4 Nutritional Tips for a Healthier You 

 April 27, 2022

By  Dr. Ann Lauren Marra

nutrition healthAre you looking for a way to lead a healthier life? If so, you need to think about your nutrition. A lot of people believe that with exercise alone, they can stay healthy. Even though this might be the case when you are younger, it is unlikely to be the case when you are older. What are a few important nutrition tips you need to follow if you want to take care of your health? Keep reading to find out…

1. Consider Calcium and Vitamin D

One of the most common deficiencies in adults involves calcium and vitamin D. A significant portion of the population is deficient in vitamin D , and you can get vitamin D if you spend time outside. Then, if you combine this with a healthy intake of calcium, you can protect your bones and reduce your chances of developing osteoporosis. Calcium can be found in a wide variety of dairy products. This includes milk, yogurt, and cheese. Even though you need to balance your dairy intake with the fat content of these food items, you must make sure you consume plenty of vitamin D and calcium to protect your bones.

2. Limit Your Intake of Simple Sugars

You also need to limit your intake of simple sugars. You might be surprised at just how much sugar is present and things that you do not think are sweet. For example, milk and bread have a lot of simple sugars in them. Even though a moderate amount of simple sugar is probably not going to hurt you, you need to limit your intake of junk food such as chips, pretzels, cookies, candy, and chocolate. Complex sugars, such as those found in whole grains, are better for your health. If you limit your intake of simple sugars, you can reduce your chances of developing diabetes.

3. Eat a Mixture of Fruits and Vegetables

If you want to improve your overall health, you should also think about consuming a mixture of fruits and vegetables. There are a lot of vitamins and minerals found in fruits and vegetables that cannot be found in other foods. Even though there might be some vegetables you do not like, it is important to eat them regularly. Target the leafy greens, as they have a lot of nutrition that can help you stay healthy. You might want to take a look at a few recipes if you are looking for creative ways to incorporate these foods into your diet.

4. See Your Local Chiropractor Regularly

Finally, you should also make sure you see a chiropractor regularly. The nutritional advice for people should be handled on a case-by-case basis by a trained professional. Why? Because you might have certain nutritional deficiencies that other people do not have. Furthermore, you might have certain chronic health conditions that limit certain parts of your diet. That is why you need to work with a trained professional like your local chiropractor who can help you figure out a healthy diet that’s specifically targeted for you and your overall health. Remember, it is always better to prevent health problems from developing than to fix them after they have already developed.

Improve Your Overall Health

These are just a few of the most important tips you should follow if you would like to improve your overall health. If you do not consciously think about your health, you could be at risk of developing health problems. If you work with your local chiropractor to develop a comprehensive plan, you can prevent yourself from getting sick, reduce your chance of getting hurt, and live your life with more energy. Think about putting a few of these nutritional tips into practice. And if you need help, give us a call. We’re here to help!

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Dr. Ann Lauren Marra

Dr. Ann Lauren Marra has been a licensed Chiropractor since 1992. Dr. Ann Marra is also a board certified C.I.C.E Chiropractic Independent Chiropractic Examiner. She graduated from Life University. She is licensed to practice in New Jersey, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.

Dr. Ann Lauren Marra

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