Eat Well

Nothing should really surprise you about the Feel+ dietary recommendations. These are universal rules, like the famous "eat five fruits and vegetables per day" and the classic "breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dine like a pauper," to which you are recommended to add a snack in the middle of the afternoon.

Only eat fried foods, cakes or rich foods occasionally, and be careful with excessively greasy, sweet, or salty foods. Unless otherwise indicated, it is not a salt-free or sugar-free diet (long live fruit!) but carbohydrates (bread, pasta, rice, potatoes) are recommended with every meal. Finally, eat meat moderately and enjoy fish as often as possible.

What requires effort is eating less and avoiding quick snacking between main meals, except once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Nothing but common sense: eating better is eating a balanced diet and watching the quantities.

Some basic advice is outlined below:

  • Eat a varied diet
    Purchasing products in season is a good way to vary your meals. 
  • Eat a balanced diet
    A balanced meal is one that includes carbohydrates, proteins and vegetables. See the food pyramid for guidance on what foods to eat regularly and those to limit. A balanced day may include food in the first five groups of the pyramid and a balanced week would be eating as much fish as meat, and a variety of fruits and vegetables.
  • Eat fresh food
    Avoid processed foods, which are often heavy, salty and contain unsuitable ingredients (e.g., palm oil and flavour enhancers). When shopping for healthy foods, buy your vegetables every 2–3 days so they do not lose their nutritional qualities and try to buy your fruits and vegetables when they are in season.
  • Eat healthily
    Favour vegetable fats to animal fats, but in limited amounts. Do not fry if you can help it, use ‘light’ versions of sauces and mayonnaise, and use plenty of fresh herbs in your cooking, as they are full of vitamins.
  • Spoil yourself
    There are no foods that you cannot eat, but all things in moderation. A little deviation from time-to-time can do you good, so long as you remember to get back on track. Spoiling yourself does not mean that you need to be unhealthy – discover other styles of cooking (Thai or Vietnamese are very healthy!)

Five Fruits and Vegetables… All That in a Day?

Vitamins, mineral salts, fibres and an infinite variety of taste; five different fruits and vegetables a day is anything but a burden. A piece of fruit for breakfast, a serving of raw vegetables at lunch, a piece of fruit at every meal and a soup or vegetable to accompany them in the evening and you have had your daily quota! In addition, a salad or soup as a first course will cut hunger and will help you to eat moderately.

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