Staying In The Nutrition Know - July 11 - The Nutritionist Group
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Welcome back to our Staying In The Nutrition Know blog! This week we have these topics for you: the top foods Americans eat (and which ones you should buy organic), vitamins and supplements that can help you with energy levels, and lifestyle habits that can affect your blood pressure.

Have you missed some of our other blogs? Check them out here!

Our goal in doing this is to be able to give you a broader spectrum of quality information that can inform your daily habits so that you can live the best you. We know there is a lot of content out there and we want to help you sift through the facts and the “facts.” Thank you for supporting us!

If you have any questions about the information from these articles or you want to discuss them, head over to our booking page to book a consult with our nutritionist!

Staying In The Nutrition Know articles:

These Are the Foods Americans Eat Most That Are Highest in Pesticides – LIVESTRONG

Looking to get those pesky pesticides out of your food? This list can help with that! LIVESTRONG compiled data using their app MyFitnessPal to see what the most popular foods Americans eat. What are the top 5 most popular foods? They are coffee, bananas, eggs, apples, and chicken breast.

From the top 40 most popular foods, they commented on which ones you should make sure to buy organic to keep from making pesticides a regular part of your diet.

11 Vitamins and Supplements That Boost Energy – Healthline

Trust us. Energy drinks are not the way to go if you are looking to increase energy. Mostly because they are terrible for you. But that is a different article for a different day.

This evidence-based article says that if you are looking for energy try these vitamins and supplements: Ashwagandha, Rhodiola Rosea, CoQ10, Vitamin B12, Iron, Creatine, Citrulline, Beetroot Powder, Melatonin, Tyrosine, or Caffeine With L-Theanine

Adapting Lifestyle Habits Can Quickly Lower Blood Pressure – American Society for Nutrition

It is all about lifestyle. This something we tell everyone that works with us. Unhealthy habits breed unhealthy results. This article is saying the same and even shares that some of the participants cut their stroke risk in half. That’s right. In HALF. How? For this study, a vegan diet, walking outside daily, drinking lots of water, getting adequate sleep, and participating in optional spiritual activities.

Some of these lifestyle changes can be difficult. We can help you make that lifestyle transition a little bit easier. Book a free consult to see what we can do to help!