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You won't love each and every healthy type of food, but it's important to begin to learn about all the various types to create a balanced approach.

As we kick off into full flow of 2019, if you are like many other individuals, you would have probably already made a resolution that 2019 is the year we get our diets under control for once and for all! We're here to let you know that it is indeed very possible. Getting on top of your diet is all about balance and consistency. You won't love each and every healthy type of food, but it's important to begin to learn about all the various types of foods and how you can create a balanced approach to consuming your meals.

The best way to begin eating healthy is to become very familiar with foods that provide nourishment and nutrients for your body. Most likely without changing much, there are already a variety of ‘healthy’ foods that you have an affinity for—take a look at this list of 100 healthiest foods on the planet, decide what you would enjoy eating and begin making a list from there.

If you’re having a hard time finding ‘healthy’ foods whose flavors you love, don’t become discouraged. As mentioned above, eating well is about achieving balance. This means that the addition of veggies to you next cheat meal like burger and fries (replace the fries) could make a big difference in bringing a healthy serving of greens to your diet.

You can also take your favorite meals and make little substitutions or additions to attain this balance. Because some nutrient-rich foods don’t have dominant flavor profiles, you can use them to bolster dishes that you already find scrumptious. Purée some veggies (carrots, peppers, eggplant) and sneak them into a bolognese sauce or a lasagne or—for you breakfast lovers—add a little chopped broccoli to your scrambled eggs.

 

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