Wednesday, January 13

Eat Fresh Food

When it comes to food, concentrate on eating "real" food-whole, fresh foods that people have been enjoying for millenniums rather than modern processed foods. Commercially prepacked foods and fast food from chain restaurants usually contain high levels of sugar, salt, and fat, which are associated with heart disease, stroke, cancer, and other serious illnesses. When cooking, try steaming, baking, and broiling instead of frying. Try using more herbs and spices to cut down on salt. Make sure meats are properly cooked, and never eat spoiled food.


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