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Healthy Nutrition Tips


  1. Have protein at every meal. The majority of women I know simply are not eating enough protein. Choose from a variety of game meats including bison (buffalo), elk, and venison to grass-fed beef, free-range turkey and chicken to the occasional piece of wild salmon. Having protein at breakfast may be difficult to swallow but after you've been asleep for 7-9 hours it is important to give your body energy that will boost your metabolism for the day.

  2. Eat lots of colorful vegetables. Dark, leafy greens and red peppers are my favorite, peppers are loaded with Vitamin C! To switch things up try roasting your vegetables with some coconut oil or avocado oil and some salt and pepper. To add a twist to your salad, add nuts or seeds.
  1. Choose fruit that is packed full of anti-oxidents. Generally speaking, fruit with thinner skin have higher levels of anti-oxidents. These types of fruit have to produce more anti-oxidents to protect themselves from excessive sun exposure than fruit with thick skin. Blueberries, blackberries and raspberries are my top choice!
  1. Avoid eating foods that are processed. This means any food that is pre-prepared. Americans spend over 90% of their food budget on processed foods. Processed foods are loaded with preservatives, chemicals and sodium chloride (salt), all of which have a negative impact on your health.
  1. Get some sun! Most of us are deficient in Vitamin D which has been linked to several chronic diseases and cancer. Unfortunately most of us have been told to avoid the sun which we now know is not the right choice for optimal health. New research indicates that Vitamin D derived from the sun can actually lead to improved health and to the prevention of a number of cancers. The key is moderation Try 5-15 minutes a day depending on your skin tone.

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