Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Health Column- Getting the year off to a healthy start – Part Two by Sally Cronin

Part two of Sally’s Getting your year off to a healthy start…Good common sense and factual advice …No quick fixes here just sensible advice on healthy eating with the bonus of weight loss if you follow Sally’s advice…

Please pop over say hello and have a read …x

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

In Monday’s post I explored the benefits to your liver and general health by drastically reducing refined sugars and artificial fats from your diet.. Today I look at the diet products that allegedly give you the nutrients you need… but in a form that is not recognised by the body!

Part Two – Eat food your body recognises…and can work with!

In my previous posts you will often find me having a poke at the diet food industry – well actually more than a poke. There are certain products that are health related that I do not have a problem with, but I don’t have much time with slimming bars and shakes. I do not care how many nutrients they say are in them, they are not in the form that the body understands or wishes to. We are designed to take our nutrients from natural foods.

I do agree…

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6 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Health Column- Getting the year off to a healthy start – Part Two by Sally Cronin

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