Add these foods in to reach a healthy weight (part two)

In the previous post, we talked about the important role that magnesium and phosphorous play in maintaining or reaching a healthy weight. Today, let's look at two additional key nutrients that will help you be your best. Iron One of iron's most important roles is to make hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen found in red blood cells. When your iron is low, you may notice fatigue and lack of energy that doesn't allow you to complete your normal daily activities. Research finds a link between obesity and iron deficiency. When iron is restored to normal levels, weight loss is often a result. Get enough iron in your diet with these foods: Beef liver, chicken, turkey, tuna, chickpeas, lent

Add these foods in to reach a healthy weight (part one)

January is often about cutting out the junk- the sugar, the soda, the take out. This is an important part of a healthier lifestyle but it is equally important to add in the nutrients your body needs and uses to establish a healthy weight. Let's start with two nutrients that are linked to a healthy body weight: Magnesium Magnesium plays an important role in weight maintenance as one of it's jobs is to regulate blood glucose levels, as well as supporting healthy bones, immunity and many other roles. In one study, low magnesium was linked to obesity. Because low levels has been linked to high blood sugar, weight loss becomes much more difficult. Low magnesium can slow the growth of lean body m

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