One of my sons has struggled with Celiac Disease from the time he was a tiny fellow, though he was not diagnosed until he was 12 years old (and only after years of doctors, bloodwork, and misdiagnosis). His condition first propelled my interest in healthy eating. I eat gluten free as well, to keep joint inflammation at bay. We also limit added sugars and aspire to consume a diet that is structured around plant-based and whole foods. In both experience and education, I have come to understand the importance of a nutritious diet and how it affects far more than our waist lines.
A holistic approach to nutrition recognizes that the physical, mental, chemical, emotional, and environmental aspects of one’s health are all intertwined.
I offer Holistic Nutrition classes and services that include:
- Healthy and holistic eating habits
- Plant-based, whole foods, macro and micro nutrient intake, and supplement recommendations
- Nutritional causes of major health complaints
- Healthy foods that promote good physical, mental, and immune system health
- Nutrition for healing trauma and PMAD’s
- Building and maintaining healthy microbiome and gut flora
- Food labels and meal planning
- Nutrition plans, needs assessments, and diet restrictions
- Personalized diet programs
Nutrition is important during every stage of life;
pregnancy, while nursing, infancy, childhood, adolescence, puberty, adulthood, menopause, middle age, and elderly.
Would you like to?
Have more energy
Have healthier digestion
Improve your mood
Nourish your family
Boost your sex drive
Reduce health risks
Are you ready to learn more and/or make a change for better overall health?
Latest Blog Posts About Health and Nutrition
I met a sweet mom yesterday who was married at 15 years old and gave birth shortly after to a precious baby boy with severe disabilities. This mama spends her days caring for her now five year old and her almost one year old. The older brother is smaller than his sibling and is bedriddenContinue reading “Breastmilk for nutrition”
The rice didn’t get washed the other day before it was cooked and I just couldn’t bring myself to eat dinner knowing that the black specks (not pictured) were little creepy crawlies. It didn’t help that we found bugs in the cooked dal too. I don’t mind having to rinse our grains first, but somethingContinue reading “What’s for dinner? (no bake granola bites recipe included)”
After realizing that Trent’s health concerns fit the description of a gluten allergy, and mulling over the benefits to us all, we have decided to say our goodbyes to gluten. While I will greatly miss some of my favorite desserts and dinner rolls, I’m looking forward to the health benefits of a GF diet. IContinue reading “A bitter sweet farewell… to gluten”
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