Breaking away from the status quo diet that leaves most Americans prone to obesity and chronic disease doesn’t have to be an overwhelming feat. Small changes can add up to big health and wellness gains over time. Viewers can learn simple tips and hacks to greatly improve the nutritional power of their meals.

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  1. L&J

    Thank you; very informative. Will pay more attention to Omega-3 fatty acids.

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