Don’t Miss Out On This Important “In Person” Presentation!
It is widely acknowledged that nutrition plays a crucial role in determining one’s overall health and wellbeing. In fact, it can be argued that nutrition is the root of all health conditions. Poor nutrition can lead to a range of health problems such as obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even some forms of cancer. Even foot conditions such as neuroma, ulcers, and fungus are often the result of poor health due to insufficient nutrition.
On the other hand, a balanced and healthy diet, rich in essential nutrients, can help prevent or manage a variety of health issues. The problem is, most people don’t know how or find it difficult to eat balanced nutrient-rich meals daily. Convenience, availability, and temptation all contribute to the disastrous health outcomes present throughout society.
Healthy Eating Is Easier Than You Might Think
One of the reasons people often fail at eating healthy is that they try to drastically change their entire diet and lifestyle at once, choosing foods they don’t normally eat and denying themselves the foods that everyone around them eats. In order for a diet to work, it needs to fit within your existing lifestyle, and it needs to be something that you enjoy. For many of us, it’s not about what you eat (because you probably enjoy a wide-variety of foods) but knowing how much and how often you should eat, and how to balance those foods you love. It’s only overwhelming if you don’t have the proper tools to help you manage the task of choosing the right meals for you. With a little guidance, you might find healthy eating not only easy, but super satisfying!
Let’s Learn How To Heal Your Body, Lose Weight, And Feel Great Through Balanced Nutrition – TOGETHER!
In this presentation, nutrition expert Carolyn Fetters will cover what it means to finally understand why getting your nutrition right, for your specific body, will be a total game changer. Let’s cut through all of the noise and confusion surrounding food that we hear on a daily basis regarding what we eat and how we exercise, and discover what it truly means to “be healthy.