Trying to eat better foods for your health?
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As a member of the “Over 50” club, you may be looking for foods that can help to lower your risk for heart disease, cancer, or any number of other chronic disorders.
As adults that are in our 50’s ourselves, we know how important it is to stay healthy and fit. We also know how difficult it can be to make the right choices in the foods we buy and eat.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have all of the answers as to which foods are good and which ones aren’t?
Unfortunately most grocery stores don’t have educational kiosks that tell us what foods are good for us and what foods are packed full of processed ingredients and chemicals designed to extend shelf life until the next century.
There are however some simple guidelines that can help you make better choices for your specific dietary goals and needs!
This information has helped us make better choices in the foods we buy for ourselves and our family and it can help you to do the same.
Whether buying pasta, breads, meats, or fruits and vegetables, the information in this guide can help you buy the foods that will help provide the nutrition for a healthier you and a healthier family.
This FREE guide will give you some easy to follow information that will help you make better choices for a healthy diet.
The easy to understand information in this FREE guide will help you to:
Deal with the oversize portions that are prevalent in many restaurants today
Choose foods that are more nutritious
Choose “good” rather than “empty” carbohydrates
Understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy fats
Learn what fats to avoid altogether
What ingredients to cut back on and
What ingredients to add more of