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6 Ways to Give Clients a Nutritional Boost

Nutrients are any substance – vitamins, minerals, fats, carbohydrates – that supply beneficial nourishment to the human body. The key word is “beneficial” because there are so many food ingredients that don’t offer any benefit and, in fact, act as a detriment to healthy living. These are most prevalent in packaged, processed foods.

As health experts and companies devoted to providing a health benefit to clients, it’s reflex to warn clients against consuming anything with a label of unrecognizable ingredients. The most widely used nutritional tip tells clients to replace canned and bagged goods with fresh produce. Fruits and veggies pack a punch of powerful vitamins and minerals that the body needs.

 

But just stating that little piece of health guidance doesn’t make it a reality. The true challenge: How do we help clients put eating more fruits and veggies into practice? Here are six ways to do just that, as well as being potential methods to incorporate your company’s health supplements!

 

  1. Smoothies – There’s something undeniably magical about a smoothie. It can take ingredients that seem contradictory, such as strawberries and carrots, and combine them into a flavorful, beneficial treat. Aside from fruits and veggies, smoothies can also contain yogurt, protein powder, and your mixable health supplements!
  2. Pizza – If your customers don’t care for a blender blitz, suggest a nutritional pizza. Constructing a tasty pizza doesn’t require meat, cheese, or even tomato sauce. It can be a low-cal meal of wheat flour crust, savory oils and herbs, and a mixture of chopped up veggies on top.
  3. Fruit Salad – Eating just one fruit on its own isn’t all that inspiring, but seeing a colorful bowl full of bite-sized, ready-made fruit pieces can be a nutritional temptation. No sauce, sugar, or whipped cream required.
  4. Mashed Meals – Veggies can be overpowering as a side-dish on a plate. For clients that have difficulty eating big helpings of nutrition, suggest dicing bits of broccoli, carrot, or another veggie of choice into meals with mashed potatoes or hamburger patties.
  5. Meatless Monday – Meat can be a filling food staple. However, by reducing or leaving meat out of a meal, clients can fill up on fruits and veggies instead.
  6. Breakfast Additions – Incorporate fruits as a topping on porridge, oatmeal, or cereal. Or, if you’re having an omelet, fill it with vegetable bits for extra flavor and nutrition.

 

Just as clients can sneak in a healthy daily serving of fruits and veggies using this guide, so to can they incorporate a natural supplement to improve overall health!

 

Popular health supplements offer clients the most for their money and goals, while maintaining convenience. If you’re designing a weight loss nutrition supplement, consider adding the ingredient Meratrim®. Meratrim® is safe, natural, and four times more effective than diet and exercise alone. Read more about Meratrim® and contact InterHealth with any questions at 1-800-783-4636.

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