Developing good nutritional habits is a continuous process. Every day we face a multitude of choices about what to eat. Nutrition is the execise of developing knowledge about food and making informed decisions. It is not only about what to eat, but also timing meals in a way that they affect your body in positive ways. The more you know, the better and more satisfying your strategy will be. Read on for some practical advice.
It is tempting to blame the culture we live in for the fact that so many of us have poor nutrition habits. Yet the fact remains that we, as individuals, are ultimately in control of what goes into our mouths. In order to be in control, we must first be more aware