Pilates Nutritionists Pasadena TX

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Texas Medical Center Alternative Care
(713) 790-1122
7505 Fannin Street, Suite 210
Houston, TX
Weight Management, Stress Management, Sports Medicine, Physical Exercise, Pharmacology, Nutrition, Naturopathy, Immunology, Herbal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease
Membership Organizations
American Holistic Medical Association

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Linda Chase
4119 Montrose Boulevard, Suite 220, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
Christina Kontos
(713) 256-1538
1501 Crocker Street, Suite 1, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
Noel C. Gonzalez
726 W. 17th Street, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
Danielle C. Ellis
2611 FM 1960 West, Suite D 101, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
Meredith Cook
4801 Woodway Drive, Suite 225 East, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
Rebecca Compton MEd
(713) 524-2899
4200 Montrose Blvd., Suite 510, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
Karen L. Brune
1300 Post Oak Boulevard, #1620, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
Jana Rosenbaum
1501 Crocker #1, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
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9660 Hillcroft, Suite 202, Houston, TX
Houston, TX
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How to Eat a Rainbow

Pilates-Pro wants you to be healthy before you step onto the mat. That’s why we have another article on eating healthy (and colorful) meals. Enjoy!

It can be hard to maintain a healthy diet. Counting calories, deciphering ingredients – it can all get overwhelming. Well, forget that. We want to share one of the most basic ways to determine a healthy meal – just use your eyes.

See, the natural pigments that give foods like fruits and vegetables their color also have beneficial nutritional properties. By including foods in a variety of colors, you can add nutrition and vitality to any meal. We want you to literally eat a rainbow every day!

So why is it important to eat a rainbow and not just your favorite fruit or veggie? Well, a study in the medical journal, Nutrition states that the variety of vitamins and antioxidants absorbed from a range of sources can, even in small amounts, provide greater health benefits than consuming only a few types of vegetables in large quantities. Here are some good places to start:

Red. Colored by lycopene, red foods like cherries, beets, grapefruit, watermelon and even red potatoes and wine help reduce risk of several types of cancer, including prostate cancer. 

Orange. Colored by carotenoids, foods like mangos, persimmons, apricots, yellow apples and sweet corn are vital to healthy eye sight and may reduce the risk of heart related diseases.

Green foods are colored by chlorophyll and lutein. Honeydew melon, onions, limes, kiw...

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