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Good nutrition: a key part of your health plan.

You’ve probably heard the old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” We have nothing against apples, but healthy eating is a bit more complex. Researchers are always turning up new information about which foods are best for us, so nutritional guidelines keep changing and evolving. A nutrition education program is one of the tools your ArchWell Health care team can provide to help you improve all aspects of your health.

Talk to your doctor about which foods are right for you.

Some medical conditions require special dietary adjustments. A few examples are Type 2 diabetes, arthritis, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, Crohn’s disease, and ulcerative colitis. If you’ve been diagnosed with such a condition or are experiencing digestive issues, it’s important to discuss your concerns with your doctor. They can offer guidance on how to make healthy changes to your diet.

Additionally, if you’re considering significant changes to your diet, such as starting a new weight loss plan or taking supplements, it’s a good idea to talk with your doctor first to make sure the change is safe and appropriate for your individual needs.

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