Worried you might be making nutrition mistakes? We’ve got a no-judgment zone in this episode.
No one chooses to die sicker, fatter, or suffer but what if your daily choices were making that happen? Unknowingly, many adults make a wrong turn on the way to “healthy eating.” Foods learned at one point to be healthy are potential inflammatory foods. Foods you thought you ate enough of may fall short because of depleted nutrients from everyday habits.
Medications you need for conditions you have could be robbing your body of certain vitamins and nutrients and make the need for supplementation a reality.
How do you know where to begin and what is real, needed, and essential for your health and what is costly and or low quality?
Robin Allen, owner of Necessary Nutrition for 14 years. She inspires thousands of people to use food and nutrition to build and repair their bodies. She continues to connect others to resources and tools to live a peaceful, health filled life.
Robin’s personal journey to living a healthy life fuels her passion for helping women over 40 understand the best practices for longevity. At one point, pre- diabetic and overweight herself, she realized that food was either going to kill her or keep her alive.
Questions we answer in this episode:
- In what ways do the chemicals in food change the biochemistry in our bodies?
- Are we talking about all foods or just processed foods that change chemistry?
- What are the biggest nutrition mistakes midlife and older women make?
- What supplements do you recommend women take and why?
- Where would a listener – overwhelmed with changes and options – start?
- Why is vitamin D so important for health?
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