Monday, March 30, 2009
Q. Glen, What are Super Foods?
A. The best way to feel super good is to incorporate super foods into your daily diet. What makes a certain food go from good to super? They are foods that play an integral role in preventing diseases by providing our bodies with health benefits beyond those of more common foods. Try adding a few of these superfoods: blueberries, oranges, spinach, sweet potatoes, broccoli, citrus fruit, wild salmon and tomato. Incorporating a variety of these foods to your diet will help you maintain weight, fight disease and extend your lifespan.
Glen's Bottom Line: What You Should Be Eating! ( Is Super Foods)
Any personal health questions or problems mental or physical or before starting any diet or exercise program. Please consult your physician !
My mission is to provide you with "Trusted Advice for a Healthier Life."
Yours in good health
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- Glen Edward Mitchell
- Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States
- Is the Founder of Fitness Builders 4 Life,the WorkOut GEM,G350,G180, G90, Eat 4 Life, Clean, Lean & Mean & Ask Glen. The mission of the Fitness Builders is to provide the community with health education and to empower people to change unhealthy lifestyles thereby increasing life expectancy. By educating the community on healthier lifestyle practices it is the intent of Fitness Builders to reduce the ravages of obesity, heart disease, cancer and other lifestyle or self inflicted diseases. Glen is also a AMA Certified Nutrition Specialist and a ACE, ACSM, NASM Certified Personal Trainer has 30+ years in Sports, Exercise Science and Nutritional Food Management, Learning and Mentoring Men and Women on a more Mental & Physical Healthy Life Style consisting of a low fat, low salt, Low carbohydrate, high protein, organic nutrition which also includes moderate exercise and mental awareness. Stay Informed, Live long and be Mentally and Physically Healthy! Any questions? Ask Glen!