Most consumers are bombarded with sensational messages on the latest health or nutrition research study not knowing if the research is sound or weak. It is hard to sort out what to do when a new headline contradicts the last.
Smart Health Talk will walk listeners through the facts and provide suggestions on how to apply life and money saving principals to their everyday routine.
Nutrition principals covered on the show are meant to be something that can be adapted to an individuals own likes, dislikes, and financial resources.
The goal of Smart Health Talk will be to help our listeners get the biggest nutrition bang for their buck.
We vote with our dollars, but most of us have little knowledge on purchased products. Those products go in our homes, bodies and on our skin and potentially have a direct impact on short and long term health. If you are a celiac, and eat gluten it will attack intestinal villi. A diabetic that eats a high refined carbohydrate meal will have a corresponding rise in blood sugar. These are obvious, but others maybe not so obvious. Those can impact health as well. By making even small changes we can decrease chronic disease risk.
As consumers we are influenced by a constant stream of advertising designed to change our buying behavior. To override bad choices that are usually based on emotion and waste precious dollars that could be applied to improving health, we need to educate our brain to replace impulse buying with rational educated decisions that put our best interests first and will in the end offer more freedom to do the things we love most.
People are missing opportunities all the time to pump up energy, strength, and immune function. When the body receives quality nutrition, together with positive lifestyle choices, the risk for chronic disease is reduced. How many of us feel run down and tired, but somewhere inside know it should be better? How can we enjoy life to the fullest if we have no get up and go?
Science has now proven the key role nutrition plays in disease prevention and quality of life. This is no longer an unproven fact. Disease can be costly both in treatment, loss of freedom and the ability to provide for our families, and possibly life. Health insurance is beyond the reach of many Americans, but by applying the preventive principals of nutrition to everyday choices, disease risk and medical expenses can be reduced.
Listeners will learn from host advice, guest interviews, caller questions, and referrals. Smart Health Talk's host, Elaine McFadden, is serious about health and wellness. "We want to let people know what they can do today to help improve their life tomorrow. Hard sell in a world hungry for instant gratification."
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People can only count on themselves to make the right health choices. When we become motivated to experience the best possible quality of life and health, the food industry will have to respond. By becoming educated consumers, and therefore buying the best products that support our health, we are working together to eliminate bad products from store shelves, and sending the message we deserve better and will settle for nothing less.
Everyone deserves healthy food, by tuning in to Smart Health Talk and listening to the information we have for you, knowing how to choose which products give you that kind of quality will become second nature.
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