You know, when I began writing these posts I had no clue where I was going to go with this. I had no idea what material I would focus on. I only had one intention.
My intent for these posts, like many others, is to optimize your intelligence on nutritional information that can help you choose a healthy, nutritionally adequate diet – better yet lifestyle.
I’m fully aware, the majority, will not take heed of my posts or comments; however, that’s perfectly okay.
The bigger picture is this, according to Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 in recent years nearly 15 percent of American households have been unable to acquire adequate food to meet their needs.
Likewise, many other Americans consume less than favorable consumption of certain nutrients, despite, having adequate resources for a healthy diet.
One Of A Kind
Most people trying to live a healthier lifestyle, possess the tools needed, however, they just don’t know WHERE to begin. They stay in a status of “paralysis” and usually don’t take ANY action at all.
Nevertheless, the recommendations should be met easily through REAL, delicious and wholesome foods in order to boost metabolism, feel energized, and lose tons of fat at the same time.
Dietary Guidelines recommendations:
• maintain calorie balance over time to achieve and sustain a healthy weight.
• Focus on consuming nutrient-dense foods and beverages.
Despite this fact, many of you are faced with the endless list of hopeless diets.
Diets, assume that anyone can follow their restrictions, which is far from the truth.
You are unique.
Your body is unique.
You are one of a kind!
You want to lose weight? You want a healthier lifestyle? You want more energy? Take it from me there’s something you can do about it.
You don’t have to live your entire life feeling lethargic, mentally fogged, and confused.
From personal experience, it feels GREAT to invest in my own health and well being.
Now it’s YOUR turn.
It’ll literally be the single best thing you will ever do – for YOU!
Posted on January 20, 2012, in Nutrition and tagged awareness, food, guidelines, healthy eating, prevention, reliv, wellness. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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