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Stop counting calories and start counting nutrient value. 

Do you count the calories in your food? do you count the nutritional value in your foods? 

Just because something is higher in calories does not mean you should avoid it. some natural foods may have a higher/level calorie content than processed foods but it's packed with nutrients that our bodies need.  it's not just carbs, fats, proteins and fibres that we for our bodies. 

Have you ever considered the amount of zinc, vitamins  (a,b,c,d,e,k), b vitamins, folic acid, omega 3&6, calcium , magnesium , iron and many more that your body needs to function day to day. 

The foods we put into our bodies are what fuel us, we gain so many health benefits from eating to the needs of our bodies. Collagen production, uv protection, cancer prevention, hair loss prevention and so much more. 

Do you suffer from acne, frequent colds or infections, dry or flaky skin, back pains, joint pain, loss of muscle tone, lack of energy, nosebleeds, constipation, insomnia, headaches, anxiety, depression or anything else? Have you ever considered the impact your diet has on these? 

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