If you want to snack, what the the healthiest way to get nutrition? Let's take a step back first though and ask if it's possible to get more nutrition from foods?
Part of getting healthy is setting yourself up to succeed. In this podcast episode of The Mental Minute, I show how this success can even come from finding the best way to organize pantry. Get a fresh start from nutrition and find foods that stabilize your blood sugar and get you on a good path to health.
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Are there any special nutrition tips for productivity? Is it possible that someone can be productive with a full stomach?
To be productive ultimately means that your nutrition is on par, therefore, you can improve productivity by eating certain foods. In this episode of The Mental Minute I discuss blood sugar and productivity and a couple of mind-tricks that can show you how to eat healthy and improve productivity.
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Are there any guidelines we should follow about nutrition. Would you be surprised if I said I have 10 nutritional guidelines? Why does that matter and why is nutrition important to health?
When it comes to health, there has to be a healthy balance of nutrition and especially surrounding our guidelines to better health. In this episode of The Mental Minute, I share my thoughts on how to create healthy meal times with my own top 10 list.
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Are There New Nutritional Guidelines?
The old food pyramid was wrong. In fact it still is wrong. What was wrong with the old food guide pyramid? For decades people have tried to follow it, but as a society, we've only becoming unhealthier. So, I'm going to be giving you part one of Jared's top 10 nutritional guidelines that you could use going forward.
Now, before you decide not to listen to my podcast, I want you to throw everything that you've ever thought about nutrition out the window; food pyramid, low-fat, low-sugar, throw it all out the windows. We're going to look at things differently.
Number one, eat well for tomorrow, not specifically just for today. What do I mean by that? Is that what you eat today is going to effect not only you, but your future generations to come, think about that.
Should You Eat The Same Foods?
Where do you get your nutrition, and when it comes to getting the most nutrition, is there a way how to eat different foods? This ultimately comes down to food diversity.
We could probably say our standard of living has increased over the past, let's say, a hundred years. Unfortunately, that's not reflected in our nutrition and the way that we get nutrition from the foods that we eat. We spend less money proportionally-wise on whole foods today than we did, let's say, 50 years ago. And that connection that we have with foods and the foods that we consume is getting weaker and weaker by the day. Food diversity is down, illnesses are up. There has to be some sort of correlation there.
Nutrition Guidelines Don't Apply To You
Have you ever wonder why nutrition is wrong or that the information you find on the internet doesn't apply to you? The biggest mistakes of nutrition facts is exactly that: not everything you read applies to you.
I'd really like to begin a discussion about the generalization, or really the oversimplification of the dietary guidelines find on the interwebs today. The biggest fallacy known to mankind is thinking that the nutritional information that you hear about or read about applies 100 percent to you. Rarely, if ever, it does, and it's a good starting point, it's never a good ending point because we're all completely different.
Nutrition And Insulin
How to be proactive about your health. That seems to be how society is heading, or maybe it's not. We should be looking at our health outside the box.
I'd like to discuss nutrition, and really bio hacking nutrition, and how the key to your long term success will be built upon three things. Foods bring people together, it's the source of pleasure. It also serves as the foundation that really can build on anything else that makes this body run. There's a challenge in nutrition, unfortunately, that dualistic approach in saying, "This food is bad, this food is good."
Don't Be Reactive About Your Health
Are there any healthy lifestyle changes you should follow to lose weight? Weight loss and mental health require you to think about how to be proactive about your health This encompasses healthy lifestyle changes surrounding food.
Are you making the necessary healthy lifestyle changes in order to improve your digestion and gut health? If you believe you are, the next logical question should be whether you are being proactive or reactive when it comes to improving your digestion.
How Does Poor Nutrition Affect Humans
Did you know that poor nutrition can affect your brain, and if your diet is bad, can actually destroy your brains ability to work properly? Your brain depends on good nutrition, so it's imperative that the foods you eat go to support your overall health, but more specifically your brain health.
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I explain why your brain is literally built from the foods you eat, and why that's important for you to perform necessary tasks and rational thinking.
Best Fermented Foods For Gut Health
What are the differences or similarities between probiotic foods and fermented foods, or is there a difference? When you add bacteria and microorganisms to food, there's a process that makes it tasty and nutritious, it's called fermentation, but there's a misconception that fermented foods are probiotic. For example, not all fermented foods are probiotic.
Beer and wine, those are fermented foods, but they don't contain live cultures and then if you had that fermented food, but bake it or can it or pasteurize it eliminates that probiotic benefit. So can you have fermented foods that contain live organisms that are not "probiotic"? To read more of this topic or to listen to or download this podcast, follow the link.
These podcasts are an extension of me sharing what I believe is the source to be healthy emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually: a strong gut.