A good diet means that you get a balance of all the essential vitamins and minerals. A balanced diet gives you a good amount of all the vital vitamins, minerals, and trace elements that your body needs to function well.
A balanced diet will also help you enjoy optimal health. Balanced nutrition is essential for everyone—you should always know the best foods to consume to maintain your mental acuity and physical fitness.
Getting enough calories is vital because an energy deficiency can cause fatigue and low energy levels. You need adequate carbohydrates, fat, protein, fiber, electrolytes like sodium and potassium, vitamins, and non-vitamin nutrients like fatty acids and omega-3 fatty acids.
Getting ample amounts of these healthy substances at each meal throughout the day leads to better overall health for everyone because it prevents disease in its various forms; if there’s an imbalance in your body’s metabolism then illness may result from it. Your body has evolved over millions of years to cope with scarce resources on Earth; this is why so many different diets are possible. The point is to know what foods are good for you and then eat them in the appropriate volume and at the right time.
Balance is also essential in emotional health. You want to be secure and comfortable with yourself emotionally, which helps ensure that you can think clearly and make good decisions such as exercising appropriately. Our emotional health depends upon how well we care for ourselves: eating well nourishes our bodies to achieve a state of physical comfort and mental contentment; exercise builds body strength and stamina; the right amount of sleep creates a sense of balance between physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health.
Creating an environment where normal healthy eating may help other people make better food choices. Your daughter’s friends may be more likely to eat a balanced diet if they see you eating healthy foods yourself, but that’s not going to work if most of their diets consist of junk food because it will never affect them in the long term. If this sounds like you, then I suggest creating the habit of making healthy food choices by purchasing individual packages or boxes with whole grains, fruit, nuts, seeds, or vegetable at home so that your daughter’s friends do not have to go out searching for food and can focus on the social aspect of eating.