We live in a fast-paced, productivity-driven society that is driven by Convenience, Familiar & Enjoyable choices.
If you want to be HAPPIER and HEALTHIER, then some lifestyle changes may need to occur! Let's face the facts that your cravings and taste buds run the show. This is where we at Raindrop Nutritional Institute come in. We will not only help you identify the things that are not working for you, but we help you implement new healthy habits that contribute to your overall healthier lifestyle & wellbeing.
We all have a tendency to live our lives based on what is Convenient, Familiar & Enjoyable. This does not always serve us well, especially when it comes to our nutrition. With a few adjustments, new tools & techniques, you can create a new palate that will help you find more Healthy, Convenient, Familiar & Enjoyable choices.
Advances have been made to help us get things done with maximum efficiency. But is the efficiency of the food we eat contributes to our greater health and wellness?
Chances are you are pushing yourself to your limits and simply surviving, not thriving. And I bet you’ve been justifying this behavior in your mind because it is what is expected and “normal” in our society. We help you learn how to Fuel the Body & Super Charge your life, not just feed your body and barely making it to the end of the day.
Some of the constant battles we face are proper balance & accurate information. Although there are wonderful advances & benefits, we must not become too far removed from our natural state and confused by the latest fads & trends.
Obesity is a common, severe, and costly disease!
- The prevalence of obesity was 42.4% in 2017~2018. [Read CDC National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) data brief]
From 1999–2000 through 2017–2018, the prevalence of obesity increased from 30.5% to 42.4%, and the majority of severe obesity increased from 4.7% to 9.2%. [Read CDC NCHS data brief]
Obesity-related conditions include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer that are some of the leading causes of preventable, premature death. [Read guidelinesexternal icon]
The estimated annual medical cost of obesity in the United States was $147 billion in 2008 US dollars; the medical cost for people who have obesity was $1,429 higher than those of normal weight. [Read paperexternal icon]