As a health-centered business, you’ve know about the importance of a balanced diet in addition to proper exercise and supplements. In regard to this article, a balanced diet pertains to understanding portion size and the recommended daily intake of different food groups. Despite the ever-changing food pyramid and differing expert opinions, one crucial food group continues to be protein, which you most likely emphasize to your patrons. Sharing the right information about protein improves your perceived authority and client retention.
Protein typically hovers around the middle of the food pyramid, indicating a moderate daily intake. In a typical day, proteins make the foundation of many meals (meat, eggs, etc.), leading some people to eat beyond the recommended amount. Does that have negative consequences? Are there good and bad types of protein?
Refresh your knowledge of protein with these fact or fiction statements that your clients may ask you to verify:
The facts surrounding protein go far beyond these basics, but this provides a solid foundation on which your clients’ knowledge can grow. Consider creating an informational packet or flyer for each food group, including common myths and helpful facts like these. And if the ultimate goal of your clients is weight loss, direct them to incorporate products with CardiaSlim® into their diet and exercise routine. CardiaSlim® is an herbal blend with cardiovascular as well as weight loss benefits.
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