[REVEALED] Dr. G’s Diet Secrets (Delicious!)
I often get asked what I eat throughout the day to stay so healthy and in shape.
First of all, diet is only part of the equation.
Activity and environment are just as important.
I practice what I preach… so I stay active, get plenty of sun, cut down on EMFs in my house, block blue light at night, and much more.
But if you’d like a peek into the type of food I eat throughout the day, keep reading for an example of my daily menu.
It’s packed with disease-fighting nutrients… but it’s also simple and tasty.
For breakfast, try some oatmeal. Oatmeal contains high amounts of complex carbohydrates and fiber, which helps maintain blood sugar levels.
And instead of adding sugar, top it with blueberries, which are loaded with antioxidants called anthocyanins. These compounds lower your blood pressure andhelp your body run smoothly. People who eat the most blueberries have been shown to have a lower risk of cognitive decline.
Even better, for a little crunch, sprinkle on some heart-friendly slivered almonds, which have been shown to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
For lunch, try some grilled chicken on leafy greens, with sliced apples and avocado.
You’ll get lots of good protein in the chicken, good healthy fat in the avocado (plus the complex of B vitamins, vitamin K and vitamin E), and free-radical-fighting antioxidants in the apple.
And when you put it all over leafy greens like spinach, you’ll be getting an abundance of vitamins and minerals like selenium, zinc, calcium, and iron.
In fact, people who eat these veggies on a regular basis have a lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
For dinner, have salmon or other oily fish like mackerel, sardines, or herring. These fish are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, which are highly anti-inflammatory and are an important part of heart and brain health.
Next to your fish, have a healthy serving of sautéed kale, which is rich in vitamins C and K. Then round out your plate with a baked sweet potato, a tasty tuber that is an excellent source of protein, carbohydrates, and fiber.
If you need a snack in between, grab a Brazil nut (considered the healthiest nut of all). It has high amounts of protein and carbs. Just one nut contains 254% of the recommended daily amount of selenium, which is critical for thyroid health.
And if you need dessert, savor a piece of dark chocolate, which has been shown to improve blood flow, lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol, and even boost brain function. Just make sure it’s at least 70% cocoa.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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