Eat to Live: Advice about how Whole Foods can Improve Health

Today's column by Leigh Haynes gives encouragement to increase the amount of healthy, whole foods in to your diet to improve your health.

Posted
April 23, 2021
Healthy Meal being served

Eat to Live: Advice about how Whole Foods can Improve Health

Today's column by Leigh Haynes gives encouragement to increase the amount of healthy, whole foods in to your diet to improve your health.

Posted
April 23, 2021

You’ve probably heard the saying, “You are what you eat,” at some point in time. If you eat a slice of pizza, of course, you won’t turn into one. The expression is said to discourage people from engaging in unhealthy eating habits and to remind us that whatever we put into our bodies will affect our bodies in some way.

No discouragement here – only encouragement to increase the amount of healthy, whole foods into your diet and eliminate or significantly reduce foods that are not healthy, thus improving your level of health.

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Leigh Haynes is master’s level social work intern for Jewish Family Service in Houston. Upon graduation, she plans to seek employment as a mental health clinician and a hospital social worker in the cardiology department.

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