Everyday we make decisions about what kind of food we are going to eat and what kind of nutrition every food product will provide us with. It’s the nutritional choices which we make that will determine our overall health. Too much food can make us obese, while too little nutrition can lead to malnourishment. The right choices to good health are food products that are rich in nutrients and have a balanced amount of vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrates and a little bit of fat as well.

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Foods that provide us with such balanced are:

Whole Grains (rich in fiber) • Lean Meat • Poultry • Fish • Eggs • Beans • Nuts • Yogurt • Milk • Cheese • Colorful Fruits & Vegetables

But how do we maintain a well Balanced Nutrition Lifestyle, if our busy lives or common food allergies stand in our way? Many of us tend to skip meals because of work, our kids etc: and we deprive ourselves of important nutrients that can ultimately negatively affect our health. And on the other hand we have 8 popular foods that are responsible for more than 90 percent of food allergies: Eggs • Milk • Peanuts • Wheat • Seafood • Soybean Such allergies have severe effects on people’s daily lives because they can affect several bodily systems, and these responses are caused by a particular individuals intolerance that’s derived from an immunological mechanism and have the potential to induce a life-threatening reaction. This leads people to look for food allergy alternatives, but it’s not always easy. The only true treatment for a food allergy is to avoid the allergen altogether, but can be difficult when you’re allergic to commonly consumed foods like milk, eggs and wheat. Luckily, we have so many food allergy alternatives and meal boosters on the market that we can get the same nutritional value from and still maintain our overall health. Products with labels such as Non-GMO, Vegan, Gluten-Free meal replacements, fiber boosts, snack bars, protein shakes, vitamin & mineral supplements for your Daily Health.  


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  1. I can’t imagine what it would be like to be allergic to something that I love eating. My brother has been allergic to eggs his whole life that I can remember. I really believe in trying to eat nutritionally because it is important to keep your body strong like your immune system for one. So yeah all information that helps you maintain a good diet is great. I hear a lot of people saying they drink boost or ensure. Does that help out well? Thanks for the information.

    1. Hi Ronnie
      Meal replacements are great, as long as they are used no more than twice a day. A real nutritious meal is best. I find that when I’m on the go, it’s quick and easy to prepare (mix with water in a shaker) and you know it consists of the right amounts of vitamins and minerals. It can also be helpful when trying to lose weight. As for Boost & Ensure, I have tried both a while ago. It’s just a different product all together. Way too sweet, Not Botanically based, Not Vegan, certainly not as rich in minerals & vitamins as I would like it to be. It’s definitely an inexpensive way to go, thus the quality. I have never used Boost nor Ensure in long term. When I needed to see results I went for a product which I trusted more and had great reviews with proven results which I mentioned in my post. Hope this helps Ronnie.


  2. Thank you so much for the post. I’m trying to go to the gym everyday to stay in shape, but most of the time don’t due to lack of discipline LOL.

    So I really need these foods and eat healthy to stay in shape while I don’t workout and skip certain days haha….

    Will also definitely check some of your links out, they look like they could really help me out…

    Thanks again!

  3. I can’t believe how informative this this article is. I use to think of myself as a health and nutrition junky, and then I fell off…lol…I’m now back on track and in my search for articles that may help me, I’ve come across this one. Thanks for taking the time to share this with me and everyone. This has been a treat to read.

  4. Good Article,

    I deal with a number of neuromuscular conditions that took forever to diagnose. And although they never found a serious food allergen to be an issue, when I first got ill I found the thing that helped out the most was fixing my diet – I started eating in smaller portions, added fruits and/or vegetables into my cooking plans, cut down on the amount of snack-like food I was eating as well as the fast food. Really just keeping everything in moderation, but it helped a great great deal.

  5. Hi Agnes,
    Thank you for the detailed article. I know there are a lot of meal replacements, though I am always scared to get any as I cannot get the idea that there might be something better than actual food.
    Have you tried any of these products? I think I am interested in the sport one, as I would like to increase my performance in the gym and might need a little bit of boost. What is the ingredient label on that one? I cannot have sugar due to the intolerance, so wonder if sport one contains it.
    Thank you.

    1. Hi Anna
      The PhytoSport Collection has the following Ingredients:
      NON-MEDICINAL INGREDIENTS: sodium gluconate, citric acid, silicon dioxide, natural orange flavour, natural pineapple flavour, stevia rebaudiana leaf, maltodextrin (non-GMO), calcium phosphate dibasic.

      Looks like the sugar substitute is Stevia.
      Hope this helps Anna, thank you for your comments.

  6. Hi Agnes. This couldn’t come in a better time, now the summer is nearly upon us. It just means I will be doing a lot more walking and watching what I will be eating. I’m currently working on a weight loss program. this is gold dust and I definitely bookmark this and come back to it again. thanks for sharing this

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