Good Nutrition Tips
1. Lower your overall fat intake.
2. Lower your overall sugar intake.
Remember that fruits and fruit juices
contain natural sugar. It's best to eat
fruits whole to benefit from fiber,
bioflavonoids, and other nutritional
3. Lower your sodium (salt) intake.
Consider spice blends. When you do use
salt, consider sea salt that contains a
variety of minerals, such as Redmond
4. Use whole grains. Try a variety,
including spelt, millet, quinoa, and
5. Drink plenty of water. Stay hydrated.
6. Minimize caffeine intake. Note that
decaffeinated products may contain more
caffeine than those that are caffeinated.
Opt for caffeine-free products when
7. Minimize alcohol intake. There is
plenty of resveratrol in fresh red grapes
without the effects of alcohol in wine.
Boiled peanuts have a lot too.
8. Consider eating the organic versions of
foods that are known to be highly treated
with chemicals (e.g., lettuce, berries,
9. Focus on good fats (for example: extra
virgin, first cold pressed olive oil vs.
10. Add more fruits and vegetables to your
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