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By Jackie Cartier
August 1, 2017
At Nutritional Weight & Wellness we believe real food is, and always should be, the first thing you consider when looking to improve your health. While supplements can be beneficial and we have plenty of information on those, we always start with food. Which is why, in lieu of our monthly product special, we’re switching gears and featuring our Weight & Wellness Way Cookbook and Nutrition Guide at 15% off all month long.
We’ve specially crafted this book to cut through the clutter of what’s good for your health and what isn’t. But you don’t need the cookbook to learn that secret because we share it every week on our podcast Dishing Up Nutrition and our blog … it’s REAL FOOD!
To get you inspired to bring more real food into your life, here are two delicious recipes from our cookbook.
Serves 4 | Dairy Free
Serves 4 | Gluten Free | Balanced meal
Just seeing the Sloppy Joe recipe makes us want to whip that up for dinner tonight. You, too? Not only is real food delicious, satisfying and nutritious, we’ve seen thousands of clients reap the benefits of eating the Weight & Wellness Way. This doesn’t surprise us because real food helps produce stronger, less painful joints, balance hormones, jumpstart weight loss, strengthen immune systems, reduce depression, and the list goes on and on. On top of that we frequently see conditions ranging from MS, colitis and Crohn’s disease go into remission for years. People experience relief from fibromyalgia, acne clears, and cancer patients live longer than predicted. All because of real food!
Intrigued? Find out how real food (that means cutting out processed foods) can positively contribute to your health in more ways than you can imagine. Snag one of our cookbooks if you’re unsure how to start or want to recommit to your health. Know that if you have questions about your unique biochemistry, we’re always here to help.
Interested in learning more about the benefits of eating real food the Weight & Wellness Way? Check out these additional resources: