Fuel For Your Body
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Both sides of our family have had roots in North Carolina since early 1800's. The idea for FUEL FOR YOUR BODY began in JANUARY 2013.  We opened the doors with a different set of ideas. We want to promote health and help our community by having a healthier alternative to fast food. We have a broad menu of Fuel for Your Body and welcome all who already live the life…We also want to help those who need a healthier diet due to health conditions. We cater to everyone and those who need to make a lifestyle change to Gluten Free or the Mediterranean diet , which are two diets that some physicians have highly recommended to their patients. Fuel for Your Body would like to help you get into the habit of eating healthier if you don’t already. When you want a healthier lifestyle Fuel it at Fuel for Your Body, exercise and get plenty of rest. Live, love, laugh and share the love of a healthy lifestyle.

We support our local farmers. Fill free to come by or give us a call

Fuel For Your Body
1170 Wyke Rd. Shelby NC 28150 
Located Just Down The Street From The YMCA
(704) 406-9102

We Are Not A Fast Food Restaurant We Are A Healthier Alternative to Fast Food and a Quality Restaurant That Cares About Our Customers.





WE ARE OPEN FOR BREAKFAST & LUNCH Mon-Fri 11:00am-4:30pm 
SOON TO OPEN ON WEEKENDS 

Contact Fuel For Your Body
At Fuel For Your Body, our attentive staff is available Monday through Friday to answer your questions and ensure you are 100% satisfied.
Fuel For Your Body
1170 Wyke Rd. Shelby NC 28150 
Located Just Down The Street From The YMCA
(704) 406-9102
Hours
Monday-Friday
Saturday
Sunday
11:00AM-4:30 PM
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Directions from the Hwy 74 -Start out going north on S Lafayette St/NC-18 toward E Marion St/US-74-BR. Turn right onto E Grover St/NC-18. Continue to follow NC-18 Turn right onto Wyke Rd. We are on the right just past Jefferson Elem.
Directions from Fallston Start out going south on Fallston Rd/NC-18 until you come to the stop light on Fallston Rd/Wyke Rd Turn left onto Wyke Rd, We are on the left just past Jefferson Elem.
Directions From Cleveland Community College-Starting from the traffic light on S Post Rd/NC-180 and E Marion St- Turn onto E Marion St. Turn right onto Cherryville Rd/NC-150. Take the 3rd left onto Wyke Rd. Past the YMCA.  Make a left turn just past Shelby Manor.  We are located 1170 WYKE RD next to Shelby Eye Center    
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Contact us about fundraising, catering and special events.
Valentines Day is just around the corner and what better way to get your antioxidants than with decadent chocolate and ripe, juicy strawberries. 

We also have other chocolate treats as well. Treat your Valentine to these delicious treats or you can enjoy them here at Fuel For Your Body.

Give us a call and place a special order or we can make up a Valentines Basket   for you.
Whats happening in February 


Mediterranean Diet Most healthy diets include fruits, vegetables, fish and whole grains, and limit unhealthy fats. Following the Mediterranean diet may lead to more stable blood sugars, lower cholesterol and triglycerides, and a lower risk of heart disease and other health problems. The Mediterranean-style diet has fewer meats and carbohydrates and more plant-based foods and monounsaturated (good) fat than a typical American diet. If you're looking for a heart-healthy eating plan, the Mediterranean diet might be right for you... “Research has shown that the traditional Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of heart disease. In fact, an analysis of more than 1.5 million healthy adults demonstrated that following a Mediterranean diet was associated with a reduced risk of death from heart disease and cancer, as well as a reduced incidence of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases” according to the staff at the Mayo Clinic 
The Mediterranean diet: 
Plant-based meals, with just small amounts of meat and chicken, when they are used more servings of grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, and 
Foods that naturally contain high amounts of fiber
Replacing butter with healthy fats, such as olive oil
Using herbs and spices instead of salt to flavor foods
Limiting red meat to no more than a few times a month
Eating fish and poultry at least twice a week
The diet also recognizes the importance of being physically active and enjoying meals with family and friends. Remember to live love, laugh and share the love of a healthy lifestyle. 


Whats Happening in March
We like to give something back to the children in our community that's why we came up with the idea to give students a free scoop of ice cream for 1 A on their report card or a special award during the school year 2013 - 2014. 

We also offer an after school kids special on smoothies for only $2.50

704-406-9102
​We deliver lunch to local businesses Monday - Fri when a driver 
is available
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The importance of a Healthy Diet

Most of us don’t get enough nutrients from fruits and vegetables. The current recommendation for a healthy diet is to fill half your plate at each meal with fruits and vegetables. Do you get that much? Most of us do not, especially our children....Most of us suffer from a daily fruit and vegetable consumption gap. Putting the right foods into our bodies is a struggle. 





Fast food drive-thrus and all-you-can-eat buffets lie and wait on every corner. Perserveatives, fat, salt, and sugar have been added to almost every package on the shelf at the grocery store. Grabbing a bag of chips or a bottled of soda at the convenience store is easier than peeling an orange or tossing a salad.

The message is clear: We need more fruits and vegetables and other whole food-based nutrition in our diets every day. It's the one thing people agree that we can do to improve our health and reduce our risk of chronic diseases, such as stoke, cancer and heart disease. And that is what inspired us to open Fuel For Your Body, Promote Health and Wellness to our community as well as, our children.But healthy eating takes time, planning, and can cost a lot of money. With today's busy lifestyles – from busy moms to traveling executives to active seniors – it's easy to miss out on the nutrients we need from fruits and vegetables. That's why adding whole foods from Fuel For Your Body to your diet is an important step for you and every member of your family. It's a simple, affordable way to fuel your body with good nutrition.
SPRING INTO HEALTHY ACTION by JUCING FRESH WHOLE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
We have it all here at Fuel For Your Body...

The best way to reduce your risk of disease is to eat healthy. The right fuel in your body makes it run better. Fruits and vegetables are two key food groups known to contribute to better health. Fuel for Your Body puts more of the valuable nutrition from fruits and vegetables back into your diet.

Antioxidants from the Orchard 

Whole food based nutrition delivers powerful antioxidants that provide your body protection, because it relies on fruits and vegetables. According to the National Cancer Institute, antioxidants are “substances that may protect cells from the damage caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals. Examples of antioxidants include beta-carotene, lycopene, vitamins C and E and other substances. Many of these antioxidant substances come from fruits and vegetables.”

Did you know?
Part of a healthy diet, fruits and vegetables contain a powerful array of antioxidants that offer protection for our bodies. Beta-carotene is found in many fruits and vegetables that are orange in color, like carrots. Some green leafy vegetables, such as spinach and kale, are also rich in beta-carotene. 

Further More:

Lutein, best known for its association with healthy eyes, is abundant in green, leafy vegetables such as spinach and kale.
Lycopene is a potent antioxidant found in abundance in tomatoes.
Vitamin C is found in many fruits and vegetables such as apples, oranges, pineapple,  cherries, carrots, parsley, kale, broccoli, cabbage, spinach, and tomatoes.
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant found in green, leafy vegetables such as spinach and broccoli.

Whats Happening in January
The best way to reduce your risk of disease is to eat a healthy diet. It’s simple, healthy eating is about getting back to basics − by following the latest USDA guidelines can help you fill that hole in your diet through whole food based nutrition. 

We make it easy at Fuel For Your Body by Juicing whole fruits and veggies for you or mixing up a health fruit and veggies smoothie. Our homemade soup recipes are another way to get all those nutritious vegetables and nutrients while satisfying your hunger. Most of us suffer from a daily fruit and vegetable consumption gap. Putting the right foods into our bodies is a struggle. We make it easy at Fuel For Your Body by Juicing whole fruits and veggies for you or mixing up a health fruit and veggies smoothie. Our homemade soup recipes are another way to get all those nutritious vegetables and nutrients while satisfying your hunger. We make it easy at Fuel For Your Body by Juicing whole fruits and veggies for you or mixing up a health fruit and veggies smoothie. Our homemade soup recipes are another way to get all those nutritious vegetables and nutrients while satisfying your hunger. Most of us suffer from a daily fruit and vegetable consumption gap. Putting the right foods into our bodies is a struggle. We make it easy at Fuel For Your Body by Juicing whole fruits and veggies for you or mixing up a health fruit and veggies smoothie. Our homemade soup recipes are another way to get all those nutritious vegetables and nutrients while satisfying your hunger. 



Whats Happening in April