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Contributed by Holly McCarthy, who writes on the subject of nursing skills. Holly invites your feedback at hollymccarthy12@gmail.com

In many countries around the world, convenience has made real solid nutritional food take the back seat and created many problems in its wake.  Fast food, preservatives, and processed foods may create low-cost, long-lasting products that make the act of eating a cinch, but the long-term effects of ingesting these “foods” can be extremely hazardous and even life threatening.

So many people are now trying to watch their weight and eat right.  It is certainly the right thing to do for your health and for the environment, especially if your tastes include organic fruits, vegetables, and grains that promote sustainability in the process.  The problems start, however, when diet is not enough.

Supplementing Your Diet

So you think you’re eating well; you eat three squares a day and still perhaps feel sluggish and unable to get on the right track with your health.  Chances are you are now experiencing deficiencies in vital vitamins and trace minerals that your body was oblivious to when you were consuming processed foods.  Now that you are eating well, your body is trying to tell you that you’re missing something.

This is where supplements come in.

People often don’t realize that taking multivitamins and minerals is often the only way to get these substances into your body.  Over time, our bodies relied on certain things to achieve homeostasis, which included actually ingesting trace amounts of minerals on our foods.  With our focus on cleanliness these days, this is nearly impossible to achieve without supplements.

Help in a Pinch or On the Go

Additionally, it may not be entirely possible to consume all of the vitamins your body needs in raw form without running the gamut of the produce aisle in an attempt to ingest as much as possible.  Finding ways to supplement your protein and fiber intake is also far easier when using supplements and satisfies the need to get some fuel in a fast and convenient manner.

Smoothies and shakes are a great way to get the extra daily requirements in without having to slow down on the busiest of days.  Once your body adjusts to receiving these extra little boosts that it really needs to stay fully operational, you will begin to see and feel the difference.

Of course, no change in diet is complete without proper physical fitness and regular exercise.  Always consult a physician when making major lifestyle changes and try to avoid making abrupt changes, as serious complications can occur.

If you would like a personal consultation to determine which Herbalife supplements may help as part of your healthy lifestyle, please contact Sarah for more information, or you can visit our online store

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There are few things more delicious than a fresh crispy apple and farmers markets and shops are full of fantastic British apples at the moment. We have all heard that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” but you may not realise that there is a good reason for this phrase – apples really are full of goodness!

Here are some apple facts that are sure to get you munching: (more…)

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Q: What are the specific nutritional requirements of people aged 50 or above, and how can Herbalife’s core products help fulfil these requirements?

A: When it comes to getting older, our bodies change and that affects our physical and nutritional requirements. (more…)

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