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Healthy Eating, Healthier You!

If one of your resolutions for this year was to eat better, you’re not alone. You’re also not alone in feeling overwhelmed with all the information out there and not knowing where to start, so you just don’t. Making changes to the things we normally consume is challenging in itself. Healthy eating doesn’t have to be complicated. With some simple steps and a lot of perseverance, a healthier you will emerge before you know it.

Start with Sensible Changes

When it comes to starting your journey of eating better, a healthy and sensible approach is a great place to start. Here are some easy tips you can use to help make it easier:

  • In general, a healthy diet contains a lot of fiber and is rich in whole grains, vegetables, and fruits.
  • Healthy sources of “good” fats are plant oils, nuts, and fish. Limit foods high in saturated fat and avoid foods with trans fat.
  • Eat more vegetables and fruits. Aim for color and variety.
  • Go easy on the milk and juice and hydrate often with good old H20.
  • Fish, poultry, nuts, and beans are the best protein choices.
  • Carbs from whole grains are better than no carbs at all.
  • Lower your salt intake by limiting or cutting out processed foods. suggests that half your plate should contain fruits and vegetables. Their website is full of resources that make choosing healthier options more manageable. Their personalized nutritional guidance quiz will tell you how many calories you should eat per day and what you need from each food group.

Chronic Conditions and Healthy Lifestyles

Having a chronic condition increases the need for a healthy lifestyle with your doctor’s treatment recommendations. Healthier choices can help you manage your condition better, reduce complications, and improve your quality of life.

Make a difference in your community by participating in clinical trials today

Synergy Healthcare is committed to improving care options for the many chronic conditions prevalent in our country today. We partner with patients like you to increase what we know about a condition so safer, more effective options can be available. We have studies enrolling individuals with heart disease, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), diabetes, and more. Get involved today! Call us at (941) 896-4948 or view additional information on our website.


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