Prevent Diseases with a Personnel Wellness Coach
Let me introduce you to Drew Sgoutas, the creator and innovator of the Smoothie Diet. He is a board-certified health coach and nutrition expert. A turnkey system designed for people to lose weight and keep the weight off utilizing a tasty treat.
The plan has been around for 4 years now. Males and females from all over the world have lost weight with the program.
Great video right? Did you notice how happy she was? Amanda is definitely not an actress and did her testimonial from her own home. She looked fit, healthy, and very happy she came across this proven diet plan.
Many other women have used green smoothies to lose weight. Why? because its a quick and healthy solution for the busy woman.
Most women work full time combined with full time mom duties. Finding time for the gym, going to the market to buy all the ingredients for a healthy meal, and taking the time to cook can be very time consuming. By grabbing a ready-made smoothie plan, its just a matter of making a smoothie in less than five minutes. It takes less time making one of the smoothies than it does waiting in line for a cup of coffee.
Why Men and Women Need to Eat Better
Both men and women need to eat better. Incorporating a healthy diet into your lifestyle can only help and not hurt. Poor nutrition leads to obesity, heart disease, stroke, cancer, and type 2 diabetes, according to the CDC. If people would just change their diet to something more nutritious and tasty, then all the diseases associated with poor nutrition would be eliminated.
Foods recommended by Coach Drew include:
Fatty fish like salmon - great for your heart, high in nutrients, protects your brain, boosts your mood and decreases the chances you become depressed, and reduces the risk of autoimmune disease (NDTV). The fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids which benefit the heart by decreasing triglycerides and the risk of stroke, decreasing your chances of heart failure, and reducing irregular heartbeats (Mayo Clinic). Take a look at 12 types of fish to eat so you can incorporate them into your diet. Fresh Fruits - Diets are very low in fruit intake in the west which leads to some very serious diseases and illnesses. Adding fresh fruit in your diet will improve digestion, reduce and prevent IBS, help to get your weight under control, prevent cardiovascular disease and vascular aging, diabetes, and more. Take a look at modified citrus pectin's many health benefits which include preventing cancer growth and its many heart health benefits. Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Includes heart healthy fats, vitamins E and K, and acts as an anti-inflammatory (Gunnars). According to WebMD it maintains healthy bones along with preventing cancer (Contributors). Here are 11 extra virgin olive oil health benefits from the Olive Wellness Institute. Who knew this little bottle had so many health benefits compared with its unhealthy competition. Make sure to incorporate extra virgin oil in your cooking efforts instead of everything else. Raw Oats - Helps with constipation, enough consumption produces significant weight loss, prevent gestational diabetes, keeps lower blood sugar levels naturally, along with a 21% reduction in heart disease (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health). Boosts your metabolism and acts as food source for the good bacteria in your gut (Smith). Oats should be cooked fully before consumption in order to reap the full benefits because raw oats, or even soaked oats, still could bring harm to the body since they are high in phytic acid (Pope).
Seeds and Nuts - High in healthy fats good for your heart preventing heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and is the biggest change a person can make to their diet in regards to preventing those diseases behind lowering their sodium (staff). Nuts provide a wide variety of nutritional benefits for your body including (Department of Health & Human Services)
- Low in Saturated Fat
- Good Protein
- Plant Iron
- Vitamin E
- Vitamins B1, B2, B3. B6
- Helps Burn Energy
Unfortunately, bad nutrition exists leading to disastrous side effects for your body like heart disease, diabetes, death, obesity, fatigue, cancer, high blood pressure and more. Food and drinks like donuts, fast food, pizza, sugary drinks, candy, and processed foods should be avoided as much as possible. Imagine if future kids grew up in a world full of great tasting healthy natural foods only reading about the bad foods in history books.
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Mayo Clinic. “How Eating Fish Helps Your Heart.” Mayo Clinic, 2019, www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/heart-disease/in-depth/omega-3/art-20045614.
Gunnars, Kris. “Why Extra Virgin Olive Oil Is the Healthiest Fat on Earth.” Healthline, 2017, www.healthline.com/nutrition/extra-virgin-olive-oil.
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. “Oats.” The Nutrition Source, 22 May 2019, www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/food-features/oats/.
Smith, Cecelia. “Amazing Benefits of Overnight Oats, according to Science.” Eat This Not That, 31 Mar. 2021, www.eatthis.com/benefits-overnight-oats/.
Pope, Sarah. “The Truth about Raw Oats. Should You Really Be Eating Them?” The Healthy Home Economist, 2 Oct. 2022, www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/truth-about-raw-oats/. Accessed 7 Nov. 2022.
Staff, Editorial. “Health Benefits of Nuts and Seeds.” Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter, 19 June 2020, www.nutritionletter.tufts.edu/healthy-eating/health-benefits-of-nuts-and-seeds/. Accessed 7 Nov. 2022.
Department of Health & Human Services. “Nuts and Seeds.” Www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au, 24 Aug. 2021, www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/healthyliving/Nuts-and-seeds.
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