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Healthy Eating Gives You the EdgeMaintaining a good diet not only improves your health, but it also gives you an edge over your competition. From more energy to improved clarity and focus, a healthy diet is a key part of personal success. Read on to discover how eating well can benefit you:

Healthy Diet and Brain Function
Science confirms the effects that a healthy diet has on the brain; eating well not only improves day-to-day cognition and mental clarity, but it can also prevent against brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. In addition to the right nutrients derived from fruits and vegetables, healthy fats and omega 3 fatty acids—particularly those that are found in olive oil, avocados, and coconut oil—are all key to healthy brain function.

Eating Well Gives You More Energy
Not only will eating well help your brain stay sharp, but eating well also provides you with the energy that you need to do everything from exercise right to run a company. Processed foods that are high in carbohydrates and sugars provide a quick burst of energy, only to be followed by a physical energy drain (as well as a mental and emotional drain, too). For sustained energy levels, natural and raw foods, including nuts, fruits, veggies, and other healthy sources of fat are the answer. What’s more, snacking frequently throughout the day and eating small, frequent meals rather than a few large meals also helps to maintain energy levels.

The Connection Between Diet, Emotion, and Mood
Finally, eating right helps to contribute to emotional stability and mood support. Too much sugar in the diet can actually lead to symptoms of withdrawal, leading to an emotional roller coaster, trouble sleeping, and depression. The same is true when the body doesn’t have enough nutrients and omega 3 fatty acids; hormonal imbalances, leading to moodiness and emotional decline, can result.

Improve Your Diet Today
In addition to eating well, don’t forget the importance of incorporating movement into your daily routine, and taking time for mental health, too. To start improving your diet today, give up processed foods and turn to raw, natural foods as your primary fuel source now!

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