What any solid nutritional plan should do (3 things)
I've got three simple criteria I believe any sound nutritional plan should do: The first... Take ALL of you into account (You are not a robot, you have preference, circumstances, relationships, wounds, blind-spots, and strengths...) Second... Help you feel better in a multi-layered way (Not only work to vitalize your body, but uplift and relax your mind, and offer comfort and care to your emotional world surrounding eating) And third... Push a worthwhile edge. ("Edge" being a threshold with an evolutionary agenda...something to help you grow or deepen or wise up...) I KNOW the field of nutritional science can be pretty dry when focused on nutrient- content alone, so I've found these to be invaluable guide posts. If we are working together, know these are the areas I am always tracking and attuning to, what really gets the job done. And if you're currently doing something that does not sustain you or does not seem to "work," check and see if one of my three ingredients is missing... Share below: Have you tried any type of diet or way of eating that just did not work for you? What do you attribute that to? With love and respect,
An insiders look at what your eating reveals
Last Thursday around 7:30pm Ava* stood in her kitchen and, using the edge of her thumb nail to cut open the adhesive labeling on the packaging, pulled one gluten-free oatmeal cookie out of it's neatly arranged row of six, tore off a bit-sized piece, popped it in her mouth, and enjoyed a few blissful chews.
5 Must-have Eating Traits
Well last month, the real thick of the extraverted summer season was just that.
Much in my personal life and also projects for Real Food Wellness.
One of the projects I took on was scheduling a photo shoot with fine arts photographer and dear friend, Teri, to update some pictures on my website.