In an earlier post, I posted a diagram of the importance of water and its effects on the body (why water is so important). In addition to taking in the proper amount of water (at least 64 ounces per day), eating vegetables and fruits are also very important. Incorporating them into your diet are essential.
Many diseases develop in the body when it does not release wastes properly, particularly digestive diseases. Green vegetables and fruits are two of the key elements that help the digestive system eliminate potential harmful bacteria from the body. If you struggle with getting these into your diet, checkout >> Tips to increase your fruit and vegetable intake.
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Super Food Recipes
Hot wings, chips and salsa, and seven layer dip are a few items that make the list for popular football Sunday foods. It’s easy to claim Sunday as your ‘cheat’ day, but with many ways of incorporating healthy ingredients, there is no reason why your game day menu can’t be healthy as well. Try adding superfoods to your football party with the following recipes:
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The Next Best Thing To Fruits and Vegetables!
Juice Plus+ is whole food based nutrition, including juice powder concentrates from 30 different fruits, vegetables and grains. It helps bridge the gap between what you should eat and what you do eat.
- Capsules for adults – 30 different fruits, vegetables, grains and berries in convenient capsule form.
- Chewables for adults and children – 20 different fruits, vegetables, and grains; all-natural sweeteners; no high-fructose corn syrup; no artificial flavors or artificial colors; 100% vegetarian; from fruit pectins, not gelatin.
- Nutrition Bars – protein and fiber; low-glycemic, gluten free, non- dairy and 100% vegan.
- Protein Drink Mix – pre-exercise energy drink, post-workout recovery drink, or a late night snack.
Janelle realized during the weeks of exhaustive rehearsals and strenuous competition that “Nutrition is a big part of being able to perform at your peak, to perform with energy.”
In 2011, she earned a degree not only in Dance, but in Nutrition as well. “I knew I wanted a dance career, so I studied dance. And I studied nutrition because I felt that nutrition tied so well with dance. I had the dream to teach dancers and be able to help them with their nutrition, and I’m getting to live that a little bit now.”
She feels compelled to share the good news that thoughtful, wholesome nutrition for dancers, athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and for people of all ages can mean the difference between simply marking time and making the most out of life.
She shares her story below: