What does it mean to eat well?
What we put into our bodies can impact our mood, our energy and our emotional and physical health too.
Becoming more mindful about what we eat, when we eat, and why we eat can help us to create balance and harmony both physically and emotionally.
It is worth acknowledging that the nutrients in our food act as INFORMATION for our trillions of beautiful cells. When we give our bodies the right information, our cells will function at their highest level, and in turn, we will feel more energetic, our minds are clearer, we look more vibrant - the list of benefits goes on.
When we eat foods with poor quality information, for example, refined flours and sugars or dangerous tans fats, our bodies don't know how to utilise that data, and dysfunction is the result. Blood sugar imbalances, mood swings, weight gain, sleep disturbance, lethargy and gut issues may well ensue.
The most important thing to remember when it comes to nutrition is eating whole foods in their most natural form.
Eat a rainbow of colour too, everyday. That way, you can be sure you are getting plenty of phytochemicals and antioxidants to support the whole body-mind