There is more of an art to grocery shopping than just grabbing milk, eggs, and bread off the shelf. This millennium, retail grocers carry 40,000 more items than in the 1990s. 

Smart shoppers are well-informed and care more about healthy food choices. They’re on the lookout for gluten-free, low-fat, all-natural, diabetic friendly, heart-healthy, non-GMO, and other informatively labeled foods.

Customer science says the rise in both online food shopping and same day delivery service indicates that shoppers want to spend less of their time shopping in pursuit of overall convenience.

How do you shop for a healthy diet?

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Biohacking is a way to reduce oxidative stress in the body.

Optimizing nutrition is a form of biohacking that can help you fight back oxidative stress. Supplement your diet with Almased as a way to optimize your nutrition.

Sleep plays a significant role in anti-aging; Almased can help with getting quality sleep by supporting hunger hormones and healthy blood sugar levels.

Using Almased as a modified-liquid fast can help you biohack your health.

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Most of us are looking for more get-up-and-go. We grab a nearby energy drink, pop in at the nearest Starbucks, or score a ginseng tonic at the health store. Whatever it takes to keep going!

There are many natural ways to revitalize. Look to Almased for full-bodied nutrition to jazz up your energy stores as well as assist in weight loss, if needed.

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  • The condition known as brain fog is never normal – at any age.
  • Changes in lifestyle can reverse symptoms of brain fog. 
  • Nutrition plays a role in cloudy brain fog, and the Almased meal replacement has been scientifically shown to improve clarity. 

The latest National Health Statistics Reports published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reveal that the average weight, waistlines, and BMI of Americans have increased significantly in the last 18 years. The average weight of men and women aged 20 years and over has increased by 8 lbs and 7 lbs, respectively.

Trends in waistline and BMI are similar to weight, showing significant consistent linear increases of 2 inches or more. The increasing weight trends already have a major impact on our health as weight gain over time can lead to increased risk of chronic conditions.