Tips For Keeping Summer Healthy from a Top Nutrition and Wellness Counseling Center Right Here in Delaware County

MeriWellness, a Delaware County Nutrition and Wellness Counseling Center located in Springfield, PA is offering their Top 3 Tips for staying healthy this season to celebrate their first summer in business.

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Springfield, PA (PRWEB) July 09, 2014

MeriWellness, a Delaware County Nutrition and Wellness Counseling Center located in Springfield, PA is offering their Top 3 Tips for staying healthy this season to celebrate their first summer in business. Founder and dietitian Beth Meriwether offers the following quick tips to keep nutrition simple, fun, and delicious.

1.    Color, Color, Color! Include a variety of seasonal veggies and berries in your diet to provide important nutrients and water-rich foods for overall health. Eating lots of colorful, water-rich foods helps you stay fuller longer without adding lots of calories.
2.    Stay hydrated! Most of us just don't get enough water. Even mild dehydration can trigger a hunger response when we're not really hungry. Keep a water bottle with you as a reminder to drink water, even if you don't feel thirsty. If you are thirsty, you're already a little dehydrated
3.    Change up the BBQ! Some chicken or shrimp kabobs with colorful peppers, mushrooms, and onions are a tasty, healthy grilled treat. Summer is also the ideal time to get the freshest seafood catch. Try grilled salmon, tuna, lobster, clams, and calamari for a low calorie, protein-packed lunch or dinner!

Beth Meriwether believes that the best way to achieve optimum health is through a holistic approach, which takes a look at not only what we eat, but also how we sleep, work, and play.

MeriWellness works with clients to reach individual health and wellness goals in areas such as achieving ideal weight, reducing food cravings, better sleep, and maximizing energy. “My approach is not to dwell on “dieting” or “counting calories”, states Meriwether, “it’s not about deprivation, or “good vs. bad” foods. A primary goal for my clients is that they leave our nutrition program with an intuition and confidence in doing what works for them to look and feel their best.”

Currently, MeriWellness is offering a free 50-minute consultation by visiting http://www.meriwellness.com
and signing up online. To gain a better understanding of their holisitic approach, visitors can also download a free 2 chapter excerpt to Integrative Nutrition: Feed Your Hunger for Health and Happiness at http://www.meriwellness.com/my-approach-beth-meriwether

About Beth Meriwether
Beth is a certified Holistic Health Counselor with a Master of Science degree in nutrition. She maintains her status as a registered dietitian and certified group fitness instructor. Beth decided to become a health counselor to fulfill her passion of helping people identify and realize their individual nutrition and wellness goals for lifelong health and well-being.

Beth received her training at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York City, and is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Beth leads workshops and offers individual as well as group health and nutrition counseling to those ready to live their personal BEST.


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