Foods for Healing

Nutrition allows the body to heal itself and increases the effectiveness of medical treatment.  Here are some of my areas of speciality in using foods for healing:

Heart Disease & Type 2 Diabetes
Did you know that diet alone can reverse up to 30 years of arterial plaque build-up in 3 weeks? No drugs, no pills, no joke. Give me one month and I’ll show you how. I consider this my area of forte having spent over five years researching metabolic syndrome with specific focus on the Mediterranean Diet highlighted by my publications in the journal of the American Heart Association.

Women’s Health
Does each month bring unpredictable, unspeakable discomfort? Or, perhaps, you’re near the end of your menstrual life and want to minimize the troublesome effects of menopause. The foods you eat directly effect your hormonal balance. Find out how to tip the balance in your favour.

Peri-natal Care
Is a baby in your future? The time to start preparing is now! Maternal health prior to conception is a strong determinant of infant health. And, during pregnancy, a mother’s diet can predispose her child to certain food preferences. With all the talk about childhood diabetes, allergies and obesity, I feel this is the area where you and I have the chance to make the greatest impact.

Digestion/Absorption
Efficient digestion reduces the need for detox, alleviates unpleasant symptoms of malabsorption, and often improves food allergies and sensitivities. For example, did you know that 90 percent of food allergies could be prevented by proper chewing? Work with me to maximize your digestive power, boost you immunity, and experience freedom from common but unnecessary discomfort.

Detoxification/Cleansing
There are so many different ways to rid your body of toxin and not all of them are effective or safe for you. To get the most out of your detox, contact me for an assessment of your biochemical toxic load

“He that takes medicine but neglects diet, wastes the skill of the physician.”  ~ Chinese proverb


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