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How To Make Healthy Eating Simple

When it comes to eating healthy and improving your health, it can feel like the Wild West.

You’re constantly being bombarded by advertisements for food and supplements that all claim to make you healthier.

It’s hard to figure out exactly which foods and supplements are actually good for you.

Reading labels carefully on the foods and supplements that you buy is important, but going through all of the ingredients can also be overwhelming.

With all the different foods that are available at the grocery store, it can be hard to even figure out where to start.

Here, this article will show you how to make healthy eating simpler so that you can experience real health.

Get Rid of Sugar

When you’re first starting your health journey, you should be looking to cut out all sources of sugar, both natural and manufactured.

This is because your body is most likely addicted to the sugar in your diet, and it’s important to reset and detox your body.

Only after you let your body reset itself can you add certain forms of natural sugar back into your diet as long as you do it in moderation.

Cut Out Processed Food

Processed food is your worst enemy when it comes to real health.

Foods that have gone through lots of processing often end up becoming sugar in your body.

This puts you at risk of developing metabolic disorders like diabetes.

Not only that, but processed foods are loaded with chemicals that make it hard for your body to function properly.

All of these extra chemicals are often toxic to your liver and disrupt your healthy microbiome, making it hard for your gut to be healthy.

Focus On Your Gut Health

Your gut health is one of the most important aspects of overall health.

Your immune system and vagus nerve, which is the main component of your parasympathetic nervous system, are directly impacted by your gut health.

If your gut is dysbiotic, there are a number of things that you may experience, including fatigue, mood disruptions, brain fog, constipation, poor digestion, and a weakened immune system.

Eating fermented foods and raw food that support your gut will help you heal your gut so that you can get back to feeling great again.

Foods like sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, and kombucha all have high amounts of the probiotics that your gut needs to thrive.

Eating fresh foods with healthy fiber like kale, cabbage, chia, and flax seeds helps boost your gut health by providing the prebiotic fiber that healthy bacteria feed on.

Simplify Your Diet Today!

By cutting out sugar and processed foods, you’ll see an immediate difference in how your body feels.

Cutting these foods out of your diet may also help lower the amount of inflammation in your body.

Natural foods that your body doesn’t have to work as hard to digest will help detox your liver and support healthy cholesterol levels.

If you’re just starting your health journey, and need more guidance on how to achieve real health, my book will guide you.

It’s got everything you need to fix your diet and lifestyle so that you can start feeling your healthiest.

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