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03/29/2013

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Anne,
Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I agree that people are so different that everyone needs to develop their own healthy eating plan. That's why I love what I do so much. I help people put together the puzzle for them.
Blessings,
Jenna

Anne Kelly

What a great subject. I have been wondering the same thing about my own eating history and habits. Congratulations to Chantelle and her Poppie for making permanent changes. I find that no matter how much I adopt a healthier lifestyles, the cravings for the unhealthy food never goes away.

It also seems that people are so different that there is no one solution for people. But I agree, the sooner and younger the change is made, the more likely it is to have a lasting impact.

I recently wrote about my own struggles with eating healthy, and some of the myths about food and costs.

http://enhancethehumanexperience.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/do-you-struggle-with-healthy-eating-choices/

One helpful tips for people and parents is the Healthy Plate website: http://www.choosemyplate.gov/

Kelly

Congratulations, Chantelle, for adopting a healthy lifestyle and motivating your Poppie to do the same! You are an asset to our profession! :)

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