The first rule of wellbeing
is learned at the table


63% of the world population considers a correct diet is the ideal system to prevent chronic diseases: in Italy as well, in the last ten years, there has been a marked increase among those who follow a healthy and balanced diet.

(Source: Nielsen “Global Health and Ingredient Sentiment”, 2016)

The importance of knowing how to choose the right foods
A healthy diet consists of many elements. This is why, during the week, it is important to manage your diet by carefully alternating different foods: meat, legumes, eggs, fish. Milk and yogurt are instead recommended every day. Likewise, foods such as cured meats, fatty meats and sweets, as they are high in fat, should be consumed in moderation. Among the condiments we recommend olive oil, better if extra-virgin; it is also good to limit the use of salt, replacing it whenever possible with spices, aromatic herbs, garlic and onion.
The importance of fruit and vegetables
An adequate intake of fruit and vegetables is essential for healthy eating. In fact, these foods contain a series of nutrients that can help our body achieve wellness: soluble fibres, vitamins and minerals (e.g. potassium and magnesium).
No food is complete: this is why, even in this case, combining different varieties of foods allows balancing the effects, avoiding the occurrence of any deficiencies (vitamins, calories, minerals ...) in quantitative and nutritive terms.
An apple a day ... but also an orange, a banana, or an apricot!
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends consuming five portions of healthy foods (three of fruit and two of vegetables) per day, for a minimum total of 400 grams: a portion may consist of a whole fruit, a plate of salad, a fresh fruit juice ... All combined with proper hydration!
Also according to the WHO, the intake of 600 grams of fruit and vegetables a day would contribute significantly to the reduction of cardiovascular diseases, even among the youngest.
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