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Living healthy is becoming more hip and cool. Celebrities are talking about it, people are trying to get on board. For me this is all good, anything that makes us want to live healthier is a good thing. But right now there are so many wellness trends, you’ve probably noticed and even been a part of some of them. Let’s examine them.
Do you have any idea what it might be? When people come to me to help them change their lifestyle, live healthier or even lose weight, the first thing I do is to assess them. I want to know what they’ve been doing. I want to investigate to understand them better, so that my solution and my plan suits them.
You’ve heard of the vegetarian diet, the paleo diet, the Mediterranean diet, the Atkins diet, the Cambridge diet, the blood group, honestly I could go on. There are so many diets that exists. But what about the Nigerian diet? What is it really good for? And can you live healthy and lose weight on it?
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I was on a radio show this week talking about wellness. Then I was asked to give my tips for eating healthy for people that have been struggling with imbibing healthy eating habits. After I was done with the show, the response was so amazing
Ugu (Fluted Pumpkin) is quite popular in Nigeria. It’s a staple in most soups, it is readily available and affordable. But we tend to overlook our own treasures and seek out things like Kale, collard greens, blueberries etc. I’m not saying that these are not good, but we have a lot of amazing health foods right here that we can enjoy. Maybe if we ate more locally produced fruits and vegetables we would find it more affordable to live healthy. My job is to educate you on these things. Ugu is amazing it is rich in protein, fat, β-carotene, carbohydrate, ascorbate, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, dietary fibre, copper, potassium, zinc, iron and calcium. Here are some amazing things that Ugu does:
We launched a column on our blog to address questions and issues raised by our clients that seeks medical solution in the Keek’s Pharmacy. We hope you find solution through the questions and response we provide.
A lot of people have been advising me to take supplements. They say that I don’t even need to be sick to take it. I just believe that I can get all the nutrients I need from food. So I want to know, do I really need supplements?
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