What Superfoods are Right for You?
How many times per week do you hear that fruits and vegetables are fantastic for you?
Is this true?
In general, yes. But which ones?
It all depends on you or, rather, your bio-individuality. The concept of bio-individuality refers to each individual’s unique nutritional needs and that no one dietary protocol is helpful for every person.
In my case, the worst offenders are gluten, corn, soy, dairy products, broccoli, cantaloupe, strawberries, pork, turkey, and a few chemicals sometimes found in processed foods. Who would have thought?!
I have never had noticeable allergic reactions, but the testing used to identify reactive foods is valid. I had to eliminate these foods from my diet to reduce the chronic inflammation that inhabited my body for decades and make way for vital well-being.
Few people make the connection between nutrition, lifestyle habits, and health. Still, the truth is that eating a nutrient-dense, properly prepared, whole foods diet is often the least expensive, least invasive, most effective, and most enjoyable approach to transforming one's health.
Have you ever noticed a difference in how you feel about changing your diet?
Our health is the most precious thing we possess. Your body changes and adapts to its environment, requiring attention and proper care to maintain optimal health. So, stay alert! Do your best to become attentive to the signs and symptoms your body sends you.
Do you suffer from chronic pain, muscle stiffness, allergies, and other debilitating symptoms?
Do you know the foods that create inflammation in your unique body?
Helena Jean Louis is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. She helps guide, support, and educate people with severe gut issues and hormonal disorders to make conscientious decisions to improve their health and well-being.
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