Healthy Diets Make Wellbeing Affordable
Although fruits, vegetables, beans, dairy, eggs, fish and meat may cost more, their nutritional value per dollar is infinitely greater and therefore we are healthier eating less junk, say authors of the new book, TurboCharged.
University of Washington researchers concluded that a healthy diet might be too expensive for many Americans; if people followed USDA guidelines to increase the nutritional value of their diets, it could add almost $400 to their annual grocery bill.
“Eating the healthiest diet possible within the means of your budget is critical to your wellbeing,” say boomer generation health experts Dian Griesel, Ph.D., and Tom Griesel, authors of the new book TurboCharged: Accelerate Your Fat Burning Metabolism, Get Lean Fast and Leave Diet and Exercise Rules in the Dust (April 2011, BSH). TurboCharged® is a groundbreaking 8-Step program that defies common weight-loss theories. It successfully delivers body-defining rapid fat loss, accelerates metabolism, and improves health and odds of longevity without gimmicks, supplements or special equipment.
“The incidence of diet-related modern diseases is on the rise, and is reducing the quality of life of more and more people,” clarifies Dian. “When these conditions become dangerous or critical, drugs are most often prescribed at great cost to our wallets and our health. The best quality food you can afford needs to be a top priority in your family budget.”
Although fruits, vegetables, beans, dairy, eggs, fish and meat may cost more, their nutritional value per dollar is infinitely greater and therefore we are healthier eating less junk, say the Griesels. “Americans eat too much. We eat way too many empty calories, which leave our bodies deficient and craving more. Manufactured, refined and processed foods will never provide the nutrients a body needs. They will only destroy your health and end up costing you and our healthcare system much more in the long run,” says Dian.
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