Fruit consumption: Vegetables and fruits are rich in vitamins and antioxidants. But vegetables are often consumed by cooking and this vitamin and antioxidant property can be lost. The body can benefit greatly from antioxidants and vitamins in raw fruits. 1-2 servings of fruit should be consumed per day.
Protein consumption: The most important building blocks of the body and can not be stored in the body for a long time is enough to consume a sufficient amount of daily protein. It should be noted that insufficient protein consumption causes muscle loss. Red meat, chicken meat, fish meat, turkey meat, eggs, milk and dairy products are examples of protein sources.
Fat consumption: It should be kept in mind that fats are one of the building blocks of the body and that the human body provides energy from fats. The most important point in fat consumption is to know and consume healthy fats. Olive oil, organic butter, coconut oil, raw nuts are examples of healthy fat sources. Slimming diets should provide more controlled consumption in fat portions.
Carbohydrate consumption: Cereals, legumes, vegetables, fruits and dairy products are carbohydrate sources. Healthy carbohydrate sources should be known and consumed in this group as well as in fats. For example, instead of white bread, whole grain bread and whole grain products should be preferred. It should be remembered that during the day, the amount of carbohydrate taken from vegetables, fruits, dairy products and oil seeds meets the daily need almost daily, and therefore, foods such as extra rice, bread and pasta should not be consumed.