Nutrition and Health

Nutrient Rich Holidays – tips and pointers

Happy Thanksgiving! Tomorrow kicks off the Nutrient Rich Holidays and for most of us and this means lots of food! Do you find it difficult to eat healthy during the holidays? If so, you are not alone. Most people find it hard to resist the pies and the candies amidst all the homemade foods that …

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How to Make Sure Your Body is Getting What it Needs

Are you always on the run? Do you often skip breakfast and turn to fast food for lunch? If so, your body probably isn’t getting the nutrients it needs. “What a great article,” I thought, “this sounds just like most of my clients. They struggle with fitting in breakfast and making that 5 AM bus …

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How to Buck the Obesity Trend: Tips for Raising Fit Kids

By Lisa B. Samalonis Given the rising rates of obesity among American children, keeping kids healthy and fit is a priority for many parents. Follow these suggestions for turning good intentions into good practices. Many ideas seem great in theory, but the challenge is turning good ideas into good practices—and good practices need to begin …

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Intuitive eating, only works when you eat Nutrient Rich

The Nutrient Rich Revolution, Eat Better, Not Less is based on the idea that we are eating foods that serving our needs. Losing Weight the Nutrient Rich Way is no different; you want to eat foods that are serving your needs. But there is a prevailing thought out there that we must not eat for …

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Consumer Health Trend, a Danger to McDonalds

Check this out, This is from FoodIndustry.com – http://www.cee-foodindustry.com/news/ng.asp?id=57827  "Consumer health trends are the danger to everyone involved in the fast food industry today. It remains to be seen what effect this may have on the Burger Kings and McDonald’s’ in the long-term, especially with negative publicity such as the US film ‘Super-Size Me’." Always …

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Atkins is dead. Bring on the bread!(Weight loss)

"It provoked hardly a flicker on the American culinary EKG when Atkins–the lifestyle juggernaut that inspired such nonsense as a bunless fast food bacon cheeseburger wrapped in lettuce–breathed its last after the company named for its founder declared bankruptcy earlier this year. Atkins, like so many other American dietary phenomena, turned out to be nothing …

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Beware of watered down Nutrient Rich Messages…

…becuase what Nutrient Rich means, is not yet understood by the market. This is why nutrientrich.com exists; to explain what it means and why it’s the new trend for successful eating, better health and weight loss.   The value proposition of Nutrient Rich is so strong that every food producer for every class and category of food, …

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You do not have to “control carbs” eating Nutrient Rich foods.

The reason why is simple, carbohdrates are fuel. Everyone is carbohydrate sensitive if you are taking in more fuel than you use. Carbohyrate holds water, for activity! If weight loss is your goal, then controlling carbohydrates is a great way to go, but then understand activity is not naturally promoted when you eat a low carb …

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Adding Nutritional Labels on McDonalds Food?

Ok idea, but will it change behavior? Of course not, that’s like putting a label on cocaine that says addicting as hell. But if you are eating it, you won’t even want to eat or carry on with your life, because all you will care about is getting your next hit of this substance. And when …

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It’s no wonder the WHO sees a “global Epidemic of Chronic Disease!

I’m a little confused as to why the WHO refers to the concentrations of chronic disease in "developing nations", because last time I checked the UK, the US and Finland weren’t doing so good on the obesity and chronic disease front… check out www.nutrientrich.com/obesitytrends. Here’s what they said… "Developing countries can tackle a "global epidemic" …

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