6 Crazy-Smart Eating Tips

Next Gen in Nutrition.
Compiled by the Reboot Experts at Evolv Health.


Trusting our food was once easy to do.  Farm to table was a way of life.  No fancy packaging, marketing gimmicks, or unrecognizable chemical preservatives.

Now, to be healthy and choose healthy, we have to smarten up.  We have to read labels, shop the perimeter of the grocery store for the fresh stuff, brush up on our nutritional facts and wish we had paid better attention in biology class.

That’s a lot, so here is today’s quick smartening up activity — 6 crazy smart eating tips – easy to understand and easy to do.

  1. Instead of falling for the “natural” and “whole grain” marketing gimmick, opt to check the label noting the recommended serving size, the grams of sugar per serving (ideally not more than 6 grams) and the ingredients that are included. If you can’t pronounce them, try not to eat them.
  2. Like it sweet? Most people do, but try to avoid products high in fructose corn syrup.  Instead opt for small amounts of organic maple syrup, stevia, local raw honey or coconut nectar.
  3. Here’s a shocker — according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, at least half of our global population of children younger than 5 years old have at least one micronutrient deficiency. So what can you do about it?  First, take care of yourself and your family with a whole-food, fermented vitamin, mineral and probiotic supplement  (not synthetic substitutes), And better yet, select one that is socially conscious making your purchase part of the solution to childhood malnutrition.
  4. Make your own salad dressing. It’s easier than it sounds.  Just mix organic extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar.  Or organic raw honey with Dijon mustard.
  5. Avoid processed foods (mostly boxed and packaged). Choose whole foods such as fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds and healthy fats.
  6. Go ahead and eat that egg yolk. For the average healthy person, there’s no need to avoid eggs.  Eating a few eggs each week, can actually help promote cognitive function, heart health and give your body essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals.