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The Law of Human Nutrition


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Written by Julia

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Are you gonna eat that?!

Sometimes we just eat without thinking. But does that really help us in the long run?  Well, it can, but only if we are stocked up appropriately in the pantry and the fridge!  There’s a thing called the law of human nutrition that goes like this:  “If a food is in your possession or located in your residence, you will eventually eat it.” Even if you don’t plan to eat it, or you don’t WANT to eat it, if it’s there, you WILL eventually eat it.  So, because of this very real law of human nutrition, if your goal is to be healthy and lean, you HAVE to stock your home with foods that will help you stay on a healthy eating program and you MUST remove all the foods that aren’t part of that plan.  Fill your shelves with a variety of better, healthier choices to make staying on the road to health easier.  Say goodbye to highly processed snacks (think chips, fruit and granola bars, crackers, cookies, etc.) and switch them out for raw, unsalted nuts; avocado, whole grains, fresh fruit and vegetables, high quality lean meats, etc.

It shouldn’t feel like rocket science, but it may take some trial and error before you get the hang of picking the right foods for your meals and snacks.  Read labels, choose foods that are the closest to their natural state (not processed) and are free of fillers, pesticides, chemical processing and artificial colors, sweeteners and flavors.

Now, are you gonna eat that?


For more help finding out about your optimal nutrition choices, contact Julia Darrah with Life In Motion Fitness at 785.806.2410 for a free consultation today!

About the author
Julia has been a certified personal trainer since 1999 with personal training certifications from the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and the National Exercise Training Association (NETA). She has been a certified group exercise instructor since the early 90's with certifications from NETA and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). She has owned and operated a private personal training business since 2010. With her extensive experience in the fitness field, she has been successful in developing strength and conditioning programs for individuals in a variety of age groups from teens to seniors.
~ Julia ~