Ughhhh, our air! This summer has been an interesting one as far as our lungs are concerned. With our record high temperatures, the valley being saturated in smoke from fires as close as the East end, and as far away as Lowman, our lungs have been hit hard.
We are glad you asked!
Nutritional and dietary habits are some of the most profound changes we can make that will have a broad effect on our well-being. Whether we eat processed fast foods, eat irregularly or enjoy a healthy whole foods diet–our relationship with food defines how we live.
What can nutritional changes treat?
Honestly, what can’t it treat or radically improve? Almost anyone will benefit from increasing the vegetables in their diet. Still, no two people are alike and we have different nutritional goals and needs, your Holistic Nutritionist can help you understand your individual needs help you incorporate specific foods to meet those goals. Below is a short list of disharmonies that can be treated or improved through nutrition.
- acute disease (colds–yep, ideally, you change your diet to treat the current condition present)
- chronic fatigue
- chronic or acute pain
- cystic fibrosis
- eating disorders
- gall bladder disorders
- high blood pressure
- hyper/hypo thyroid
- improved athletic performance
- irritable bowel, Crohn’s, Diverticulitis
- liver disease
- menstrual disharmonies
- recovery or injury
- weight loss