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Adhere to these three principles, you can develop healthy eating habits

A reasonable diet and adequate nutrition can improve the health of a generation, prevent the occurrence and development of various diseases, prolong life, and improve national quality. An unreasonable diet, excessive or insufficient nutrition, will bring different degrees of harm to health.

Overeating can lead to obesity, diabetes, cholelithiasis, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, and other diseases due to excess nutrition. It not only seriously affects health but also shortens lifespan. Long-term nutritional deficiencies in the diet can lead to malnutrition, anemia, a variety of elements, and vitamin deficiencies, affecting children's intellectual growth and development, and the human body's ability to resist disease, and the ability to work, work and study.

Diet and health are closely related. Only by ensuring a healthy diet can we further ensure the health of the body. It makes sense that disease enters from the mouth, so we can see how important diet is to health. Therefore, everyone should develop good eating habits.

Healthy eating should start with developing good eating habits

1. Reasonably distribute the food intake for three meals a day, and the distribution should be adapted to the physiological conditions and work needs. The best distribution ratio should be 3:4:3.

2. The protein, calcium, phosphorus, and fat-soluble vitamins in the meat and vegetarian food are better than the vegetarian food; and the unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, and cellulose in the vegetarian food are better than the meat food. Therefore, the appropriate combination of meat and vegetarian food, learning from each other's strengths to complement one's weaknesses, is conducive to health.

3. Not picky eaters and partial eclipse The nutrients needed by the human body are supplied by various foods, and no natural food can contain all the nutrients needed by the human body. Eating one kind of food alone cannot maintain the health of the human body, no matter how much or how nutritious it is. Therefore, in the diet, not a long-term picky eater or partial eclipse.

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