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Nutrition Tips for 2023

It’s easy to feel bombarded by the latest healthy eating trend or buzzworthy ingredient. But good nutrition is really about consistently choosing healthy foods and beverages. With healthy eating patterns, it’s possible to enjoy food and beverages that reflect your preferences, cultural traditions, and budgetary considerations.

Tips for a healthy diet in 2023: 

  • Bump up your Fiber intake
  • Increase Calcium and Vitamin D 
  • Add more Potassium **People with chronic kidney disease and people taking certain medications may have too much potassium in their blood, speak with your doctor before making a change to your Potassium intake**
  • Limit added Sugars
  • Replace Saturated Fats
  • Cut back on Sodium
  • Keep Hydrated **At a minimum 4-6 cups per day**
  • Limit Sugary drinks
  • Limit processed foods 

** Please note that fluid intake & Potassium intake needs to be done in consideration of your current health condition diagnosis and discussed with your primary health care provider.

Healthy eating emphasizes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, dairy, and protein. A healthy and balance diet can have great overall effects for your health and wellbeing. You should always consult with your doctor before making any major changes to make sure the choices are right for you.


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