There is no shortage of scales, apps, and diets that count pounds, calories, and other data translating your lunch eating habits (or any meal time) into numbers.
However, when it comes to holistic, optimal health, the quality of your food matters.
While eating refined, processed foods are known to increase inflammation, diabetes, and insulin resistance, eating nutrient-dense foods help your body stave off disease and function better, from immune system and muscle function, to heart and blood health, and even eye health. Continue reading
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