Eating right gives your body the proper fuel and materials it needs to build and sustain itself. Thinking of food as fuel and not recreation is a good beginning, but breaking bad habits and developing good ones is important, too.
Many of the fast foods and packaged food preparations available on the market have little nutritional value and are filled with artificial ingredients and a dastardly mixture of sugars, fats and sodium that make them poor but tasty choices. The best way to develop good food habits is to start exploring food labels to understand the ingredients in the foods you eat. Armed with the right information, you can begin to make better nutritional choices. Eating right can be a challenge, but your body is worth it.