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Eating Well

Summary: A healthy intake of food is a key factor to living a healthy life. Eating well involves more than watching one's calories; eating the right foods, maintaining a balanced diet, and regulating the frequency with which one eats also play an important role.
Eating well

Eating well is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy. Many people are under the impression that eating healthy just means eating low fat foods or drinking a diet soda instead of a regular one. This is not the case. Eating well isn't just watching the calories; a number of different aspects must be incorporated.

The basis for eating well begins with eating the right food, natural food, in other words, food that hasn't been processed. Most of the foods and snacks at your local grocery store are full of unnatural substances (usually they are the words on the ingredients label you can't pronounce) such as partially hydrogenated oils and monosodium glutamate. These substances can cause problems because the human body doesn't know how to digest them properly. Some substances have been known to be harmful over a period of time...

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