“If I eat my vegetables and workout once in awhile I’ll be fine…”

Most people think this. Most people are wrong. While this plan might be enough to sustain the energy you need to perform your daily routine, it won’t boost your energy.

And, while the plan might be enough to keep your heart healthy and your weight maintained, it won’t help you shed those last few pounds or perform optimally at your next corporate softball game.

Do You Really Know The Numbers?

Plus, do you really know how many vegetables and fruits you are supposed to be eating and for how long and at what frequency you should be exercising? According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Pyramid, we should be eating 2-4 servings of fruit and 3-5 servings of vegetables per day. Buying and preparing 9-13 servings of fruits and vegetables every day can be overwhelming—and expensive. On top of that, health professionals agree that we should be exercising for 30-60 minutes 3-7 days per week. And that this exercise routine should incorporate cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility training. Overwhelmed yet? Don’t be. Health Connection can help you meet these requirements with a plan that works for your lifestyle (and doesn’t require you to be eating carrot sticks and apples every hour).

Whether you are a CEO who wants to institute a corporate wellness program, a school administrator who wants to teach healthy eating habits to students, or an individual trying to increase your quality of life in today’s busy world,
Health Connection
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