We are fit, we eat healthy.
But only until recently I was told that a healthy diet is not necessarily a nutritious diet...
- Johnny Yee & Natalie Choi
The common belief goes that a good diet equals more greens, less meat. It is however only half the truth.
A good diet actually emphasizes a balanced intake of nutrients - carbs, protein, healthy fat and a range of required vitamins and minerals. Greens is important but not everything.
Yet this is challenging for us living the modern life, as we usually stick to our favourite food or restaurants.