If you’re someone that’s confused with the types of foods you should be eating, here’s a great post from Precision Nutrition. They’ve put a bunch of common foods on a continuum of things to ‘eat more often’ things to ‘eat less often.’ Note that it’s a continuum - it says eat less often, not ‘never eat.’ This can help guide you when at the grocery store or eating out with friends in choosing the healthier option. Hope this helps 🤘🏼 Repost from @precisionnutrition using @RepostRegramApp - 🤷🏻♀️🤷🏽♂️ “What foods should I eat?” <— It’s a question we hear often. Sometimes in desperation. - 💬 Over and over, we’re asked: "Are potatoes good or bad?" "Can I eat pasta?" "Is cheese okay?" "Do I have to live without bacon?" (We told you about the desperation.) - 💡That’s why we created this handy, visual food guide.* It’s designed to help you make healthier choices, no matter your knowledge of nutrition. - 💥 Whether you're eating at home, dining out with friends, or dealing with banquet buffets on a work trip, these continuums will help you think of foods on an "eat more" to "eat some" to "eat less" spectrum (instead of "approved" and "off-limits"). - 🔑 Remember: Aim for #progressnotperfection - *This is not an exhaustive list. Check out our complete food continuum guide— plus a
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