The Focus of Stay Well Now
Hi friend, you’re most welcome to Stay Well Now, the only blog that is concerned about the food you eat and how it affects your health. The primary aim of this blog is to provide unadulterated information about food, nutrition, health and fitness to rightly educate you in very simple language.
A lot of us have many questions about food, nutrition, health and fitness yet; we seldom get the right information to be able to make well-informed decisions which will encourage the right mindset towards food without compromising our health. It is for this reason that I write this blog so that as a professional food scientist and a trained nutritionist, I can furnish you with well-researched, accurate, relevant, relatable, timely and entertaining facts about the core focus areas of this blog to improve your health and consequently to improve food and nutrition security.
What to expect
Beyond providing top-line articles containing the right information about food and your health, you will also be engaged on social media via the Stay Well Now accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram; with bite-sized information on food, nutrition, health and fitness in the coming weeks. Some of these will come with the following hashtags: #FunFactFriday, #IBetYouNeverKnewThis and #Food4Performance.
You only live once (YOLO)…that’s why the father of medicine, Hippocrates said “let your food be medicine and your medicine be food”. You can’t get it wrong when you follow my posts. You will always leave well-informed and wanting to come back because even the examples of food items are not strange to you. Each post is bespoke; tailored to suit your needs whether you are a nutrition aficionado or a health conscious person or even a tyro to all of these, Stay Well Now is the place to be.
What you have to do
Enjoy my posts here, share them with your friends and never hesitate to post your comments and your questions. I’ll be glad to have them…And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to become a “Stay Weller” to receive updates in your email and follow Stay Well Now on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Stay Well Now… a better you!