Fast Food: Are you willing to compromise healthfulness for convenience and taste?

It may be convenient, but there’s a price to pay. The price that you pay for eating fast food occurs not at the cash register, but down the road, when the health ramifications associated with meals high in saturated fat and sodium takes effect.

A new study, published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, indicates that damage to the arteries occurs almost immediately after just one — that’s right, one — junk food-type meal. Based on the science, moderation with junk food doesn’t really exist.

Here’s a tip:


Want to improve your health and beauty and the wellbeing of your family? Steer clear of fast food restaurants and start redefining your family’s idea of fast food. Make your own version of “fast food” by preparing quick snacks and meals that you can grab on the go. Give your food pantry a beauty makeover by simply making healthy foods — such as fruits, vegetable, nuts and whole grain snacks — more convenient and readily accessible. Enhancing the convenience of healthy food reduces your desire to reach for the bad stuff, while allowing your family to continue living vivaciously and of course, beautifully.

I start my days with green smoothie juice and that gives me a fresh start for the day. It’s amazing to start your day with great combination of organic vegetable and fruits. Fresh fruits and vegetables are full of vitamins, minerals, nutrients and enzymes.


You can clean your system and get rid of all the toxicity in your body and colon by drinking water and vegetable juice. It’s important to have at least one raw meal a day. There is a lot you can do with the combination of different organic fruits and vegetables.



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