Eat Real Food for Your Health
If the low carb, no carb, high protein, low fat, and engineered nutrition crazes have successfully left you dizzy with confusion yet sluggish and still barely squeezing into your jeans, it is time to get back to basics with your nutrition. So where do you start?
Proper and efficient digestion is of primary importance to any health regimen. Probiotics are your magic little helper when it comes to repairing damage that artificial additives and chemical laden foods cause to your digestive system. The positive benefits of proper probiotic supplementation are so clear that pharmaceutical companies are jumping on the bandwagon with “prescription strength” options. However, no doctor is needed for great results. Visit your local health food store for a refrigerated powder version of this miracle supplement!
The next step is to replace manufactured food with real food. Seriously evaluate what you put in your mouth and make a vow that if you can’t pronounce the ingredients, don’t understand how it was made, or it can last longer than your favorite pet will likely live, you will not eat it. Period. End of story. Somehow, engineered nutrition (sneakily disguised as “food”) has taken the spotlight and pushed real health foods like fruits and vegetables into its ominous shadow.
The question is how do you integrate real foods, most importantly fruits and veggies, back into your daily routine? Start your morning with a veggie omelet, or a simple pineapple and yogurt smoothie with a handful of kale or spinach. For a snack, try sliced red peppers and hummus or an apple with natural almond butter. Lunch can be a big colorful salad with beans and sunflower seeds for an added protein punch. Dinner should be a generous portion of vegetables and a little something else on the side.
For better health, boundless energy and an easier time getting into your jeans, gift yourself this perfect combo of good digestion, ditching fake food and upping your intake of fruits and vegetables. Your body will thank you.
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