1. Weight Loss: 6 Things The World’s Most Successful “Diets” Have in Common

    6 Things The World’s Most Successful “Diets” Have in Common By Kris Gunnars | AuthorityNutrition.com Many diets have stood the test of time. They became popular a long time ago, but people are still doing them and still getting results. This includes, but is not limited to: The Mediterranean diet. The low-carb diet. The paleo diet. A whole-foods, plant-based diet. People tend to focus…Read More

  2. 8 Tips to Get Your Family to Eat More Fruits & Vegetables

    8 Ways to Get Your Family Eating More Fruits & Vegetables Has convincing your kids to take just one more bite of broccoli at dinner become a regular battle? Do you worry that your spouse or sibling isn’t eating enough fresh produce? Don’t fret. Here are 8 surefire ways to help your family realize they love fruits and veggies. Lead by example. We can’t stress this enough. If you’re eat…Read More

  3. Weight of the Nation: Convenience & Cheap Food = High Health Care Costs

    So, do you think the $1.00 menu at fast food restaurants is a deal? There is no value in the long run when considering the cost of obesity & chronic disease. Obesity is crippling our workforce, communities, families & costing our country over $150 billion per year in lost productivity & health care expenditures. 50% of these costs are paid for by public funds. Obesity-related health ca…Read More

  4. Listen to this MP3 on how to DEFEAT Diabetes with Nutrition!

      Click on the link below to listen! Defeating Diabetes with Nutrition To learn more about Empowering your body for Optimal Health visit www.wellfit4juiceplus.com…Read More

  5. Defeating Diabetes with The Healing Power of Fruits and Vegetables

    Diabetes and Nutrition Notes from a discussion with Rosalyn Baker on the core essence and benefits of fruits and vegetables. She spent 27 years studying how to manage her Type 1 diabetes. Now she is dedicated to helping others. Our energy comes from the sum balance of the work of our cells in our bodies. If you don’t have peak performance of that cellular work, you won’t have the energy. Genes…Read More

  6. Preventing Cancer with Whole Food Nutrition

    Cancer Prevention with Whole Food Nutrition Cancer develops at a cellular level years before there is any physical evidence detectable by imaging. Wherefore, it is crucial to focus on prevention through healthy living, nutrition & activity. People, who eat mainly plant-based diets, appear to have noticeably lower rates of cancers & heart disease. A synergistic combination of healthy foods …Read More