We all are armed with intent to make good choices about how we nourish our body, mostly. But too often that intent gets clouded with options that fancy easy value over valuable nutrition.
Let’s face it, it’s a bad choice food world most of the time.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. In what’s becoming a transformation, consumers are demanding better choices for their food.
From the expanding food chain restaurants offering whole foods and more natural choices, to super market chains offering nothing but fresh, organic produce, the food world seems to be on the verge of health over convenience.
Into this world of choice, three things rise above all else in making good food choices. Information, ability, and commitment. [Total purchased article length: 725 words]