Consumers, both adults and children, are bombarded with misinformation about food and healthy behaviors. Most of the bad information is generated in order to make companies more profitable. Face it, the phone company would rather you stay up all night texting than getting a good night’s sleep, and food with high concentrations of additives lead to larger profits. Combating some of the misinformation and sharing the latest performance research can help your group meet their highest goals.
A weekly health writer since 2004, Tracy can simply communicate complicated health ideas to your intended audience. Words have the power to influence, but only if the content is easily understood.