The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”
~ ann Wigmore
BY ADEOLA SONAIKE, PHD, MPH, CHES
The Family Resource Network launched The Center on Nutrition and Disability, which aims to further assist families and professionals with fostering a healthy relationship with food for people with special health care needs, chronic conditions, and their caregivers.
One of the biggest issues people face today when determining a healthier dietary routine is maintaining it. Many of us have pantries filled with remnants of failed diets and super cleanses; some of us are recent offenders in the plight to maintain our New Year’s Resolution. Two of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions are: “Being more physically active” and “Eating right.”
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