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In your 20's...diet, nutrition, exercise and supplements

20’s

In General….

 

Diet/Nutrition

A good diet is crucial at every age, but this phase of your life should focus on developing a diet that consists of whole foods that include vegetables, fruits, legumes, and whole grains

Make sure you are getting these nutrients through your food:

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Exercise (30minutes 5-7 days a week)

High impact cardio, muscle building exercising, resistance training

 

Supplements

 

Author
Dr. Denise Grobe ND Dr. Grobe is the True Harmony Naturopath that specializes in gynecology and gut health. She educates her patients on holistic and conventional options for various health concerns.

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