"What should I eat?" How to choose the best food

This easy-to-use visual guide shows you how to make healthier eating choices and define the best foods for your body, goals, and tastes. In fact, the simple three-step process helps you create a customized healthy eating menu in just minutes. And the best part: Nothing is out of bounds.


"What foods should I eat?"

It's a question we often hear. Sometimes in despair.

Not because of the easy choices – spinach, duh! – but because of the not so obviously confusing.

The foods that have been demonstrated are celebrated. Or celebrated then demonized. Or that come in so many forms, it is impossible to know the best choice.

Again and again, they ask us:

  • Are the potatoes good or bad?
  • What about eggs?
  • Can I eat pasta?
  • Is it OK?
  • Should I live without bacon? (We told you about despair.)

To add to the confusion, it's not always obvious how to sort a food. Is it mainly protein? A carbohydrate? A fat? Many people know to eat a mixture of these macronutrients, but they are not sure what this looks like in "real food". The result: more questions.

That's why we created this easy-to-use, visual food guide. It is designed to help you make healthier choices, regardless of your nutritional knowledge.

But do not expect a list of "approved" and "off-limits" foods. Instead, we want to think of food in a range of "eat more" to "eat some" to "eat less".

This approach promotes one of the most critical philosophies that runs through our diet: progress, not perfection.

Use our sets to make choices that are "a little better", whether you eat at home, eat out with friends, or have banquets for banquets on a business trip.

In addition, learn how to:

  • Incorporate a mixture of proteins, vegetables, carbohydrates and fats.
  • Strategically improve your food choices based on where you are right now– feel, move and look better.
  • Customize your intake for your individual lifestyle and (of course) delicious.

As a bonus, we have still given you room to create your own staff. In this way, you can create a wonderful menu of healthy foods that you are right about youwithout questions.

Download this newsletter for your tablet or printer and use the step-by-step procedure to decide which foods are right for you (or for your customers).

Download the tablet or printer version of this infographic to discover your own "eat more", "eat a few" and "eat less" foods (or if you are a bus to help your customers).



This continuity of food is widely applicable to consumption patterns around the world, providing a framework for personalizing food choices to suit individual needs, preferences and goals.

Each person's list of foods will depend on:

  • way of consumption (eg keto, plant, Mediterranean, etc.)
  • activity level and type (e.g., three-year professional, weekend warrior, office, etc.)
  • objectives (eg improvement in relation to food, muscle growth, fat loss, promotion of health),
  • and more.

These useful lists often evolve over time as we all grow up and change.

Process, process

Nutrition Nutrition experts have worked together to categorize food along the continent, allowing multiple perspectives, discussion and decision making.

We considered:

  • Health / nutrition data
  • Recommended daily intake
  • The reward and tasty value
  • Density of nutrients (macronutrients, micronutrients, phytonutrients, animal ingredients)
  • Processing level

The goal here was not a "flawless, unexpected" list, but a practical and effective tool to help people move towards health goals.

Exceptions are everywhere

A food that eats less for a person may be "eat more" for another. Some examples:

  • For a plant-based diet that struggles to get enough protein to meet their needs, protein powder can go from "eat some" to "eat more".
  • For someone who already consumes 2-3 servings of fatty fish a week, fish / algae oil can be moved to "eating less". Rather, someone who consumes rare fatty fish can benefit from classifying fishmeal / algae as "eat more".
  • Sugar drinks are usually categorized as "eat less". But endurance athletes may think it's something "eat a little" during training, and maybe even "eat more" during the competition. Similarly, for people struggling to gain lean mass, it may be beneficial to place a sugary protein + carbohydrate drink in the "eat some" category for consumption during exercise.
  • For someone who appreciates environmental sustainability above all, your personal spectrum will again appear different (such as the placement of meat, water-fed fruits such as almonds and other food-consuming foods in the "eat a few" or "eat less").

Ultimately, the context matters. Continuous is intended to be widely applicable to most people. And yet it can never be completely accurate to any individual. That's why we've provided you with the tools and instructions to build your own spectra and lists.

Click here to read about creating the continual food.

If you are a coach or want to be …

Learning how to train customers, patients, friends or family members through healthy eating and lifestyle changes – such as helping to better choose foods that fit their personal preferences – is also art and science.

If you want to know more about both, look at Precision Nutrition Accuracy Certification 1. The next group will start soon.

What is it?

Level 1 Accuracy Certification is the most respected educational nutrition program in the world. It gives you the knowledge, the systems and the tools you need Really Understand how food affects the health and ability of the person. In addition, the ability to turn this knowledge into a thriving coaching practice.

Developed for 15 years and proven with more than 100,000 clients and patients, Level 1 curriculum is only the beginning science of nutrition and coaching art.

Whether you are already in the middle of your career or just starting out, level 1 certification is the springboard for you deeper understanding of nutrition, The the power to train, and the ability to convert what you know into the results.

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Interested? Add your name to the template list. You save up to 33% and secure your spot 24 hours before everyone else.

We will open positions in the next Precision Level 1 Nutrition Classification Certification on Wednesday 3 April 2019.

If you want to know more, we've created the following list, which gives you two advantages.

  • Pay less than everyone else. We like to reward people who are willing to strengthen their credentials and are ready to commit to getting the training they need. So we offer a discount of up to 33% of the general price when you are on the pre-sale list.
  • Register 24 hours before the general public and increase your chances of getting a seat. We only open the certification program twice a year. Due to the high demand, the points in the program are limited and have historically been sold in a few hours. However, when you sign up for the pre-sale list, we will give you the opportunity to register 24 hours before anyone else.

If you are ready for one deeper understanding of nutrition, The the power to train, and the ability to convert what you know into the results… this is your chance to see what the world's leading coaching system can do for you.