ROZANA DIET Nutrition Guide

Nutrition Guide

Certainly! A basic nutrition guide can help you make informed choices about your diet to support overall health and well-being. Keep in mind that individual nutritional needs may vary based on factors such as age, gender, activity level, and specific health conditions. Here’s a general overview:

  1. Balanced Diet:
    • Aim for a balanced mix of macronutrients: carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
    • Include a variety of foods from different food groups to ensure a wide range of nutrients.
  2. Carbohydrates:
    • Choose complex carbohydrates like whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes over simple sugars.
    • Limit refined and processed carbohydrates like white bread, sugary cereals, and sweets.
  3. Proteins:
    • Include lean protein sources such as poultry, fish, beans, lentils, tofu, nuts, and seeds.
    • Vary protein sources to ensure a complete amino acid profile.
  4. Fats:
    • Prioritize healthy fats from sources like avocados, nuts, seeds, olive oil, and fatty fish.
    • Limit saturated and trans fats found in fried foods, processed snacks, and fatty cuts of meat.
  5. Vitamins and Minerals:
    • Eat a colorful array of fruits and vegetables to ensure a variety of vitamins and minerals.
    • Consider supplements if you have specific deficiencies, but whole foods should be the primary source.
  6. Hydration:
    • Drink plenty of water throughout the day. Aim for at least 8 glasses (about 2 liters) but adjust based on your activity level and climate.
  7. Portion Control:
    • Be mindful of portion sizes to avoid overeating. Use smaller plates and listen to your body’s hunger and fullness cues.
  8. Limit Processed Foods:
    • Reduce intake of processed and packaged foods high in added sugars, salt, and unhealthy fats.
  9. Meal Timing:
    • Spread your meals throughout the day to maintain steady energy levels.
    • Consider smaller, balanced snacks between meals if needed.
  10. Dietary Fiber:
    • Include high-fiber foods like whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes to support digestion and overall health.
  11. Moderation and Variety:
    • Enjoy a wide variety of foods to ensure a broad spectrum of nutrients.
    • Practice moderation, even with healthy foods, to maintain a balanced diet.

Remember, it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional or a registered dietitian for personalized advice based on your specific needs and health goals.


With the PIE of Diet Five, consumers are encouraged to improve their own diet by making healthy dietary choices. The Wheel of Five also takes sustainability into account, by promoting a more plant-based dietary pattern. The PIE of Diet Five is a circular information model that represents the optimal servings of food groups to be eaten every day.

What are nutritional guidelines?

In brief, nutritional guidelines are a practical tool to promote healthy behavior. Here are some common features:

  • Developed by governmental institutions.
  • Based on scientific evidence.
  • Country-specific, which means they cannot be one-on-one applied to the situation of another population.
  • Aim to prevent chronic lifestyle diseases (such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease).
  • Serve as the basis for nutrition education for the public.
  • Provide dietary advice for the general population and to people of all age groups and life stages.

Since the guidelines are used as a tool to promote healthy behavior for the general population, they are not always adequate on an individual level. Although dietary advice may also benefit certain groups of patients, they are not disease-specific. Some patients’ groups need specific dietary recommendations, which are not always addressed in the nutritional guidelines.