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In spite of the confusing and contradictory information that floods the world of nutrition, the basics are simple. Most people would benefit from consuming less meat, dairy, sugar, junk food, alcohol, caffeine and tobacco and increasing their intake of water, whole grains and vegetables, especially dark leafy greens.

Having a burger, a chocolate chip cookie or an ice cream is okay within the overall context of a healthy diet. It’s not what you eat sometimes, but what you eat most of the time that makes a difference. 

Here are some common foods to give you a better understanding of their effects in our bodies.

Adopting a nutrition plan that meets your needs and that you feel comfortable with. We always encourage you to speak to your primary doctor to learn how good nutrition can help you get a healthier life. We hope these tips will help you boost your nutrition. 

You can call us at 1-800-299-7917 to make a virtual appointment with Doctor Rigoberto Perez Diaz, or visit our website www.salud.bz, we will gladly assist you. Remember to follow us on Facebook and Instagram and do not forget to tune into our daily program SALUD TV.

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