Jackie's Health Tip of the Week 4/2/17

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3 Powerful Nutrition Principles:


1. Food From Nature vs. Food by Man

-Eat “real” food and not factory made processed food
-Eat food that comes from the Earth (organic fruit, vegetables, grass-fed meat, etc.) and NOT food that man has created (Doritos, candy, boxed food, etc.)
-Over 3,000 chemicals have been approved by the FDA and are found in our food supply
-Read labels- if you cannot read the ingredient, DON’T EAT IT!
 
2. Decrease Sugar

-Leads to inflammation, disease, feeds cancer cells, and increases acidity in the body.
-Comes in hidden forms: soups, salsa, boxed foods, lunch meats, pizza, sauces, crackers, fruit drinks, canned foods, yogurt, ketchup, mayonnaise, etc.  
-Limit rice, pasta, bread, whole grains- they turn into sugar in the body.  
-Increase fruits, vegetables, grass fed and free range meats, healthy fats.

3. Increase Healthy Fats

-Your body needs fats to function: hormone production, cancer prevention, brain development, weight loss, cellular healing, and anti-inflammation.  

-Change bad fats to good fats

*Replace margarine with real organic butter
*Replace vegetable/canola oil and hydrogenated oil (trans-fat) with coconut oil and extra virgin olive oil          
*Other Healthy Fats: fatty fish, raw nuts and seeds, avocado, chia, flax, hemp seeds, natural nut butters (with no added oils), olives


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Copyright, 2017, Jackie Mart. For further information about this blog, or Optimum Wellness LLC, contact Jackie Mart at 712.790.5883 or Jackie@OptimumWellnessMN.com. As a holistic nutritionist and lifestyle coach, I will support you in taking steps to a healthier and happier you. My goal is to help you create an art of balance in your life. You will also learn how important balance between primary foods (relationships, physical activity, sleep, career and spirituality) and secondary foods (organic food and whole food) is.












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