Everyday there are articles and adverts for healthy eating.  Unfortunately, many individuals ignore healthy eating.  It’s fairly obvious because fast food restaurants are around the world.  As we all try to become physically fit, it is impossible for many people to resist the commercials for fast food.  There are a few ways however to improve your overall wellness.  You may want to start by trying to find out if you have food sensitivity.  Part of healthy eating, in my  opinion, is to eat close to your blood type.  We are often allergic to various foods but we eat them without realizing it.  A  recent article on the internet showed a woman taking a before and after picture showing how bloated she was at night by eating a food she believed she was allergic to.  In the morning her stomach was no longer distended.  Obviously, we all have a few vices even if we know we are allergic.  Many people try eliminating coffee, alcohol and sugar.  It doesn’t always work for a variety of reasons.  Gluten and dairy tend to be inflammatory, but you may be of the blood type A/B that can eat everything.  It is also important to eat the rainbow of colors of vegetables.  There are easy ways to incorporate greens into your diet.  For example, if you are using leftover chicken or turkey,  you can make a salad or even a sandwich and simply add the greens.  The same applies to a burger.  A few greens add flavor.  The antioxidants in the rainbow of colors are one of the best steps to take towards healthy eating.  Broccoli has always been touted as one of the best green vegetables.  Not only does it have anti-aging qualities, it is full of fiber and folate which helps the digestive system and keeps you regular.  In addition, it has been suggested by the medical community that it helps reduce the probably of some cancers.  As anyone who has followed my blogs know, healthy eating was a given in the old west and the Good Gus series.  The books are available on Kindle worldwide exclusively.  If you are skipping healthy eating for today, feed your mind with a good read of “Misplaced Trust.” It is available on 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.  Congratulations to Nurse Joyce for landing a new job today!