Most people complaining about similar health issues. They want more energy, they’re overweight but can’t keep it off, they complain of brain fog, bad moods, chronic pain, or an embarrassing bowel problem. It is important to help people understand the connection between how they’re feeling with the food they’re eating. They learn to choose foods differently, with a focus on reducing symptoms. It doesn’t have to take them years of trial and error.
The focus at Holistic Nutrition Center is always on the family diet. If the whole family learns to eat right, it becomes a lifestyle. Some of the best foods to include in a well-planned diet for cancer prevention are kale, broccoli, leeks, garlic, beets, blueberries, apricots, sea vegetables, Chinese mushrooms, turmeric, and fresh basil.
The best and fastest way to transition to a preventative diet is to work with a holistic practitioner who understands and explains how the body utilizes food nutrients. When you learn, your strategy for eating changes. Health becomes a choice.
I haven’t always been a nutritionist. I worked as a nurse for thirty years and then became sick. Even though I actively sought help, nobody could figure out what was wrong. A good day was measured by whether I had enough energy to get out of bed to empty the dishwasher or wash my hair. My husband drove me to appointments, ran the household, and had to finish sentences for me. I was staying alive, but certainly wasn’t living.
As I learned about nutrition and applied it, I got better. I went back to school for a master’s degree in Holistic Nutrition so I could help others, and then started my own business in Holland.
A well-planned family diet can help each member improve energy, normalize weight without dieting, sharpen the mental focus, stabilize emotions, and correct digestive issues. When my clients learn to eat for their health, I expect them to improve. I know they’re headed in the direction of a more vibrant lifestyle.
Written by: Pamela Zinn M.S. Holistic Nutrition Center 90 West 8th Street Holland, Michigan. Photo: stock.xchng