nutritious drink is a drink that claims to be beneficial to health and there are 8 healthy drinks besides water are Green tea, Mint tea, Black coffee, Fat-free milk, Soy milk or almond milk, Hot chocolate, Orange or lemon juice and Homemade smoothies.   

Which Snacks Have The Most Nutritional Value?

A good-for-you Healthy snack is one that’s high in nutritional value (protein, vitamins, minerals, fiber) but relatively low in calories, total fat, saturated fat (no trans fat),sugar, and sodium. And the most important part of that equation is high in nutritional value. Nuts, for example are high in fat and calories but they are also loaded with nutrients we need which makes them a healthy choice.

When Should I Eat a Healthy Snack?

A good rule of thumb is to offer Healthy snacks a few hours after one meal ends and about one to two hours before the next meal begins. You should snack anytime if you are going more than 4 hours between meals. Four hours is about the maximum amount of time you should have between meals. You should snack after any intense workout lasting for an hour or more. It’s important to replace your energy stores with carbohydrate and rebuild your muscle with protein after a long intense workout.

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