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Nutrition 2017-12-15T21:50:22+00:00

Holistic Nutrition

Holistic Nutrition is eating healthy wholesome foods that have natural nutrients, are live, natural and of good quality and include unrefined, unprocessed, locally grown and organic whole foods. Eating healthy helps in healing the body, achieves and maintains optimum health, builds immune system, increases energy levels, enriches the mind, cleanses the soul and progresses oneself to have a healthy lifestyle.

At present it is an era of natural nutrition that is fast emerging for it looks at the different characteristics of food and its sources.

Live – They contain live enzymes as in fruits, vegetables and sprouts.

Natural – They are unprocessed, unrefined foods example whole grains and legumes.

Good quality – they are grown in soil rich in essential nutrients.

Natural or whole foods vary accordingly to the area of the world that they are grown in. When we respect and take care of our Mother Earth and its resources, it can provide the best possible diet to all the people in the world. The Natural food diet is rich in colour, natural flavour and aroma hence eating foods that are wholesome, chemical free, balanced and from the local environment encourages and promotes good level of nutrients to function in optimum health.

The food we consume provides directly the fuel that are bodies require as they contain nutrients which are in the form of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, water, amino acids, carbohydrates and lipids as these provide the basic essentials to our bodies to sustain life and to carry out our daily body functions.

These nutrients are involved in all the processes of our body as they help in our thinking, repairing tissues and in strengthening our immune functions thereby fighting infections. A deficiency in these nutrients will cause our body not to function at its optimum level and will eventually break down. The path to wellness is to make sure to get the proper nutrients, exercise and a balanced diet so the process of aging is reduced and improving ourselves to a healthy, pain free and a longer life. Hence the components of a healthy diet are:

  • Natural foods.

  • Seasonal foods

  • Fresh foods

  • Nutritious foods that have maximum nutrient content needing for growth, maintenance and repair

  • Clean foods- free of toxins, pollutants, additives and potential micro organisms

  • Tasty and appealing foods – colour foods, flavor

  • Food combining

  • Moderation – appropriate amount for the appropriate body type for the appropriate energy level

  • Balance of macronutrients and micronutrients

  • Proper fruits and vegetables

  • Proper balance of micronutrients

  • Food groups

  • Flavours and colours- sweet, salt, sour, bitter and spicy

  • Acid – Alkaline -acid forming and alkalizing foods

  • Variety and rotation

The Health Benefits of a Diet Based Holistic Nutrition

  • Energy levels are increased

  • Emotional well-being is improved

  • Skin is improved

  • Stronger immune system

  • Balance of blood sugar levels

  • Cholesterol and blood pressure levels are lowered to a healthy level

  • Digestion is improved and relieve of constipation

  • Better sleep

  • Prevention of disease

  • Management of weight and weight loss

As a holistic nutritionist I consider the person as a whole individual which includes the physicals, emotions, mental, spiritual and lifestyle. In reviewing the client’s history, main health concerns and eating habits it will assist me in my client’s nutritional needs. My aim is to assist my client the best possible foods, personalizing their diet by developing meal plans and to encourage them on healthy eating habits recommending foods that are beneficial and the ones to avoid for better health, by assisting in healing by preparing the body to get well, to eliminate allergens , build on enzyme therapy, build a stronger immune system, provide professional care for a healing technique and dietary follow up, to think wellness and whole, to live a healthy life style and in optimum health

“The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease”
——Thomas Edison, 1903

“I found a fruitful world, because my ancestors planted it for me, likewise I am planting for my children”
—– Talmud, Ta’anit 23a