Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Restoring Lost Nutrients
Our bodies were made to thrive on the fresh, natural foodsthat Mother Nature provides. But the longer a food's journey from soil to plate, the more interfering chemical processes it has probably endured along the way. Vital nutrients are lost during that trip — ones that would otherwise have played important roles in your body's healthy metabolism and everyday functioning.

So how do you get back to basics? First of all, ditching the "frankenfoods" for fresh foods is one of the best ways to reap those natural benefits. If you can't pronounce the ingredients in a food, you shouldn't be eating it — period. Second, make sure you're getting the important nutrients your body needs. Don't sacrifice them in the name of a dollar.

Learn which key nutrients to focus on

Jillian on Everyday Health
Stretch Marks
Q: "I have stretch marks on my stomach and back. If I lose weight, will they go away?"

See Jillian's answer on Everyday Health

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