Healthy Objective


  • Your weight is mostly up to you. It is not necessary to weigh yourself every day, but it is sufficient to do it approximately once a month, paying attention to any variations.

  • If you are underweight or overweight, consult your doctor to evaluate your clinical conditions, carry out diagnostic tests and get the appropriate suggestions.

  • Strive to maintain your weight within normal limits or gradually bring it back to normal, possibly by being followed by specialists with adequate experience in nutrition.

  • If you are overweight: reduce your energy "income" by eating less and preferring low-calorie foods that are more filling, such as fruit and vegetables; increases and energy “outputs” by carrying out greater physical activity; appropriately distribute nutrition throughout the day starting from breakfast, which must not be neglected.

  • Get used to moving more every day: walk, go up and down stairs, do small housework, etc.

  • Avoid very drastic diets of the "do it yourself" type, almost always unbalanced in terms of nutritional intake (for example, single-food diets and those almost totally based on proteins) or exaggeratedly severe (for example, those based on meal replacements or prolonged fasts or semi-fasts) which if followed for prolonged periods, can be harmful to your health. A good slimming diet must always include all foods in as balanced a way as possible.

Source: CREA – Linee guida per una sana alimentazione – Revisione del 2018