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You Are What You Eat: That’s A True Statement

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Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

It’s never a bad idea to consult with your doctor about the best diet for you

It’s never a bad idea to consult with your doctor
about the best diet for you

You might know what foods are best for you, but you also know what foods taste the best to you. Finding a balance between the two is where you will find success in your quest to eat right.

People say you are what you eat. That doesn’t mean you will actually turn into a piece of cake or a hamburger, but if you eat a diet high in fat and sugar, chances are it will show somewhere. Even if you have a high metabolism and don’t gain much weight, eating a low-nutrient diet that is high in fat, sodium, and other non-healthful items will eventually catch up with your body somehow.

Your bones may become brittle, your blood sugar or cholesterol may skyrocket. Many people believe that all sicknesses can stem from what you put into your body.

Stress eating can be a huge factor for lots of people, so eliminating or reducing stress is a great way to help you stick to your healthy diet. It also helps a great deal to plan ahead, and stock you refrigerator and cabinets with good-for-you snacks.

It also helps to eat regularly throughout the day. Starving yourself is not a healthy way to go either, and it too can often result in binge eating. Positive thinking and keeping your goals in mind can also go a long way to keep your eating in check.

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