Do you ever wish you could just get the nitty gritty on nutrition – the bare bones so to speak?

Well I’m offering just that!

Check out my upcoming free workshop: Foods That Heal Foods That Harm.

But before I go on, let me back up a bit.

Why even bother? Why not just eat what tastes good and get on with life?

Because your food is your fuel

Once the food you eat goes down the hatch, it gets digested and broken down into nutrients that your body uses as fuel. That fuel is needed to power your amazing body machine.

It’s needed for everything from the proper function of all of your bits and pieces (including mood, sleep, energy…) to repair and maintenance all the way to protecting you from infection. Big stuff.

Eating poor quality food won’t necessarily have any detrimental effects right away.

Your body is a brilliant machine that is equipped with backup plans – mechanisms to shore up the damage and keep your engine running smoothly despite the poor quality fuel.

Over time, if you continue to feed your machine highly processed foods that are low in nutrients and high in unpronounceables (artificial colours, flavours, preservatives…) aka muddy water for your tank. The body runs through plan B- C- D… but it’ll eventually run out of contingency plans and things will start breaking down.

What starts going wrong depends on each person. It can manifest as digestive issues, weight issues, inflammation, sleep complaints, skin issues, migraines, allergies, disease… It’s different for everyone.

These are the engine lights – the red flags -the S.O.S.s – that your body is sending to say that things have gone too far.

These aren’t normal results of aging, they’re the result of an accumulation of deficiencies and imbalances.

Aging doesn’t have to stink and it doesn’t have to hurt.

There are a lot of things we don’t have control over. We can’t control the weather, the stock market, other people… but we do have control over how we care for our amazing body machines.

Learning how to properly care for yourself is your job.

Be a part of the solution not the problem. Join me to learn the basics. A recording of the workshop will be sent to everyone who signs up.

Cheers to taking charge of your health,