With the everyday hustle and balancing act of managing work, kids’ school lunches, homework, chores, and meal planning, people tend to leave little time to really think about long-term health and wellness. Let’s face it—society is surrounded by cancer-causing pollutants that oftentimes feel like a losing battle, but it’s not.
The effects of how we feed our brains positive messaging is as equally important as what we put in, on and around our bodies for our own longevity and well-being. Nutrition is a lifestyle that directly impacts lifespan. The fact is that people do have control over the body’s ability to fight, neutralize and prevent disease, and it all starts with
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