What’s on My Plate

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The answers to these questions can be encapsulated in seven words. Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma and In Defense of Food, sums it up like this: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” The word ‘food’ refers to whole food that is unprocessed. The next three words, ‘not too much’ indicate that when you eat real food, which is chock-full of nutrients like fat and fiber, you are much less likely to overeat them. The final three words speak for themselves. Follow these rules and you are well on your way to living a healthier, happier life. If you have tried diets like this before, however, and struggled to maintain them, you are not alone. What you have been missing is a system designed specifically for you that will act as a scaffolding for your new way of life. Grassroots Nutrition System is that program, utilizing behavior modification, mindfulness and up-to-date nutrition information. Knowing what to put on your plate is simple. Learning the skills and habits that make it possible on a daily basis requires discipline and training. Take control of your fat-fate by clicking the CONTACT tab and call or email us today!

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