Consuming fish, fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains, nuts, and whole fat dairy on a regular basis decreases risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality.
One cheat day will likely not ruin your diet, but being mindful about consumption is helpful. It is less harmful to have a cheat meal than an entire day.
Exercising one day per week can improve health and increase strength and overall fitness.
Frozen fruit has a nutritional value similar to that of fresh fruit, and contains vitamin C and antioxidants.
Honey is preferable to white sugar with a slightly lower glycemic index and antioxidant properties. But enjoy in moderation – it’s still sugar.
Eating 1-2 servings of fish per week can have a significant benefit on cardiovascular health due to its omega-3 fatty acids.
Sugar alcohols may be helpful in reducing blood sugar spikes, but must be limited per day to avoid digestive upset.
Nightshade vegetables provide many vitamins and antioxidants, and there is no reason to avoid them unless you have digestion related inflammation.
A 4 week study showed improvements in reaction time and processing speed along with a species of bacteria in gut after consuming nuts, though the two results are unrelated.
Imaging your food as different is not a healthy food behavior, but this study showed that recalling a meal as bigger might cause less food intake next time.