During our work together, we will look deeply at how you eat and how to optimize your food choices to achieve your health goals.
As your health improves, you’ll find yourself having fewer cravings for foods that don’t support your optimal health. Eventually you should be able to eat moderate amounts of many foods that were initially problematic.
“You started with my digestive system, which was a mess. I feel like eating again. Food no longer makes me sick. I am now getting the nutrition my body needs. I could not be more delighted.” — Susan
Start here: This must-watch video shows you just how powerful the rights foods can be. Yes, “must watch” sounds like hype. I promise, I wouldn’t waste your time.
Food is medicine! This article details the simple secret to ideal eating and not-so-secret foods that keep you healthiest.
Did you know that beets can help beat high blood pressure?
Here’s a great article about how to take your vitamins.
For the simplest, clearest view of best eating practices, check out Michael Pollan’s Food Rules.
Local Harvest, a national guide to farmers’ markets, farms and CSAs.
Eat Well Guide, another national source for clean, local food.
Omega-3 Learning for Health and Medicine, developed at Purdue University, offers great information about these important fats. One of my favorite websites.
Linus Pauling Institute offers some of the clearest and best-researched information about nutritional supplements.
Nutrition Data website gives you precise nutritional information about whatever’s on your plat.
USDA food sources of nutrients: Need magnesium and wondering where to get it? Check here for some good lists, including portion sizes.
Vitamin D Council offers a round up of research on this important nutrient’s multi-system health benefits.
The nutrition department at Loma Linda University’s School of Public Health has a website devoted to the health benefits of nuts.