Benefits of a Healthy Diet

May 9, 2017 | By Jessie Armstrong | 0 Comments

Experience the advantages of healthy eating

How do we regain or maintain our health? The link between health and diet is not very intuitive. You might have experienced distress and discomfort sometimes, after eating something bad or after having eaten too quickly; maybe you eat while watching the TV or reading, or even while you are driving. Being sick could be a typical reaction to relieve your stomach and digestive system. However, sometimes your system is so intoxicated that you only suffer without being able to get rid of the poison and don’t know why!

Many scientific articles, in most modern countries, stress the role of diet in the development of chronic diseases, heart failures, cancer and all sorts of degenerative physical conditions such as diabetes or hypertension.

My personal belief is that we are what we eat. And you know why because of you not eat healthy than it would be cause an appendix pain and you will never know that where is your appendix on? Because the food we eat will finally be transformed into the cells making our body and will also influence our thoughts and mood. Do take your time at meals, enjoy your food in silence and be aware of what you eat. Whenever you can prepare your meals yourself. This will help you to experience the benefits of a healthy diet.

Are there any benefits in a healthy diet then and what are they?

  • Taste: healthy food tastes better. Make a simple comparison: eat junk food for a meal; next meal eat something healthier, for example, a juicy grilled turkey steak or fish seasoned with olive oil and lemon juice, some fresh ground pepper, and unrefined salt; add a salad made with organically grown veggies or grilled vegetables seasoned with balsamic vinegar or lemon juice, olive oil and coarse salt or even Himalayan salt; drink a glass or good red wine if you like and then it well, I’ll leave it to you. Don’t you think it tastes better?
  • Energy: your energy level will increase the quality of your food intake. The better the quality, the higher your energy level. Quality is not the same as quantity. Less food often results in more energy because your digestive system works better. Cooking methods also play a role, of course. See my section about Food for Health, where I provide you with some useful tips.
  • Economic Advantage: more taste, more energy and less desire to stuff your stomach with junk food or sweets will result in more money in your pocket. Not only that – wouldn’t it be better to be able to spend more money on your favorite hobbies, or on traveling, instead of paying for your doctor’s bills and drugs?
  • Independence: that sounds strange, doesn’t it? Well it the better you eat, the healthier you are, the easier it will be for you to decide on your life, rather than having illness or disturbances deciding it for you, and don’t you think so? gives you ultimate guideline about your body issues or health.
  • Long-Term Illness Prevention: a healthy diet will help to prevent overweight and will strengthen your immune system. This, in turn, will help you cope much more efficiently with stress; there is also less probability of developing degenerative diseases like cancer and diabetes, or heart and circulation problems.
  • Mental Agility and Memory: maintaining your psychological fitness through middle age into old age, allowing you to retain a higher quality of life.