“One Man’s Food Is Another Man’s Poison”
This ancient proverb is so true and this is why I don’t believe in “diets”. The only “diet” that is right for you is the one where you are eating and drinking in accordance with the foods that suit you as a unique being. These foods may change over time depending on a variery of factors such as your age, lifestyle, toxic exposure, stress levels, gut health and sleep patterns.
My training in Nutritional Therapy taught me to devise dietary plans for my clients but I have come to believe that the best way for me to help you is to work with you because “you are your own best nutritionist”.
When you pay attention to your symptoms and to how they are affected by eating and drinking you will begin to instinctively know which foods nourish and support you and which foods are irritating your body and mind. To be able to tune in, first you have to simplify things by removing the processed and nutrient depleted foods and I will help you to do this.
Over the last 15 years I have gained extensive knowledge about nutrition, through my Nutritional Therapy Degree and through ongoing research and learning. I will share this knowlegde with you and, if you would like to learn more, I will guide you to the appropriate books and resources.
Every process in the body depends on nutrients which are obtained from our diets. As a result, our dietary and lifestyle choices can have a dramatic impact upon our health.
Some of the body processes that are influenced by nutrition include:
- The digestion and absorption of food and nutrients
- The ability of the liver to process toxins
- The control of blood sugar levels
- The regulation of hormones, such as sex hormones, adrenals and thyroid Immune and inflammatory processes
- Energy production and oxidative stress
- The regulation of neurotransmitters (brain chemicals)
Inspiring Health, Nutritional Therapy By Tanya Artus .