You know what they say, “you are what you eat.” Today, that colloquialism is renowned as a researched and respected truth. Research and clinical experience have shown time and time again that balanced nutrition is the very epicenter of health and wellbeing. Your diet affects not only how well your body functions but how well you age, your risk of disease and even how you look and feel.
That’s right everything you eat impacts how you look and feel.
Did you know that sugar causes wrinkles?
Or that your gut secretes the same chemical messengers related to mood as your brain?
Every single thing you put in your mouth affects your total body, including your mind and your waistline.
Physician-guided nutrition is the best way to achieve all your health or weight loss goals. With a physician-guided nutrition plan, you can stop hassling with fad diets and wondering if the latest gimmick is going to work you. The team at Lauderdale Health and Wellness will help identify food sensitivities, address behavioral eating habits and detoxify your system all while teaching you to lose weight and/or manage a healthy weight. Nutrition and weight Loss programs at Lauderdale Health and Wellness include:
Take the first step to changing your health from the inside out. Talk to the team at Lauderdale Health and Wellness about your nutritional needs and weight loss and management goals. Together, you can develop a nutritional plan that fits your lifestyle and maximizes your health.
Experience a whole new way to eat and enjoy a whole new way of living. Contact Lauderdale Health and Wellness to get started on a customized nutrition plan today.
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