Most people want to try to eat things that are “healthy”. What is healthy? The answer to that question often depends on who you ask. Can you tell by the label? The labels on foods aren’t much help either. All kinds of things are being labeled as “healthy” because the fat or sugar content has been reduced, but how “healthy” are reduced-fat cookies?
Healthy also doesn’t mean it will help you lose fat. Often people think they are eating “healthy”, but struggle with their weight. Following a healthy diet might not be what it takes to make body shape changes. For example, yogurt, whole grains, seeds and nuts, avocados, beans, bananas and pineapple are healthy, but none of these will do much to help with fat loss. Changing the body requires reducing fat, increasing lean protein, reducing carbohydrates and increasing fiber and water.