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The Healthy Eating Pyramid

26/07/2010
I am a firm believer in keeping things simple whenever I can.

Not only does this mean that I can keep my life nice and easy, but I also find that simple things make the biggest differences in life.  Especially when it comes to food, drink and weight control

So probably the simplest thing that any of us can do to improve our health and give our bodies the resources they need to perform at a high standard, is follow this healthy eating pyramid:

Healthy Eating Pyramid

Healthy Eating Pyramid - Click to see a big copy.

It is a more visual way of showing the 10 simple rules of healthy eating that I try to drum into people.  So download my guide to the Healthy Eating Pyramid by clicking here, print it off and stick it to your fridge/cupboards etc.  I don’t care if you are overweight/underweight, an exercise virgin or an elite athlete…we should all be following these guides for health, life and performance.

Now I know almost everyone of you are thinking

“Its ok, I eat like this anyway.”

If this is so, then you won’t be afraid to do a food diary to prove it!

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3 Comments leave one →
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    17/11/2010 1:50 am

    healthy eating should be our top priority since there are many junk foods and foods with no nutritional value these days `*,

  2. 07/08/2012 2:01 pm

    Unfortunately, since the food pyramid was introduced, there has been a massive rise in obesity. Too many simple sugars and trans fats are included in normal food. Too much emphasis on carbohydrate intake for athletes not involved in big endurance events.
    The Harvard food plate is a step in the right direction.
    Stopping drinking lucozade is another.

  3. 26/05/2013 12:57 am

    Of course while the pyramid shows us of a basic guideline to eating, we must also make our own judgements on what is healthy for us. there isn’t any point in eating the right amount when you could particularly need more protein

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