Almost 90% of people suffer from Type 2 Diabetes. The saying goes….. You are what you eat! Have you ever really sat down to think about the meaning of those words? 

Lifestyle:

Carbohydrate Intolerance

“Poor carbohydrate metabolism is a common primary problem that impairs many aspects of health and fitness”. – Dr. Phil Maffetone

Carbohydrate intolerance is an impairment of the metabolism resulting from excessive consumption of refined carbohydrate foods, such as sugary foods, pastas,and breads that can cause the body to become unable to properly process carbohydrates.

Carbohydrates, more than other foods, stimulate the release of the hormone insulin, and insulin is the body’s main fat-storing hormone. This means that to lose excess body fat you should reduce insulin levels. If you don’t, this can lead to fatigue, weight gain and hormone imbalance. It can also impair muscle function and reduce endurance.

Over time, abnormal cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood sugar raise the risk for cardiovascular disease, cancer, Type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s and other chronic illness. We will help you get on track to eat a healthy  low-carb diet consisting of real foods including protein, natural fats and vegetables.

Real Food Nourishment

We believe food is medicine.  Grow your own or eat local and organic as far as possible.  Our approach to food is that we eat to live and not that we live to eat.  There is no one eating plan that works for everybody, so the eating plans that we recommend and studied, are based on you as the individual, be that from Low-Carb, Banting/Keto, Paleo, Vegetarian, Vegan as well as Keto-Vegan

Other areas we address:
  • Mindful Eating
  • Food Journalling
  • Your emotional relationship with food and the power you give it
  • Detox
  • Intermittent Fasting
  • Gut Health and the importance of the Gut Micro-biome
  • Sport specific Eating plans, based on  your individual training goals
  • Organic and natural Supplements, including healing herbs
  • Nourishment for the soul, including self talk
  • Habits to enhance the environment

 

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The most nourishing food is that which is consciously grown, lovingly selected and mindfully eaten.” – Unknown