Tips to Be a Smart Grocery Shopper During Cold and Flu Season

From time to time you may need to refresh your memory on how to read labels so as to avoid foods, drinks, fruits and vegetables that can make you and your family sick.

Take some time to read some of the articles below.  They may help you make smart food choices when shopping at your local food or grocery market and when cooking at home.

How to Read Labels and Find Hidden Sugar

We (in the U.S.) have sugar consumption more than 170 pounds per person per year! Did you know that average American gets more than 400 calories a day only from sugar?!Be a Smart Grocery Shopper During Cold and Flu Season

How to Read Labels and Find Fat, Calories and More

If you want to lose weight, get rid of cravings, lower your blood pressure,  prevent headaches and migraines, help with PMS and hormonal imbalance, reduce risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes, learning how to read labels is a must.

How to Avoid Sugar and Caloric Overload Foods

If you want to be healthy and raise healthy kids you should be familiar with the worst high sugar and caloric overload foods.

Let us be smart grocery shoppers, shall we?

 

Breathe, smile and be happy.

©Irina Wardas, HHC

Women’s Holistic Health, Nutrition Counselor and Relationship Expert

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