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Are You Eating Your Way to Health or Into an Early Grave?

Which one?

In the U.S., nearly 16 million people have diabetes. More than 50 million adults have arthritis diagnosed by doctors. Over 600,000 people die every year from heart disease. Dementia and Alzheimer's are on the rise, and digestive disorders are common.

According to the National Institutes of Health: "More than 35% of U.S. adults are obese, and more than 34% are overweight."

Do I get your attention right now?

Yes, sir.

Diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, dementia, and indigestion disorders in the U.S. suffering in silence and fear. They don't know where to turn or what to do.

The problem

Food.

People are heading to the cemetery early with food containing supplements, preservatives, chemicals, sweeteners, and fats.

The solution

Food.

As a positive thinker, Norman Vincent Peale clearly states: "Every problem has its own solution." So if food is a problem, that is also the solution.

The good news is that you know how certain foods react in your body (which is beneficial and causes conflict); you can continue eating your way back to health. No matter what your current health or energy level, it is never too late to change it.

That's what I did. In my 20s, 30s, and 40s I struggled with my health. It had deteriorated over the 20 years I knew I was eating my way to the grave early. I had to change my health. I do that by eating my way.

Now in my mid-50s, I'm in the best health of my life!

If I can do it: You can do it.

Eat Your Way

There are three essential nutrients and essential vitamins to achieve optimal health: Protein, B vitamins, and vegetables. Here's why:

1. Protein.

Studies show that eating a high protein diet has certain health benefits. Not only does it help you maintain and lose weight, but it also works to stabilize your blood sugar levels, improve cognition, reduce 'brain fog'; increase your energy levels, and support your muscles and bones. Organ, tissue, muscle, and hormones are all made of protein.

There are so many proteins to choose from!

Here are some great sources of protein: Oats, cereals, quinoa, nuts, dairy, tofu, eggs, fish, nuts, and meat. You can also get your protein by drinking protein powder smoothies.

The key to protein is to eat it every 2-3 hours.

2. B Vitamins.

Everyone needs vitamin B. However, most people are deprived of this important nutrient. This not only slows down your metabolism, making it difficult to lose weight, but also causes energy loss. Vitamin B helps your body build energy from the food you eat. They also form red blood cells.

There are eight B vitamins:

a. B1 (thiamine)

b. B2 (riboflavin)

c. B3 (niacin)

d. B5 (pantothenic acid)

e. B6 (pyridoxine)

f. B7 (biotin)

g. B9 (folate)

h. B12 (cobalamin)

These foods are high in vitamin B: brown rice, 100% wheat bread and pasta, non-GMO organic soybeans and Shiyan soy products, bananas, potatoes, and mushrooms.

3. Greens.

The importance of eating vegetables cannot be ignored. Imagine a very powerful diet that can help you lose weight, reduce your risk of cancer, make you look younger, strengthen your bones, and help you live longer. Pretty good, huh!

Super women's status is achieved with vegetables as most vegetables contain a mixture of vitamins A, C, K, B9, iron, and potassium. Plus, most have protein and B vitamins in it.

Here are some delicious ways to get your vegetables:

a. Eat a salad every day.

b. Add broccoli, zucchini, and steamed cabbage to any dish.

c. Have artichokes for dinner.

d. Eat raw raw and green pepper as a snack.

e. Mix kale and spinach into a green powder smoothie.

When you start eating your way to health, deciding on what to eat is very exciting. That is why it is useful to work with a nutritionist or health consultant to develop a custom meal plan tailored to you.

With so many people in the U.S. suffering from diabetes, having digestive disorders, having weight problems, and going to the grave early in heart disease, don't you owe it to yourself to stop this from happening? I did. And I know you can do that too by eating your health. Start eating your way to health: The quality of your life depends on it.



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