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Nutrition is a fundamental step in attaining good health. As the saying goes, you are what you eat. This essential message remains well-understood in the healthcare community: what you put into your body on a daily basis in the form of meals and snacks is what keeps you going … and holds you back. We’re all looking for nutrition that will give us energy, make us feel good, improve our looks and prevent disease. But we also want to enjoy the food we eat. How can we reconcile these two desires?

With a new diet book making the bestseller list every time you open the paper and another health food guru spouting his new-found diet advice on every other talk show, where can a well-meaning woman like you find the truth? The truth is that no one diet is going to be the perfect solution for everybody. With different body types, genetic predisposition to diseases, activity levels, philosophies and much more, each woman has individual nutrition needs. And perhaps there isn’t a woman in the world who eats perfectly every chance she gets. But by keeping in mind the basic guidelines for nutrition, you’ll be able to make the right choices when it comes to your diet.