Diet – (n) The food you eat

After fasting from my blog, I return with a link to a study that shows the importance of what you eat- which is the core of my eating “beliefs”.

We all are on a diet. A diet is what you eat on a consistent basis, not a temporary change in what you eat in order to lose weight.

While you can count calories to lose weight, drinking a 140 calories can of soda doesn’t even compare nutritionally to the 140 calories in 1 1/2 cups of grapes.  Soda: no nutritional value vs. Grapes: high in Vitamin C, K, and manganese. If you aren’t eating the right foods, then you aren’t feeding your body what it needs to maintain energy, stay disease-free, and maintain proper organ function. So check out the study conducted by Preventive Medicine Research Institute and read how 35 years of study show the significance of eating the foods that fuel your body rather than those that drain your body.

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