Diet & Nutrition Counseling for Better Health
It’s often said that we are what we eat. Just as your car needs the right fuel to run properly, so does your body. Yet, many people take better care of their cars than their own bodies. Your primary care physician is most often the best source of reliable diet and nutrition information. For most people, a healthy diet is balanced with the right combination of lean proteins, complex carbohydrates and fats. These are called macronutrients.
We also advise you to avoid or reduce your intake of simple carbohydrates like sugars and starches that are often contained in packaged snack foods, potato chips, cereals, white bread, white rice and pastas. At Northeast Primary Care, good nutrition is about providing optimal fuel for your body.