5 Rules for Every Healthy Eating Plan

Hey Doc, just tell me what to eat!

This is the statement I hear more than just about any other from women who've been diagnosed with prediabetes. The internet wants us to believe that good nutrition requires learning some secret formula for success, an it's full of confusing and conflicting information about what to do.

In this second of a 3-video series, let's look at the 5 rules every healthy nutrition plan will follow, so you can build a sustainable approach that will work for you.

If you missed part 1, please go here: https://youtu.be/-DQteIxc5kw‚Äč

Watch this 7-minute training to learn what you need to know.


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Author
Dr. Christopher Fox I am a board-certified endocrinologist in Superior, CO, and I have been in private practice since 2003. People I work with achieve success when they learn all the ingredients of healthy lifestyle and the system to consistently follow through on good intentions. I use my knowledge of endocrine science, psychology, neuroscience, and human behavior to help people make meaningful, lasting changes in their health that they can sustain long-term. I help people become the hero in their own life.

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