Why do most healthy things taste bad

Of course, you are flexible here and can also set both meals at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. or, for example, at 12 p.m. and 6 p.m.

7. Mistakes in healthy eating: Too much raw food too late in the evening

The eating rhythm of intermittent fasting also prevents the 7th mistake, namely eating too late. Eating late at around 8 p.m. or later puts an enormous strain on the organism. Of course, it also depends a lot on the type of food.

A light soup is usually not a problem. A heavy, high-fat, high-protein or gluten-containing meal or even a multi-course meal, however, overwhelms the digestive organs in the late evening and often leads to waking up completely exhausted the next morning.

After a change in diet, a lot of raw food is often incorporated into the menu. Raw food is really one of the best ways to eat food - but not if you are not used to it. After all, most people ate very little raw food before. As a result, your digestive organs are no longer used to this type of food.

It is not uncommon for the raw food to be not chewed thoroughly enough. You swallow it like you did with soft-boiled food for years. But then the raw food is heavy in the stomach, especially in the evening.

So be gentle with the transition. Make sure that you always chew raw foods particularly well and that you only eat them until the early afternoon, but not in the evening.

As soon as your organism has got used to the high proportion of raw food in your diet, you can of course also eat raw food in the evening. But feel your way forward slowly. You can find healthy raw food recipes including raw food cakes in our recipe section.

8. Mistakes in healthy eating: Too much "healthy" food

At the beginning of a switch to a healthy diet, one is often tempted to eat the healthiest of the healthy - and a lot of it.

You swallow vitamin pills, fish oil capsules, calcium supplements, trace elements, probiotics, green powder, protein tabs, superfoods - whether these are necessary for you personally or not, and because of all the preparations you can no longer eat.

On the other hand, it would make more sense to only take those vitamins, minerals and trace elements that you really need personally. For example, if you are vegan, you think of vitamin B12 or some of the vitamins described here.

Likewise, you only choose a protein supplement if your own needs are so high that the menu cannot meet them. The dosage should also be chosen very carefully and certainly not according to the motto "a lot helps a lot".

Because of overdosing, the body's own balance quickly gets out of hand. Therefore, one doses in such a way as to achieve and then maintain equilibrium.

9. Mistakes in healthy eating: Fear shapes the menu

Anyone who starts with a healthy diet will devour all literature about it. As a result, he learns a lot about things that are supposed to be bad - and then consistently avoids them for fear of immediately becoming seriously ill if they are eaten.

Often, however, he completely overlooks the fact that these things are only bad in EXCESSION, but not if they are perhaps prepared in a certain way (e.g. sprouted, fermented, soaked, etc.) or simply well dosed and alternated with many other foods takes.

For example, grain should not be used as a staple or staple food. Grains are also much easier to digest if they are sprouted before consumption or when baking bread - prepared with sourdough.

So, warning against frequent grain consumption doesn't mean that grain is outright bad. It should just not be consumed in large quantities on a daily basis and also not in the form of white flour products.

Soy, in particular, has fallen into disrepute and is called by many people in the same breath as arsenic and mercury and is consequently viewed as a high-grade poison, which is of course extremely exaggerated.

Soy should not be consumed by the kilo every day, but nothing speaks against the consumption of tofu, miso, tempeh or products made from it every now and then, if the quality is high (organic, if possible from European soy cultivation, gentle processing, etc.).

Fish - as one often reads - is contaminated with mercury, salt and spices are unnatural and were never eaten by our primeval ancestors, potatoes are nightshade family and, moreover, are too starchy, eggs are high in cholesterol and, moreover, the "menstrual waste of a chicken", legumes are not among them human species-appropriate food and contain - just like nuts and other seeds - enzyme inhibitors and toxic phytochemicals and so on and so forth.

As a result, more and more food groups are being removed from the menu. At some point you only eat organic carrots and rice cakes - and then learn that rice cakes are said to be contaminated with arsenic.

What is left there? In any case, no more joie de vivre. So it is important to keep a cool head.

It is still ideal to eat as varied as possible, to cut out the typically unhealthy and really bad foods (sugar, white flour, highly processed finished products and those that you personally cannot tolerate) and to select the other foods of the highest possible quality, whereby the following applies:

  1. Fresh
  2. Bio
  3. Regional
  4. Seasonal

We wish you a good and healthy appetite!


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