“Health is a journey, not a destination” , Deepak Chopra

Did you know that… in the United States over 10,000 food and chemicals additives are permitted into the food supply. The average American eats about 14 pounds of additives a year. In addition to coloring’s, preservatives, flavorings, emulsifiers, humectants, and anti-microbials, Americans consume on average 120 pounds of sugar and 8 pounds of salt.

Don’t dig your grave with your knife and fork

Donuts, ice cream, hamburgers, hotdogs, fettuccini Alfredo, French fries, etc. It’s a sad but true fact of life that the foods we love don’t necessarily love us.

Obesity, high cholesterol, cancer, digestive disorders are among the long list of conditions that plague those who don’t watch what and how much they eat.

Your diet is crucial to good health. You are probably thinking.I know! I know! I hear it all the time! By ignoring the experts and eating an unhealthy diet you put yourself at risk for a life time of problems that can be easily avoided.

One soda a day can add 10 pounds a year and increases obesity by more than 60%. It can also increase your risk of diabetes by 85% or more. It has no nutritional value and the sweeteners that they use come with a list of their own problems.

Fast food, over processed foods, foods with refined sugars and additives are the main culprit of the obesity epidemic that’s plaguing our society. So many are looking for that quick fix, the easy, good tasting way to satisfy their hunger.

Cooking healthy uncomplicated meals dosn’t have to be time consuming. The simplest meals are the best.

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