Healthy dinner is about conscious food choices. During the week, the rush hours make this difficult. And during weekends, what about our resting and leisure hours?
So to help you start having healthy meals, we have consulted international lecturer, physician and nutritionist Dr.Sorrentino. and also World Health Organization
(https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/healthy-diet, https://www.who.int/behealthy/healthy-diet, https://www.who.int/nutrition/publications/nutrientrequirements/healthydiet_factsheet/en/) to gather some useful guidelines.
Usually after 6p.m., our body begins to slow down our metabolism and starts to get ready for sleeping hours. Hence, all we eat a couple of hours before we go to bed impacts and is impacted by this.
Healthy dinner demands us to avoid (or at least try) some types of food to help our “nightly metabolism”:
All these types of food demand more energy from our digestive system and/or raises our blood sugar levels. Remember that our metabolism is on a different pace.
For a healthy dinner, you must include food that helps your body to prepare for a good healthy sleeping period. This quality is necessary for the reestablishment and balance of all body functions. This does not mean giving up flavour in your menu: