|Food is the most powerful medicine in our arsenal to prevent disease and promote health. Did you know certain foods resemble our body parts. Furthermore, that food’s nutrient makeup can provide a benefit to the part they resemble! Here is a review of 8 foods: carrots, walnuts, tomatoes, ginger, kidney beans, avocados, onions and wine. Watch Here|
80% of New Years resolutions are abandoned by February! Don’t let overwhelming and complicated resolutions derail you from being healthy this year. Here are 5 simple dietary changes that you can easily implement to make 2019 your healthiest year yet!
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At least half of all Americans take at least one prescription drug, with one in six Americans taking three or more medications chronically, according data released by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). (i) Additionally, the average American is reliant on six different medications by the time they are 65 years old. (i) While such medications are often modern day miracles that lessen symptoms, ease pain, and most importantly save lives, they are not without side effects that may have a profound effect on our nutrition status.
How do you know whether or not what you are eating is healthy for you? Food packaging can be quite confusing and misleading. Manufacturers of food use the words “natural” and “healthy” to coax you into buying their product. Unfortunately these words or the pictures on the packages of food are marketing ploys to get you to buy their product but their claims are often not validated or even true.
I am a mompreneur! Last year was about taking a career risk for me. While I have happily worked my entire adult life in the field of healthcare, life events led me to want more in my professional career so I jumped headfirst after a dream and started my own nutrition consulting business, Nutrition CPR, LLC. Read more about my journey in a guest blog I wrote for Back’nGrooveMom.
The human body is very similar to a car. Without gas cars will not work and without food the human body will not work. Using low octane gas in a luxury vehicle will likely cause mechanical issues over time, just as eating an incorrect balance of macronutrients (carbs, proteins and fats) will cause metabolic issues. Macronutrient imbalances lead to micronutrient imbalances when real food is substituted for processed foods. Think of yourself as a luxury vehicle, you deserve the best fuel for your body!