As I pen this blog from a hotel room on a business trip to Northern California, I thought I’d continue last week’s thread how to stay on track with healthy eating habits even when work, travel, and family obligations conspire to derail you. Today, appropriately, I’ll offer suggestions while on the road.
How do you keep your health on track when work, travel, and family obligations derail even your best efforts to eat a healthy diet? If you’re like a reader from last week’s article on the five health defense systems that protect us from disease, you might be wondering the same. I’ve certainly had my own share of struggles staying on track but I’d argue a great place to start is to train yourself to not get hungry.
Today, I wanted to briefly discuss how diet can positively impact health. It should serve as a fitting conclusion to a series over the past few months on this Manufacturing Peace of Mind™ blog where we’ve covered a broad range of health-related topics from fat and the keto diet to heart disease and the search for unbiased healthcare advice.