I know what you’re thinking…
- I’m too busy to eat healthy
- I can’t afford to eat healthy
- My family won’t eat healthy, so how can I
You’re right! You are busy, there are expensive health foods, and no one wants to “eat healthy” when we believe eating healthy means giving up the foods we love. Thankfully that’s not the whole story. Allow yourself to be open to a change in perspective and you’ll discover the whole healthy eating truth for yourself.
It’s Time to Prioritize Healthy Eating
I am here to affirm that we can prioritize healthy meals for ourselves and our loved ones. We’ll start by gaining an understanding of the vital role essential nutrients play. The meals we create daily will deliver those essential nutrients to every cell of every organ of every system in our bodies for healthy function. From there we’ll let go of the idea that preparing whole, nutrient-dense food is too time-consuming and we’ll adopt the perspective that healthy eating and preparing our own meals can be simple, practical, and painless.
It’s Time to Invest in Healthy Eating
I’m here to demonstrate that healthy food is not only more affordable, it’s an investment. We’ll examine ingredients and the cost-per-serving of premade meals with processed food vs. whole, nutrient dense meals. We’ll find that whole food is not only less expensive per serving but an investment in your long-term health. The vitamins, minerals, fiber, water, protein, and carbohydrates that whole foods deliver will work toward your over health and offer up a decreased risk of disease. That means more years in a healthier body.
It’s Time for The Whole Family to Eat Healthy
I’m going to show you how whole, nutrient-dense foods can become family favorites. There is a science to enjoying food. It’s called gastronomy or the art of choosing, cooking, and eating good food. We’re going to use the powers of gastronomy for good nutrition. When it comes to satisfaction, satiation, and pure enjoyment, whole foods and natural flavors are everything. No one in the room can resist my chicken soup when a pot is simmering on the stove and the scents of garlic, cumin, salt and pepper are coming together. We’ll become catalysts for change within our families.
It’s always a good time to make these changes, but if you join my Foundations of Balanced Nutrition small group workshop on August 28th it’s just $37.50 (a savings of $52.00). Give yourself 2 hours to learn sustainable solutions to balanced nutrition from a professional with personal experience. We’ll learn to identify whole nutrient dense food and how to implement 5 healthy habits for good nutrition. You’ll discover that food is energy and you can find balance.