which one we should to choose, delicious food or nutrition food?

May 20, 2007 5:12pm CST
A lot of food in around of us that we consumpt each day. from that food including every kind of food. there is nutrition food, there is instant food, there unhealthy food, etc. which one we should to consumpt and what the reason?. may be from your experience we can get better information.
6 responses
@h_gaurd9 (988)
• United States
21 May 07
Well, from my experience from eating all kinds of food, I have to say that eating whole foods is the best way to go. Here are my reasons why. Whole foods are nutritious and fill you up. Any food that comes straight from it's source does the body good in my opinion. Of course, you're not going to eat raw meat or uncooked rice. Whole foods usually give the body the right nutrients and you won't always be hungry. Instant food is fine once in a while, but I wouldn't recommend it all the time. Instant food, like frozen food, digests in the stomach real fast, giving you little nutrients and a result, leaves you hungry after another hour or so. Not good enough for me. When it comes to junk food, it's neither good or bad. If you eat junk food once in a while then that's find. Frozen food isn't my favorite. I got sick of it after eating it all the time. The taste of frozen food isn't as good as whole foods. It's artificial food meaning so that means it will leave you hungry after eating it for a few hours. This is why I will stick to whole foods!
21 May 07
i dont like eating some food so i just dont eat it i try to eat food i like but which has good nutrition as i live an active lifestyle so i need lots of vitamins and minerals in my diet. also im a vegan so im always on the lookout for new recipes and ideas of what to eat but going out to eat is still ok a lot of restaurants and fast food places have healthy and veg alternatives so i like to try new foods.
@ryanphil01 (4186)
• Philippines
20 May 07
since i am a healthy conscious person, i always go for nutritious food regardless they are with or without taste, cooked deliciously or not. i admit that there are vegetables which are nutritious but not delicious to eat. green leafy ones like pechay, patola, brocolli, horse radish leaves, and many more are unsavory when eaten but they give minerals and vitamins. i also prefer veggie salads, wheat bread, oatmeal and cereals which i believe are tasteless but high in fibers content which help reduce risks of heart attacks.
@zacsmum (72)
• Australia
20 May 07
I don't believe there are any foods that are bad for us as long as we consume them in moderation. Our first priority should be to feed our bodies the nutrients they need and the best way to do that is to eat wholegrains, fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy foods and meat. These are the foods that we should always have readily available in our homes. If the majority of what you eat comes from the above food groups then a little treat food won't do any harm. But honestly, it's so easy these days with all the information that's readily available to make healthy foods taste delicious. One of my favourite foods is a nice chicken and vegetable stir fry...a very wholesome and delicious meal in my opinion!
@brimia (6584)
• United States
20 May 07
I think it can definitely be both. I make delicious and nutritious food all the time. I don't buy instant/processed or junk foods.
@PsychoDude (2018)
• Netherlands
20 May 07
Unhealthy food.... There are two options concerning that: There is no unhealthy food it is simply the quantity which determines the toxicity to the body All food is unhealthy and it is simply the quantity which determines the toxicity to the body We are capable of eating everything, but the problem is we simply tend to OVEREAT, that is the major problem. In the past overeating was possible for a lot less people but food these days has become so present in our society you can barely go around it anymore whilst our bodies still tend to be set to eating as much as possible to get through winter when food is scarce. There lies a problem though, we do have food in winter these days, more than enough from it. We even tend to eat more in winter than otherwise since we're in home a lot.