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Nutritionally Fit!
Topic Started: Apr 26 2007, 09:06 AM (159 Views)
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Nutritionally Fit!

Now that your dieting it becomes a juggling act to keep up with the essential vitamins and minerals you need for health. A balanced diet is the first step toward maintaining good health and promoting weight loss that can be maintained. Following the food pyramid is a reliable way to ensure healthy eating. Food groups such as milk, meat, fruits, vegetables and grains, help supply more than 40 nutrients your body needs. You must educate yourself on how to increase nutrition and decrease consumption of less nutritious foods. Read nutrition labels on items at the store before you purchase a product. You will not be in for a surprise as you track your day, and you will not be out of money for a product that fails to deliver. Be sure to supplement your nutrient needs with exercise and proper rest.

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