Many people hate good.
It does not matter that it is a so-called "over-consumption". (And yes, that is super beautiful.)
After all, you can't help what you like … or don't like.
But should you (or your customers) push for a "super food" even if you remember it?
While it is popular to put some foods on a pedestal above others, there is more to a healthy diet than the facts of the diet.
The context matters. Preferences matter. The goals are important.
It's never as simple as "good "against" evil"Or" healthy "versus" unhygienic ".
To show you why, we took a closer look at the five famous "superfoods" and their less publicized – and sometimes demonized – counterparts:
- It is supplemented with nutrients against royal lettuce
- Power Quinoa cereal versus plain old white rice
- Treating Cancer Blueberries Against Banana Starch
- Modern coconut oil over basic kitchen olive oil
- Fatty eggs that fight fat against total maturation that raises cholesterol … or perfectly balanced whole eggs against sad-tasting egg whites (depending on your point of view)
You may be surprised at what we found.
Our goal: To empower people to choose what they eat, depending on what is most important to them, not an arbitrary list of "food" rules.
This infographic will help you do just that.
Download this infographic for your tablet or printer to help you (or your customers) stop seeing food as "good" versus "bad".
If you are a coach or want to be …
Learning how to train customers, patients, friends or family members through healthy eating and lifestyle changes – in a way that helps them make better food choices, taking into account their preferences, goals and goals. their way of life – it's art and science.
If you want to know more about both, consider it Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification. The next group starts soon.
What is it?
The Level 1 Accuracy Certification is the most respected nutrition education program in the world. It gives you the knowledge, systems, and tools you need Really understand how foods affect a person's health and fitness. In addition, the ability to turn this knowledge into a thriving coaching practice.
Developed over 15 years and proven with more than 100,000 clients and patients, the Level 1 curriculum is only a beginning in nutrition science and coaching art.
Whether you're already in the middle of your career or just getting started, Level 1 certification is the springboard for you deeper understanding of nutrition, The the power to train, and the ability to convert what you know into results.
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Interested? Add your name to the template list. You'll save up to 30% and secure your spot 24 hours ahead of everyone else.
We will open positions in the next Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification on Wednesday, April 8, 2020.
If you want to know more, we've created the following preliminary list, which gives you two advantages.
- Pay less than everyone else. We like to reward people who are willing to step up their credentials and ready to commit to getting the education they need. So we offer up to 30% off the general price when you sign up for the resell list.
- Sign up 24 hours before the general public and increase your chances of getting a seat. We only open the certification program twice a year. Due to high demand, points in the program are limited and have historically run out in a matter of hours. But when you sign up for the resell list, we'll give you the chance to sign up 24 hours before anyone else.
If you are ready for one deeper understanding of nutrition, The the power to train, and the ability to convert what you know into results… this is your chance to see what the world's top training system can do for you.
The position of "Superfoods" versus "regular" foods: Why dietary elements don't tell the whole story. [Infographic] first appeared in Precision Nutrition.