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What is balance diet? Step .org planning balance diet? Write down of importance of balance diet? definition of balance diet.

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A balanced diet is not a crash diet, it is a way of eating all of the right nutrients that your body needs in order to be healthy. Everyone's bodies are different and often individuals require a different amount and type of nutrients. Eating a well-balanced diet is key if you’re looking to improve your overall health and maintain a healthy weight. Not sure where to start? Make sure you’re eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. Why is eating fruits and vegetables so important for a healthy eating plan? Fruits and vegetables can help you: Have more energy to work and do the things you love Feel stronger and more alive Lose weight or maintain a weight Make your skin look brighter and feel more firm Reduce the chance of getting chronic diseases like obesity, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease Not to mention, fruits and vegetables are low in fat and calories. There are so many tasty fruits and vegetables to choose from, and they can be prepared in so many different ways that there is something for everyone! Action Plan for Healthy Eating An action plan can help you take steps toward reaching your goal of healthier eating. Start by thinking about what you eat now and what changes you want to make. Then think about what eating changes will help you make healthier food choices. You don't have to change your whole diet all at once. Set a Specific Goal Here are some examples of specific healthy eating goals: I will eat a piece of fruit for my afternoon snack on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday next week instead of a cookie or potato chips. I will take a healthy lunch to work on Tuesday and Thursday next week instead of grabbing fast food. I will broil or steam foods at dinner on Sunday and Wednesday next week instead of frying. I will experiment with different spices so I use less salt when I prepare dinner on Monday and Thursday next week. Steps Toward Your Goal Once the goal is in mind, think of how you can reach the goal. Use simple, doable ideas as the steps to your goal. Here are examples of first steps to reach a goal: I'll keep a record of what, when, and how much I eat every day next week. Tomorrow I'll look at some Web sites for ideas about simple, healthy lunches I can make. I won't go grocery shopping on Saturday when I'm hungry so that I won't be so tempted by junk food. On Friday, I'll check out the low-sodium recipes in this Healthy Living section or on a reputable food site, to find different spices I can use for flavor. Create Your Plan for Change Use this Action Plan form (PDF) or create one of your own. Tips for using an action plan: Use an action plan work sheet for a single, specific goal. When you reach your first goal, celebrate your success, then create an action plan for your next goal. Make your goal as specific as possible so you'll know exactly what you're going to do. Learning and adapting your plan: After the first week or so, ask yourself how you're doing and if you feel your plan is easy to stick to. Think about what's working and what gets in your way, and add that to the weekly chart. If you find that something you didn't plan for is creating a barrier, modify your plan so it works for you. Note: Keep your goals realistic. Start by taking small steps toward your goal. If you feel stuck or are having a hard time, ask a friend, family member, or your doctor for help.
Hello, A balanced diet is the diet which has all the vital nutrients in the adequate quantity. It ensures that a person doesn't suffer from any underlying nutritional deficiencies and also assists, in correcting deficiencies, if any.
balanced diet is combination of adequate amount of protein, fiber, carbohydrates, fats and other micronutrients according to your height weight and age.
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