Why Healthy Eating May Not Always be Healthy

You make a conscious effort to eat a healthy diet, stay away from the foods you have an allergy or sensitivity to and also get all of the nutrients you need for good health. However, eating healthy may not actually be healthy for you.  Why?

If you follow a specific diet – whether it is gluten free, low sodium, low fat, low carbs,  low in processed foods or anything else, you may be unintentionally cutting out foods you need for good health. In addition, there are many factors that affect your body’s ability to absorb certain nutrients from your food such as:

  • Age: at different stages in life our needs for certain nutrients increase and our body’s ability to absorb certain nutrients can change. 
  • Lifestyle: stress, smoking and lack of sleep and exercise adversely impact health and may alter our nutrient needs.
  • Medical conditions including weight loss surgeries, digestive diseases, gluten sensitivity, or any other medical conditions that restrict a person’s diet can impact their ability to meet their nutrient needs (vitamins, minerals, fiber); especially those that affect absorption of nutrients.

But, there is an easy solution…
Choose high quality, liquid nutritional supplements that are easy to take and easy to absorb so your body optimizes key nutrients, vitamins and minerals you need every day.

Getting the nutrients you need and absorbing them is important for good health, for more information, watch Lifetime TV’s The Balancing Act “Better Ingredients for a Healthier Tomorrow” featuring myself, Marie Spano with Wellesse Liquid Supplements.

Lifetime TV The Balancing Act Better Ingredients for a Healthy Lifestyle