Is this what we want the future of our food supply to be?
14 Steps to Cut Out Processed Food
Author Lisa Leak and Elaine McFadden, MPH, RD
We thought the 14 Steps that Lisa Leak put together where great and might be the perfect road map for someone looking for one new eating, cooking, or shopping skill they could try and practice and incorporate into their daily routine that could make a big difference in helping to eliminate the kind of foods that could contribute to chronic disease or obesity. Master any or all of the skills below and you will see major changes in your body and energy level. With all the money you will save on fast food, high priced beverages, and more food than you really need, you can instead buy high quality real foods that you prepare into easy, simple meals that have more flavor, and even store longer to save money on spoilage.
Try and add one new "food skill" per week and practice it each day.
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Nesbitt successfully coached the Canadian National Synchronized Swim Team for ten years. She also coached the Australian National Team in the 1984 Olympics. In 1991, she returned to Riverside as head coach of the AQuettes, her goal being to build a strong program in Riverside that would allow swimmers to stay close to home to achieve their goals. Nesbitt fostered a powerhouse program that has won two Junior National overall championships and sent four athletes, so far, to the Olympics. In 2004, two of her athletes (including her daughter Stephanie) were chosen to represent the United States in Olympic Synchronized Swimming competition. The team proudly took home a Bronze medal.
Nesbitt has recently retired from active coaching, but continues to teach and consult with clubs and swimmers across the country. Some of her many other awards and achievements include: two-time Developmental Coach of the Year in Nova Scotia, Canada; Coach of the Year in Canada; two Citizens Savings Hall of Fame Awards; and Women’s Sports Hall of Fame induction. Nesbitt still resides and mentors youth in Riverside. Nesbitt and her two daughters, Barbara and Stephanie, make up what Ohio State’s The Lantern referred to as “one of the sport’s rare family dynasties, one that is as important to synchro as the Mannings are to football.” Her goal over the years has been to produce good people and strong citizens, and she has gone above and beyond in achieving this goal.
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Elaine McFadden, MPH, RD, is the host for "Smart Health Talk Radio Show, Thursdays, 4:00-5:00, on KCAA Radio 1050 AM in Southern California. Elaine is a dietitian dedicated to bringing consumers information that can improve their life and save them money.
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