I always wanted to do this because I think it is good to have information about a product you use. It is good to know that there are health claims for a product that you are using, even if it's a little hard to understand. I always try to answer the questions that people have by talking to experts, or just reading about it. This is my own experience of being a customer of various health products. I hope that it will be of some help to you.
The idea to write about my experience came when I was about to start my new job. I was so unhappy with my current job that I wanted to start with something different, so I thought of doing this blog to give me some motivation. I started it with a few questions: What is the difference between a "vitamin" and a "vitamin product"? What does "Health at Every Size" mean? What is "Food and Nutrition" and what does that mean? How much weight can a healthy person eat if he's overweight? Is it OK to eat more than 5,000 calories a day? What are the "nutritional benefits" of "healthy fats"? Are we consuming enough calories, protein, and carbohydrates? How can I eat more, and still be healthy? What is the "benefits" of eating more vegetables and less meat? What is a "nutritional "weight loss program?" And last but not least, what are the "benefits" of "sugar-free"? All of these questions have been answered by various experts in the industry.