Author: TreyAs a former Division I college athlete who played football for the Louisiana State University Tigers staying in shape is nothing new to Trey. Although training is important, Trey believes that good nutrition is as important, if not more important for optimal development, performance, and health. In addition to a Certified Nutritionist Trey is also a National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) Lifestyle Coach through the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Certified Nutritionist Trey Triplette started 3natural Bionutrition after receiving his nutritionist certification from San Francisco College under the guidance of Lisa Yamashiro, MEd, RD. As part of his training, he studied a myriad of nutritional aspects including but not limited to clinical nutrition, food service, food science, and nutritional biochemistry. While attaining his certification he took part in many nutritional research studies and projects. Additionally, he is certified as a National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) Lifestyle Coach and Diabetes Self-Management Training (DSMT) Coach through the American Association of Diabetes Educators. He then put his training and education into practice at community organizations and nutritional health centers such as the Children’s Council of San Francisco. He also actively supports the Vista Farmers Market, San Diego Ag in the Classroom, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, Camp Pendleton Armed Services, American Association of Diabetes Educators, Team Cal Baseball and Alpha Bridge Partners to name a few. Trey currently resides in southern California where he consistently takes part in continuing education seminars, training workshops, and reviews literary works to constantly reinforce and enhance his nutritional knowledge.

Healthy Summer Eating Made Easy: Fueling The Body, Mind, Soul

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Healthy Summer Eating Made Easy | 3natural Bionutrition

These days, it’s getting harder and harder to know what food products we can trust from natural flavors to plant-based diets, replica meat and more. Summer eating and meal planning can be especially difficult, if you have work commitments, various errands/chores, vacations and countless sporting events to attend.

So, if you want to boost your nutrition, physical and mental health this summer by making smarter choices, try incorporating some of the following holistic (i.e. natural), unprocessed foods into your and/or your family’s daily life. In this article, we will explain how to get started on your journey towards a energetic and fulfilling summer of healthy eating made easy.

The Pros and Cons of Plant-Based Diets

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Plant Based Diet | Climate Friendly or Unhealthy

Plant-based, vegan, and vegetarian diets have gained significant popularity due to their potential health benefits, reduced environmental impact, and ethical considerations regarding animal welfare. While these dietary choices offer numerous advantages, it is important to consider the potential negative effects, particularly related to deforestation and quality of ingredients. By analyzing both the benefits and disadvantages, you can make informed decisions about these dietary lifestyles.

100% Real Chicken – 14 Fast Food Restaurants That Don’t Use It

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100% Real Chicken - 14 Fast Food Restaurants That Don't Use It

Buzzwords and phrases like “premium” and “all-white meat” can be common in some of the biggest fast food restaurants around when describing their chicken. But the truth of what’s in these products can be a little more complicated.

It’s frustratingly common practice for chicken products in fast food places to not be made of 100% real chicken. Oftentimes, fast food restaurants will fill their food with additives and even other proteins, to keep costs down or to give their food a longer shelf life.

But which restaurants out there are doing this, and are there any fast food chicken products that you should avoid entirely? We’ve got all the answers you need right here.

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FLAVORS: The Shocking and Surprising Truth About Natural Flavors

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Natural Flavors Listed as Ingredient on a Bag of Food

Most people eat too much these days, and more than 2/3 of Americans are either overweight or obese as a result.

Processed, artificially and naturally flavored foods have a lot to do with this, as these chemicals make you eat food you normally would not want to eat and eat more than you normally would. This creates additional barriers and obstacles when trying to lose weight.

Additionally, a lot of people suffer from lack of energy, the inability to focus, NAFLD, poor sleep quality and other health ailments that are partly the result of the consumption of natural and artificial flavors.


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The genetic editing of plants to contain edible vaccines is well underway. Work is being done with bananas, potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, rice, wheat, soybeans, and corn. Companies like Medicago are using gene editing to turn plants into mini-bioreactors.

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