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Posted on 10-21-2015
Small (and sometimes not so small) changes to your diet can pay off in a big way.
There are many types of diets available, there are those for loosing weight, for athletes, some promote large amounts of protein, some fruits and veggies. Whether you are on a “diet” or not, it is important to read the label of the foods you are consuming. It is best to look for foods that are the least processed and closest to their original state. In other words less of “refined” “reduced” “modified” “added” and altered in any way, and more natural, whole, and unmodified. And just because the label states something, don’t believe it! READ the nutritional label. Manufacturers are marketers and know how to advertise. Some things to look for on the label are:
It can be time consuming to read labels. However, once you take the time to educate yourself on healthier brands and items, food choices will be easier and you will reap the benefits of a healthier you.
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