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The nutritional landscape is changing rapidly right now. It seems there are new studies being released almost daily that are turning what we thought we knew about healthy eating on its head. For years we've been told to eat a low fat diet, avoid saturated fats, don't eat too much red meat, eat plenty of complex carbohydrates.... Diet gurus have encouraged us to swap peas for high-fat avocado in our guacamole, fill half our plate with grains, eat mostly meat...or no meat...or only white meat...or only fish...but watch out for mercury!

If you are trying to eat healthy and feeling completely confused trying to wade through all the "expert advice" out there, you've come to the right place.

My goal with this blog is to help you sort fact from fiction, to do the digging and the research for you and to help you come up with the best possible plan for you to understand what foods to eat to build your best health ever. It really isn't as complicated as it seems. Eat more real food, less processed food, lots of vegetables, some fruit, some protein (whether that's meat, fish, eggs or vegetarian sources), enjoy healthy fat and stay away from the chemically altered fats (I'll tell you all about those down the road)...and enjoy your food!

Sit back and relax and let me guide you back to happy, healthy, worry-free and guilt-free eating!

If you ever have any questions please email me or leave your question in the comments. I want to know what is confusing to you and what you want to read about.

Thanks for visiting!

#nutrition #RegisteredNutritionalConsultant

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This website is for the purpose of providing information on the subject of health matters intended for general well-being and is not meant for the purpose of medical diagnosis nor the treatment of any disease nor any licensed act which may constitute the practice of medicine.