Nutrition. Keep it simple!

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It is easy to overthink this nutrition thing but the guidelines and strategy in this article help cut through the white noise of the numerous weekly magazines and television shows telling us something different every time.

I love this post because it puts a visual to the instruction rather than a calculation. We tend to work by looking not adding up numbers when we choose food so you should find this really helpful when it comes to planning your meals.

This article also addresses body types and each should eat appropriately. We all know there are those that can seemingly eat anything and have it not have any obvious adverse affects and those who just need to virtually look sideways at a doughnut and put on a kilo. Don’t you hate that?

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