Have you ever wondered what your body is made of? Learn about the essential elements and minerals that keep your body functioning.
Food provides the energy and nutrients you need to be healthy. Nutrients include proteins, carbs, fats, vitamins, and minerals. Nutrition is literally the act of being nourished. And nourishing your body is what keeps you alive, keeps your organs working and your energy levels high. Healthy eating is easy to understand, but the science behind nutrition may be more complicated to comprehend.
You eat to survive. Food literally provides you with the vitamins, nutrients and minerals your body needs to sustain life and keep your body working in tip-top shape. And while all foods benefit your body, there are foods from different food groups that benefit specific aspects of your health (like avocados for brain health) more than others!
Here you will find certain foods, recipes and more! Nutrition information from the latest health and wellness sources – clinical studies, naturopaths and nutritionists and even our experts Jerry Hickey, R. Ph and Dr. Alan Pressman.
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