Who remembers saying this sentence even once in their lifetime? I know I’ve said it more often than once.
Most often, all we want is something to fill our stomachs. It doesn’t matter what. We eat to satisfy hunger so anything goes and I get it. While feeding yourself is necessary to keep you alive, eating anything just so your stomach feels full can be detrimental to your health. Worst case scenario, this can shorten your lifespan.
What you feed your body matters. Your body is not a trash can, so do not feed it trash. If you continuously eat fast and junk food, drink sodas and sweetened beverages all day, you’ll ruin your health. Life is too short to waste it on junk.
Nourish your body. Feed your body with wholesome fresh foods packed with vitamins and minerals. Foods that will repair and strengthen you. Foods that will boost your metabolism. Your will thank you. You’ll feel light, alert and full of ‘joie de vivre’. Looking for a healthy dish to try? You’ll enjoy this nutrient-rich vitamin-rich burger for lunch or dinner.
You have the ability to change your health – to change your life. Feed your body with foods that nourish.
Hi I'm Zee, I started SUPA because I'm passionate about helping people enjoy wholesome health from their heritage. I create healthy recipes and smart tools to empower you live your healthiest and most enjoyable life as I share my journey of faith, food, fitness and fashion with you.
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The Information in this website is not intended as medical advice or to replace a one-on-one relationship with qualified healthcare professionals. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and Information from the personal research and experience of the Shape UP African team. We encourage you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional before attempting to treat any medical condition with diet and lifestyle.
Always ask your doctor before making any changes in diet especially if you have an existing medical condition. We recommend you check with your doctor before starting any new diet or fitness program.
The Nutrition Information provided in this Website is approximate and based on a 2000-calorie diet. Nutrition data was obtained from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 22. Actual Nutrition values may vary depending on the size of produce, freshness, processing, geographic Region, and season.