Well-meaning advice in the media is abounded about what you need to do to live well or go down in weight. Some believe in LCHF, some on the 5:2 diet and others argue that common sense and Danish Houseman’s food are the right choices. It’s not always easy to know who to believe in!
The Danish Food administration is a significant authority in the United States, and they are responsible for the official advice on diet and nutrition. The recommendations focus on the whole of dietary habits.
Here Are The 5 Dietary Jets
1. Eat varied, not too much and be physically active
Eat yourself in healthy meals. Eat different vegetables, fruits, and whole grain products every day. Vary between different types of fish, lean dairy products and lean meats over the week. Potatoes are part of a varied diet.
Hold again with food and drink that contains a lot of fat and much sugar, such as fast food, snacks, soft drinks, and sweets.
Have the right balance between how much energy you get through food and drink and how much you consume through physical activity. Follow The Health agency’s recommendations for physical activity.
Go for the Keyhole mark and the Full Grain mark when you buy in.
2. Eat Fruit and many vegetables
Eat six a day – it is equivalent to approx. 600 g of vegetables and fruit. At least half must be vegetables.
100 g of vegetables or fruit is similar to a giant carrot or an apple. In particular, Choose coarse vegetables such as onions, peas, broccoli, cauliflowers, root crops, and beans.
Eat vegetables for all your main meals, and eat fruit and vegetables as between meals. So, the easiest way to get up to 600 g a day.
Green and fruit for children
Children from 4-10 years should eat 300-500 grams of fruit and vegetables depending on age.
3. Eat More Fish
Eat fish at least twice a week as a main dish and several times a week as cold meats. In total, you need to have 350 grams of fish per week. Of which approx. Two hundred grams of fatty fish such as salmon, trout, mackerel, and herring. For sensitive consumer groups, more detailed recommendations can be found, see the Danish Food agency’s website.
All kinds of the fish count, including fish meatballs, frozen fish, canned fish such as cod roe, tuna, and mackerel, as well as shellfish such as shrimp and mussels. Select fish products with the Keyhole mark.
4. Select Whole Grain
Eat at least 75 grams of whole grain per day. Whole grains you will find in food made from cereal products, where the entire grain is taken. Seventy-five grams of full grain, for example, corresponds to 2 DL oatmeal and a slice of whole grain rye bread.
Choose Whole Grains first – it’s easy if you go for the Full grain mark when you buy in. The Full-Grain brand is your guarantee of a high level of dietary fiber and whole grain in bread, groats, flour, cereal, rice, and pasta.
Choose rye bread or other whole grain bread for the lunch package. You can choose full grain rice or pasta as part of your hot head meal once in a while.
5. Select Lean meats and cold meats
Choose Meat and meat products with Max. 10% fat. Eat a maximum of 500 grams of beef prepared per week from cattle, calves, lamb or pigs. This is equivalent to two to three dinners a week and some cold meats. Select poultry, fish, eggs, vegetables or leguminous vegetables in the other days and as cold meats.
Meat can be cooked in many ways. It can be cooked, grilled or fried, for example. Remember to vary the way you cook your meat and that it should not be fried or grilled until the crust is dark. Go for the Keyhole mark when you buy in. This makes it easy to choose lean meat variants.