No “Bad” Foods When It Comes to Preventing Heart Disease

by Jodee on August 23, 2009

When it comes to eating well for your heart’s sake, be sure to eat a variety of foods. When we decide that certain foods are “bad,” it makes them more attractive to us. Rather than taking the things that you enjoy the most and putting them on a list of forbidden pleasures, why not vow to eat well and consume your favorites in moderation?

Food isn’t inherently “good” or “bad.” There are some choices that are better for your health than others, such as choosing whole grains, lean meats, and fresh fruits and vegetables more often. Very few people can stay disciplined enough that they make healthy choices all the time.

Instead of feeling guilty for falling off the healthy eating wagon and deciding to continue making unhealthy choices, give yourself a break. It’s OK to have a treat sometimes.

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