Optimize Your Health
There are so many vectors that lead to quality living. We know that nurturing the body with a variety of whole, unprocessed foods in the way of quality protein, fruit and vegetables, nuts and seeds, and healthy fats can pay off big dividends to our health. In addition to eating well, there are a number of other ways we can reap the benefits of good health.
These lifestyle considerations include exercise, quality sleep, stress management, mindfulness, social connection, and mindful environmental detox to name a few. We don't have to change everything at once. But if we can do small things consistently and build good habits, we are on our way to living our best.
The pathway to health lies in the deliberate choices we make every day that put us closer to our vision of wellness.
How you nourish your body affects all aspects of health. Your gut health, metabolism and hormonal signaling are all affected by the food you eat. Your body will send you messages if it is not being fed properly. Listen up and make changes where necessary.
What diet or nutrition plan is best for you? It might take a bit of experimentation to find out exactly which foods make you feel your best. Choosing whole, nutrient dense, unprocessed foods more often than not is a great place to start.
Good nutrition starts in the kitchen. Invest in some basic cooking tools and start making the foods that you love.
Find inspiration here or invest in a few great cookbooks.
Good food doesn't have to be fancy. Start with quality ingredients and simple combinations and your taste buds will be pleasantly surprised.
"When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use; when diet is correct, medicine is of no need."