These three simple things will help keep you healthy, ready to fight illness

Now is a time for fruits, vegetables and nourishment, nutritionist says

A dish, created by certified nutritionist Korynn Snidar, consists of baby broccoli, blueberry, avocado, feta and two over medium eggs.
A dish, created by certified nutritionist Korynn Snidar, consists of baby broccoli, blueberry, avocado, feta and two over medium eggs.

We all spend much of our time at home right now, but the one place we’re still going is the grocery store. It’s a necessity – we’ve all got to eat.

It’s true that all kinds of frozen foods are easy, and they’re sustainable for quite some time, but what we are feeding our body can have a big impact on our overall health.

Korynn Snidar, a certified nutritionist with a B.S. in human nutrition and dietetics, said what people should be eating always, and especially now, are fruits and vegetables, as well as making it a point to stay hydrated.

“Now is not the time for keto or fasting. It’s a time for fruits, vegetables and nourishment,” said Snidar, who also owns Lovely Meal Prep.

Her resounding suggestion at any time is that, to be healthy, you simply must eat your fruits and vegetables. That is key.

Korynn Snidar, a certified nutritionist and owner of Lovely Meal Prep.

“People don’t believe it’s that simple,” Snidar said. “People say, ‘It can’t be that easy.’”

But it is.


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