National Nutrition Month, celebrated in March, stresses the importance of a balanced diet and exercise. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics promotes the transformative powers of healthy food choices.  Nationally, 41.9 percent of adults are considered   obese, with a BMI over 30, created by what we eat and how little we move.  Check your BMI: at

MARCH towards better health.

  1. Shift your mindset realize health eating more than willower.
  2. Eat right: minimal processed foods, more vegetables, whole grains, fish, lean meats, foods with live probiotics.
  3. Eat Less: refined grains, starches, sugars, cheeses, soda and alcohol.
  4. Control your environment: eat at home using available using non-process foods, use smaller plates, increase your water.
  5. Get Moving: “Sitting is the new smoking” Stop! Find any activity you enjoy, start slowly, increase to 150 minutes of vigorous exercise per week.
  6. Optimize Sleep. If you take more than 15 minutes to fall asleep, take a look at your “shutting down” activities.
  7. Manage Stress. Find time to unwind, consider deep breathing, meditation, talk with your doctor about what is causing your stress.

MARCH towards optimizing your overall health by starting a long-term healthy eating plan, that you can LIVE with every day for the rest of your life!

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