What is a whole foods plant based diet? If you aren’t familiar with the term, it is a way of eating that focuses on a variety of whole, unrefined plant foods including vegetables, fruit, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes. It eliminates all animal products, processed foods, sugar, animal fats, and oils.
Why would you want to consider eating this way? It has the potential to prevent or reverse chronic diseases, lead to weight loss, improve mental clarity, lower cholesterol, and reduce or eliminate inflammation. An added bonus is reducing your carbon footprint.
Have you survived a serious health scare and not known what to do to restore and maintain your health? Or do you hope to avoid serious illness and not know how to go about it or if there is anything you CAN do to prevent it.
Do you want to feel better and improve your physical and emotional well-being but struggle to do it on your own?
The arrival of Spring can wake, nurture, and revitalize you. How often does your Spring come? It doesn’t need to come only once a year. Do not be a prisoner of the calendar. If you are creating authentic power, Spring comes frequently.
A morning routine might be the most important thing you do every day. A solid routine in the morning promises to set you up for a successful day. It can help you feel GREAT and ready to tackle the world! Spend approximately half an hour each morning taking care of yourself. It can help optimize your productivity all day long.
In last week’s blog post I recommended you to go through your pantry and get rid of all the tempting and unhealthy foods. Now I want to share some tips for filling your cupboards with foods that support a healthy body and mind and help you plan your meals.