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Dieting has never been fun and never will be. People who are serious about losing weight have to include regular exercise in their lives, along with proper food and supplement management and a sensible reduction in caloric intake.
Because excessive body fat is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, some precautions are in order. Depending on the extent of the weight problem, a medical examination may be a good idea before starting the exercise program.
If you live for 65 years or longer, you will have consumed more than 70,000 meals and your remarkable body will have disposed of 50 tons of food! The foods you choose have cumulative effects on your body. So, how can you recognize a nutritious diet? Check out 5 characteristics for a diet must!
Hey NutriChem Followers!
The Ottawa’s Farmer’s Market opened the season with beautiful weather, great crowds and of course fresh and delicious foods! This years Farmer’s Market is located at Brewer Park (across from Carleton University). The Farmer’s Market has grown to over 100 vendors of the best locally-grown food.
It would be overkill to say that the carrot you eat today has very little nutrition in it especially compared to some of the other less healthy foods you likely may eat – but it’s true that fruits and vegetables grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than what most of us get today. The result of this decline in nutritional value is because of soil depletion.