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What's On Your Plate?

Vocal health is an important aspect for anyone who uses their voice frequently, such as singers, speakers, and actors. Proper nutrition plays a crucial role in maintaining and improving vocal health. What foods improve vocal health?


Water: Staying hydrated is essential for maintaining vocal health. Drinking plenty of water helps to keep the vocal cords lubricated and reduces the risk of vocal cord injury. Aim to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.


Fruits and Vegetables: Fruits and vegetables are rich in antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals that can help improve overall health, including vocal health. Berries, broccoli, and leafy greens are particularly good choices.


Whole Grains: Whole grains such as brown rice, quinoa, and whole wheat bread are great sources of energy and provide the body with essential nutrients. They also help to reduce inflammation in the body, which can be beneficial for vocal health.


Lean Proteins: Lean proteins such as chicken, fish, and tofu are important for maintaining and repairing tissues in the body, including the vocal cords. They also help to keep the body strong and healthy. Incorporating these foods into your diet can help improve your vocal health.


So how should I prepare my greens, grains, and protein? I am so glad you asked! Steaming and baking are healthier cooking methods compared to frying for several reasons.


It retains more nutrients: Steaming and baking foods help retain more of the natural vitamins and minerals compared to frying, which can cause nutrient loss.


It’s lower in fat: Steaming and baking do not require the addition of oil or butter, which can help reduce the overall fat content of the food. This will also reduce calorie intake: Because steaming and baking do not require the use of added fats, the calorie content of the food is generally lower compared to fried foods.


It’s also better for maintaining texture and flavor: Steaming and baking can help preserve the texture and flavor of foods better than frying, which can cause foods to become greasy and soggy. It's worth noting that when baking, using lean protein and whole grains instead of processed flour, and using healthy fats like olive oil or avocado oil for cooking, can further increase the benefits of this method.


I know you are ready to take the next steps and invest in your vocal health today. Visit our website at www.lovemoremusicllc.com to schedule your FREE consultation. Love More Music is ready to UNLOCK YOUR SOUND!


Happy Singing!


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