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Eat Well for Life

As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving here in the U.S., the last thing you're probably thinking about is eating healthy. You likely expect to overindulge on Thursday.

Then, the New Year will come and you'll start making resolutions to do things like eat healthier or workout more.

Why wait until January to start working towards your goals to improve your health?

You can start right now with simple techniques to swap out the ultra-processed foods for alternatives that nourish your body, give you more energy, help you manage your weight, and enable you to keep doing the things you love!

It's no secret that eating more whole, plant-based foods is good for you. Fruits and vegetables provide many beneficial nutrients, are free of saturated fat, low in calories, and packed with fiber. Whether fresh, frozen or dried, they can be the most convenient and affordable foods you can eat! And the cherry on top, eating plants can lower your risk of many serious and chronic health conditions. The challenging part is altering your eating habits. What and how we eat is tied up in our culture, and is impacted by what is conveniently available, and even politics. There's also a lot of confusing information out there around diet. But, it doesn't have to be that hard. Join me for the Eat Well for Life webinar on Wednesday, December 1 at 12:00 PM Mountain Time to learn how you can make small shifts that will have a huge impact on your overall wellbeing. The webinar is free! Simply register here to receive the link to attend. If you can't attend live, you'll receive a link to the recording afterwards.

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