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As we get older, we sometimes hear that digestive issues are just a part of life. After all, life gets a lot more stressful when you add a parter, kids, careers, activities, and any semblance of a social life to the mix. Getting busier often means that home-cooked meals (and healthier options) feel out of reach.
But, when we do not prioritize our nutrition, the effects can be less than stellar and often embarrassing. We can experience gas, bloating, burping, lethargy, zapped energy, and all kinds of issues in the bathroom.
That’s why, just like it’s important to be intentional about what we bring into (and keep in) our homes, it’s even more important to be intentional about what we eat and put into our bodies.
Helping us make sense of all the nutrition lingo, buzzwords, and information is my good friend, Laura Marzen. Laura is a registered dietitian as well as a nutrition coach, recipe developer, health enthusiast, and creator of Fresh Food Bites. She is on a mission to help women feel their best and overhaul their lives through their nutrition and the food that they eat.
But what I love about Laura is that she walks the walk.
She is a wife and a mom of two busy kids, so she knows how challenging it can be to not only get food on the table when everyone is super hungry, but also how difficult it can be to get the kids to eat the well-balanced healthy meals that she makes. Over the course of the past several years, Laura has made big shifts in her eating mindset and lifestyle to improve her overall gut health and overcome some pretty annoying digestive symptoms of her own.
I love that I can ask her anything about nutrition.
This episode of Wannabe Minimalist will also help you discover:
The 4 pillars of health that Laura says we all need to focus on
Simple habits you can start doing right now to improve your energy
Why Laura hates the saying everything in moderation
How you can work your favorite foods into your diet
The easy way Laura recommends creating meals
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