Many foods we consume on a daily basis, with little thought, are actually harmful to the body giving off toxins and putting the body under unnecessary strains that could be avoided with small tweaks to diets, replacing the harmful items with more natural alternatives.
Understanding what good nutrition is goes beyond diets and culinary fads – it is a lifelong commitment to eating in a way that promotes mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. Nourishing, natural foods that are whole, clean and seasonally available not only taste appetising, but more importantly they help to boost mood, energy and performance. The most important thing to realise is that we are all biologically and biochemically individual, and there is no one way to eat that benefits everyone. Made To Thrive explores Ancestral Eating Patterns together with holistic food practices, before taking you on a journey into individual personal nutritional management using latest scientific research.
Some things to think about regarding nutrition:
- Did you know that intermittent fasting is one of the healthiest practices you can undertake?
- What does it mean when we say that food is ‘more information than energy’ to the body?