We live in a world where fast food is prevalent. As a society we have placed convenience over our personal welfare.
Globally there is an imbalance in society between food insecurity and waste.
Our health and wellness are broader than mind and body and there’s a need to widen our scope to include our environment.
As humans we seek balance in all areas of our lives. Balance in our professional and personal lives as well as harmony with mind and body.
The human body is the greatest known machine. When an imbalance occurs illness and disease ensue.
Diseases like Obesity, heart disease and diabetes are rampant in society. While there is a link to a balanced diet preventing these conditions few take consistent action.
There is no magic pill to weight loss or to achieve optimal health. It’s learning to eat in a way that supports your body throughout your lifespan. Stressing less, loving more, sleeping well, and hydrating often are all factors in true wellness.
People think they need to exercise vigorously to see benefits. Movement should feel good and support your body and mind. Consistency will always beat out intensity. Consistent daily action.
Diets that are generic to a population are unsustainable. There is no one size fits all. There needs to be a more holistic approach in treating a person rather than their individual parts.
True wellness is balance in mind body and soul. It is my intention to serve as many people as I can. To support them on their journey so they can live the healthiest version of themselves in a body they love while finding a balance in all areas of their lives.