Nearly one-third of our children are either overweight or obese and the sad fact that this generation is the first not to have the life expectancy of their parents is part and parcel to this. There is good news, however, in that one statistic states that the more education people had the less likely they were to be heavy, so let's all focus on educating ourselves and our children. Improving children's health by teaching them to eat better is critical to academic success as well.
How can I control my cravings? What are the worst fast foods? Whether you’re trying to lose the baby weight, get in shape or just want to brush up on your nutrition knowledge and healthy up your family's diet, we’ve got you covered. Here, your most pressing problems are solved.
Why is it important to eat lots of different colored fruits and vegetables? Because each colored vegetable and fruit has unique properties and there is strong evidence that there are interactions between the colors that are beneficial to your health. Eating by the Rainbow is vitally important to your well-being.
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