We're all on the go, living lives so fast pace that we often fail to plan what we need to properly fuel the engines of our bodies and minds.
Many health problems can be attributed to this fast-pace, fast-food lifestyle. How can you really know what is in those grab-and-go foods? From dangerous chemicals to massive amounts of unhealthy fat and calories, you cannot be certain the quality of nutrition you're getting.
With a little foresight and a good plan, you can prep a full week's meals in just a few hours. Or, by incorporating some simple tips, preparing healthy, nutritious same-day meals is also attainable.
Ultimately, getting out of the drive-thru and back into the kitchen will be better for your digestion, energy levels, concentration, skin, and overall health and wellness.
Listen as health expert and author of The Sisterhood of S.W.E.A.T., Linda Mitchell, joins Dr. Bond to discuss why you should "eat carrots, not crap," as well as tips for preparing healthy meals that fit into your busy, hectic schedule.
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