If you are like most Americans, your New Year’s Resolutions include losing weight, eating better and getting healthy. If you’re not thinking about your eating habits, here’s some food for thought:
The average American is 36.6 years old and eats 1,996.3 lbs. of food per year – an average of 2,700 calories each day. That includes: 29 lbs. of French fries. 23 lbs. of pizza. 24 lbs. of ice cream. 53 gallons of soda, averaging about one gallon each week! Now add in 24 lbs. of artificial sweeteners and 2.736 lbs. of sodium, which is 47 percent more than recommended.
Now imagine that you replace those 29 pounds of fries and 23 pounds of pizza with fresh, whole foods and lean proteins. What difference would that make to your weight and your overall health? A huge one. Not only will you improve your heart health and reduce your risk for obesity and developing chronic health conditions, you’ll likely trim your waistline.
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