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Are You Truly What You Eat? by Rachelle Nayre

You are what you eat. How true is this statement? 

Consider for a moment the complex relationship between nutrition and vitality. A diet rich in whole foods, such as fresh fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains forms the foundation of optimal health. These foods provide essential nutrients to support digestive health, strengthen immunity, and enhance mental clarity. 

In a world filled with fast food and convenience meals, it's easy to overlook the importance of mindful eating. Despite the perception that healthy eating comes at a premium, nourishing our bodies do not break the bank. 

One effective strategy for reducing expenses is to purchase staple items such as rice, beans, and oats in bulk. Opting for seasonal fruits and vegetables can reduce costs and ensure a consistent supply of these essential items. Choosing seasonal produce also ensures freshness and high quality. In addition to fresh produce, frozen and canned options without added sugars or salts can provide nutritious and convenient selections. Planning meals, sticking to a shopping list, and preparing meals at home are effective strategies for saving money and making healthier food choices. 

Making small adjustments to your diet can yield significant benefits without putting a strain on your budget. Incorporating more whole foods and minimizing the consumption of processed options can lead to gradual and sustained improvements in well-being. A well-balanced diet not only fuels the body but also acts as a shield against chronic diseases and promotes overall well-being. By prioritizing nutritious choices, it becomes clear that what we eat profoundly impacts what we are.


1. Landry, Matthew J., et al. "Cardiometabolic Effects of Omnivorous vs Vegan Diets in Identical Twins: A Randomized Clinical Trial." JAMA Network Open, 2 June 2023,

2. Dimitropoulos, Stav. "You Really Are What You Eat, Science Says." Olive Oil Times, 10 Jan. 2017, 9. 

3. Simson, Rachel. "10 Tips for Eating Healthy Without Breaking the Bank." Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, 8 Apr. 2017, reaking-bank.

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