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“Sure, I eat healthy.” (But do you really?)

I hear this phrase used a lot. I’m not here to judge, but I am here to help make sure that our definition of “eating healthy” is on track. Here are some things to consider:

1. Are the foods you eat unprocessed?
2. Are you basing health of a food on how much carb/sugar, protein, and/or fat it contains?
3. Even if a food is “healthy” in your mind, have you truly paid attention to how your body uses that food?
4. A singular food may be “healthy”, but are you combining it properly (or improperly) with other foods for YOUR specific needs?
5. Do you know what your specific needs are? Should you eat more carbs? More fat? Less carb? More protein?

Lots to consider, but it’s not as complicated as it seems. It’s all about education, strategy and preparation. If you need some guidance, join me for the next Fab 14 program that begins September 10th.

Jaime Rothermich
RD, CSSD, LD, CSCS