• 04-APR-2012

  • SOURCE: Porter Novelli Public Services

Health and Wellness Made Simple

SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I'm Brian Osuch. For many of us, improving our health and wellness means a change in lifestyle and of course diet. Dr. Melina Jampolis is a physician nutrition specialist and author of the "Calendar Diet." Melina, what's the most important thing a person can do when trying to eat healthier?

CUT: (Jampolis) Customize your diet plan. You need to have your own personal approach to behavior challenges, to eating what foods you actually like, to exercise, what exercise you'll actually do, and to supplementation, what you should actually take.

SCRIPT: What supplements do you recommend?

CUT: (Jampolis) I'm very happy to partner with Nature Made, the number one pharmacist recommended brand of Vitamin D and Fish Oil. Which are two things I recommend to most of my patients.

SCRIPT: We've heard a lot about seasonal eating, why is that important?

CUT: (Jampolis) Fruits and vegetables in season, especially if you buy local are more nutritious and less expensive. And it also makes sense in terms of what foods you eat, because you don't want to be eating a lot of salads in the winter and a lot of heavy soups in the summer.

SCRIPT: For more, visit nature-made-dot-com. That's Lifestyles from Nature Made.


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