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March “Live Your Best” Newsletter

March “Live Your Best” Newsletter

 

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Here’s a sneak peak at my March “Live Your Best” Newsletter below:

 

Dietary fat: is it good or bad?

Both. You see, not all fats are created equal.

The Skinny on Fats Heavily processed, hydrogenated “trans” fats used in prepared, packaged foods can be extremely damaging to the body. They can compromise the cardiovascular system, immune system, and contribute to behavior problems. They can also lead to weight gain, skin breakouts, high blood pressure, and liver strain.

That said, our bodies need fat for insulation, vitamin and mineral absorption, and to protect our organs. High-quality fats can steady our metabolism, keep hormone levels even, nourish our skin, hair, and nails, and provide lubrication to keep the body functioning fluidly.

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Where I will reveal:

1. Where to find Healthy Fats?

2. How to use Healthy Fats?

3. My Favorite “Avocado Dip” Recipe

How often are you dining out?

 

Why not be creative in the kitchen and bring in the whole family to help out? It’s a great way to spend time together with our crazy schedules.

 

Plus remember all the nutrients your body is devouring when you eat at home. You will have more energy and feel ready to take on the world.

 

Thanks to Pinterest..homeandgardenamerica.com.. I found these handy cooking charts that will help you get started tonight! How to Cook Vegetables the Healthy Way: A-Z #organic #healthyeating #foodie

 

Why are nutrients important?

You will find a breakdown below, as to each category and why our body needs each to maintain optimal levels. The FDA identifies what we need more of, less of and what you should monitor to keep your health in check.

 

 

Dietary fiber, calcium, and iron are considered “nutrients of public health concern” because low intakes are associated with potential health risks.

 

Key Nutrients and Your Health

Nutrition Label- New & Old… What’s different?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has finalized a new Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods that will make it easier for you to make informed food choices that
support a healthy diet. The updated label has a fresh new design and reflects current scientific information, including the link between diet and chronic diseases.
You will find the new key FDA changes by clicking on the following link:

 

Nutrition Label- New & Old… What’s different?

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