How to stop the habit of poor eating – Nuzest NZ


How to stop the habit of poor eating

Diet & Nutrition,

Most of us know the scenario. We eat high-sugar, high-carbohydrate foods on the run and, before we know it, cravings kick in for more sugar and carbs.

We feel bad about the extra kilos, but guess what food we turn to for comfort? As crazy as it seems, that‘s the downward spiral.

Conversely, if we eat well and exercise, junk food cravings become easier to side-step, or they disappear altogether.

The Role of Protein

Protein has a large role to play in helping us reverse the downward spiral. Nutritionist and naturopath Cliff Harvey explains why: “The benefits of upping the quality protein in our diet are compelling.

A protein-rich diet boosts the metabolism and helps us get leaner.

Protein increases the feeling of fullness from eating, cutting down our tendency to crave sugar and other high-calorie, low-nutrient foods.“

For people who struggle to eat enough protein with meals, supplements can provide a convenient way to boost their intake, but be careful to check the ingredients list on the label advises Mr Harvey.

“Generally the fewer ingredients listed the better. Look for a high quality protein powder that provides around 20-25 grams of protein per serve.“

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As published in Health 2000 magazine, October/November 2014

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The information provided in this article is intended for educational purposes only and is general advice. It should not, nor is it intended to be, relied on as a substitute for individual medical advice or care. If the contents of this, or any other of the blogs in this series raises any concerns or questions regarding your health, please consult a qualified healthcare practitioner.

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