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Low GI Foods get you through the day.

You can never get too much...
We fit so much into to our busy lives we often forget to eat healthy and wonder why we get sick. We hurtle through life at 100 miles an hour and wonder why time is going so quick and why the kids grow up before we are ready.

  
You can never get too much healthy food or nutrients to sustain our tired bodies. To live a healthy life is to eat well and excersise daily. Anything less and we are starving our body from good nutrition and growth. To grow is to live, to stay still too long is to wither and die. Eating 2 fruits and 5 vegetable groups everyday will keep you on top of life and off the nutrient deficient train. To excersise is to move your body atleast 40 minutes per day, even if it is a nice walk. walking outside amongst nature is probably the best, as it also helps your endorphins circulation and destress from the tension of the day. Get out and live. Eat well and remember, you can never have too much goodness.


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