Diet (the way we eat) and eating healthy mean different things to each of us, genetically, environmentally, culturally, and biochemically. We all should consume wholesome foods that are free of additives, preservatives, pesticides, hormones and GMOs. However, for many of us, food is medicine. It is a special fuel that allows us to achieve our best health. For example, to someone undergoing cancer treatment, eating healthy means supporting the immune system and digestive health. For a person with food allergies, it means avoiding certain foods to reduce inflammation and heal. For the traveling business person, healthy eating means choosing healthy foods on the road, and for the triathlete, eating dense calories and sufficient protein is mandatory for their superhuman energy demands. Let’s figure out what “eating healthy” means for you and create a custom way of eating to help you reach your goals.
HELPFUL FOR TREATING Food sensitivities. Chronic conditions. Healthy longevity. Athletic performance. Mental wellbeing. Fatigue.
~Leighton, Preacher and Marathon Runner
“The more comfortable the change, the more permanent the results.”