27 Health and Nutrition Tips

There is a lot of confusion when it comes to health and nutrition.

People, even qualified experts, often seem to have the exact opposite opinions.

However, despite all the disagreements, there are a few things that are well supported by research.

Here are 27 health and nutrition tips that are actually based on good science.

1. Don't Drink Sugar Calories

2. Eat Nuts

3. Avoid Processed Junk Food (Eat Real Food Instead)

4. Don't Fear Coffee

5. Eat Fatty Fish

6. Get Enough Sleep

7. Take Care of Your Gut Health With Probiotics and Fiber

8. Drink Some Water, Especially Before Meals

9. Don't Overcook or Burn Your Meat

10. Avoid Bright Lights Before Sleep

11. Take Vitamin D3 If You Don't Get Much Sun

12. Eat Vegetables and Fruits

13. Make Sure to Eat Enough Protein

14. Do Some Cardio, or Just Walk More

15. Don't Smoke or do Drugs, and Only Drink in Moderation

16. Use Extra Virgin Olive Oil

17. Minimize Your Intake of Added Sugars

18. Don't Eat a Lot of Refined Carbohydrates

19. Don't Fear Saturated Fat

20. Lift Heavy Things

21. Avoid Artificial Trans Fats

22. Use Plenty of Herbs and Spices

23. Take Care of Your Relationships

24. Track Your Food Intake Every Now and Then

25. If You Have Excess Belly Fat, Get Rid of it

26. Don't go on a "Diet"

27. Eat Eggs, and Don't Throw Away The Yolk

Whole eggs are so nutritious that they're often referred to as "nature's multivitamin."

It is a myth that eggs are bad for you because of the cholesterol. Studies show that they have no effect on blood cholesterol in the majority of people (106).

Additionally, a massive review study that included 263,938 individuals found that egg consumption had no association with the risk of heart disease (107).

What we're left with is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet, and the yolk is where almost all of the nutrients are found.

Telling people to throw away the yolk is among the worst pieces of advice in the history of nutrition.


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