Why you should start thinking about the players behind the scenes

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“Both film and fashion are businesses where the audience doesn’t feel or see the work that goes on behind the scenes.” – Tom Ford

The same could be said about what makes a strong and healthy body.

A great movie has more than one awesome character.

It is like making a blockbuster movie in Hollywood. You need different characters. There is the big shot, the strong and ripped Mr. Protein Egger. Everyone (especially men) like him and some think they don’t get enough of him. Then there is the energy loaded Mrs. Carb O’Hydrate but no one can really figure out if she is bad or good. She sometimes drives her acquaintance Mr. Insulin crazy because he has to come in and clean up the excess sugar that she leaves behind. And then there are the neighbors, Mr. Sat Fat and Mrs. Mono Fat. They have a bad reputation and are considered to be unwelcome houseguests. Once you’ve invited them into your body, they never seem to leave.

To make a long story short, the concerns related to Mr. Protein Egger are overrated. Mrs. Carb O’Hydrate actually has two sides and the family Fat is not so bad after all. In fact they are quite lovely and know how to build beautiful and super useful and essential things like hormones and brain cells. There is just one exception to that family. It’s uncle Trans Fat, which you absolutely shouldn’t let into your body regardless how tempting it is.

A healthy body means teamwork. A crew of micronutrient.

So this is it, right? Great movie and all it took was a few characters. No, it was not! When you observe the credits at the end of the movie, it doesn’t stop after the main characters. It goes on and on and on. Okay, you might have an idea what Mr. Cal Cium might contribute strong scaffolding to aid in the foundation of the movie. Mrs. Sodium seems to have her fingers in everything, but what does she actually do? And then the list keeps rolling. Zinc, Sulfur, Iron, Vanadium, Potassium, Folic Acid, Niacin, Chlorophyll, Flavonoids … just to name a few. And they are all essential to make a complete movie. And these are the workers behind the scenes the stars thank first when they accept their Oscar, because they realize there would be no movie without their participation. Micronutrients are important to a healthy body.

To transform your very own personal life story into a wonderful, happy and healthy movie, you have to think about these individuals that have your back and are essential to health and happiness. They eliminate the waste and help to distribute the nutrients, lighten things up so you can see and think and they apply the natural makeup that makes you look beautiful.

Micronutrient matter.

Food consists not only of protein, carbohydrates and fats. If you want the full package of a healthy and happy body you have to start thinking about the whole crew working as a team.

MakingErnst.com can help you accomplish that and make you a star.

Why you should start thinking about the players behind the scenes by
Tanja Knapp
About the Author
Tanja Knapp

Tanja Knapp is an Explorer, Adventurer and Happiness Hunter currently camping in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. Her roots are in Germany where she grew up on a remote farm. A colony of abnormal cells in her cervix taught her the lesson that would change her life forever. Life doesn't get better by chance, it get better by change. She truly believes in creating happiness & health through constant adapting, growing and evolving. Her super power is curiosity. With her blog she likes to inspire others to explore uncharted territory.

If she is not busy writing, running, swimming or cycling, she is expanding her knowledge, exploring the World, and taking on new challenges.

She is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and graduated with an Honors diploma in Holistic Nutrition from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in 2013. She obtained a Hospitality certification in 1998 and a Marketing Communications diploma in 2004. She has worked both in Europe and North America.

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