Personal health and nutrition is growing in public awareness all across the country. More and more, people are turning to nutrition experts to find out ways that eating right can help them be healthy and stay healthy. And it’s not just “health nuts” that are trying to eat organic foods and use natural remedies. More people are starting to understand just how eating right can do more than just give you the vitamins and minerals your body needs, it can prevent and fight disease, improve your memory, and keep your body balanced and healthy.
Rory M. Celmin, a Sports Nutrition Specialist, recently wrote a book that is an essential reference, telling you what you should be eating and why. His book, Nature’s Nutrition – A Comprehensive Resource Guide for Super Foods, Natural Supplements and Preventative Health, was recently named as a finalist in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Diet/Nutrition/Food category.
Celmin’s book has valuable resources such as the most popular food guide pyramids (they do seem to change a lot these days), the glycemic index, and a list of gluten-free foods. It also includes the mercury content found in fish and shellfish, the amount of pesticides found on produce, as well as fifty “super foods” and supplements that can be taken for over one hundred common degenerative disorders. On top of all of this, readers can find out how important organic foods are for improving our nutritional intake, different options to detoxify safely, and how to combat intestinal parasites. Celmin also explains how eating the right types and amounts of foods can help your body heal itself.
Nutritionists can look to the book to learn more ways to help their patients and clients promote good health as well. It is a great reference to show how eating right can help promote our body’s natural functions, improving health and increasing longevity.
While everyone knows the old adage about an apple a day keeping the doctor away, it can be hard to implement healthy eating practices into our crazy, hectic daily routines. Celvin wants to ensure that the public has easy access to simple ways that we can make decisions about what we eat that will impact our lives for the long run.