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Common sense.

Common sense cannot be overlooked.

We are quick to reach for our phone for answers.

Quick to seek the magic pill to our problems.

But more often than not, we know the answers already.

This is especially true when it comes to health and nutrition, the basic knowledge that many of us know never seems to be enough.

In reality, you can get by on the basics if practiced really well.

The basics account for the main slice of the pie, it's just about applying what you know - which is the hard part.

The search for perfection only grows as the ever-rising sea of information out there rises.

Which of course has its pros, which I'm grateful for as a "sponge" for knowledge.

But day-to-day decisions about our health and wellbeing can always be made on the basic common sense that we possess.

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