Best Foods For Your Lungs

Food is medicine, and certain types of food will nourish different parts of the body. Choosing a few of the foods that are good for your lungs will decrease inflammation, improve breathing, keep airways strong, protect against pulmonary issues, and feed and nourish the body.

Here are 5 foods that are the best for your lungs:

  1. Garlic – specifically raw garlic – Garlic is very anti-inflammatory for the whole body but especially for the body’s airways, it does this by protecting the lung against oxidative stress.
  2. Wild Salmon – Salmon is full of omega 3 fatty acid which is very anti-inflammatory for the lungs. It is proven that heart-healthy fats like omega 3 fatty acids could help promote pulmonary blood flow and may be beneficial for certain respiratory conditions.
  3. Tumeric – Tumeric is one of the most inflammation-reducing foods you can consume. Which makes it one of the best foods for your lungs. Research suggests that the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric could aid in the treatment of several respiratory conditions, such as asthma, COPD, acute respiratory distress syndrome, lung injury, and pulmonary fibrosis.
  4. Avocados – Avocados contain one of the highest amounts of potassium in it. Potassium has been shown to help the lungs contract and expand, which helps with breathing. Avocados are also another amazing source of healthy fatty acids so they are great form lowering inflammation as well.
  5. Green Tea – Green tea is full of antioxidants and polyphenols that can be beneficial for lung function. Green tea has been shown to help suppress lung cancer cell growth in vitro studies. Green tea also has theophylline, which is a powerful compound that acts as a bronchodilator to improve airway function and ease breathing difficulties.

Eat these foods on a regular basis, or make sure they appear on your plate from time to time and your lung will be very grateful.

About the author ...

Hannah discovered her love of food and nutrition working in the restaurant industry. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with all aspects of food, from creating meal plans, presenting it, purchasing it, knowing what it does to our bodies, understanding the environmental aspect of it, understanding what our bodies require, and cooking it. In these roles accompanied with her diploma in Holistic Nutrition she is ready to help all ages achieve their health goals and teach simple understanding of holistic nutrition.

Build up Your Immunity Naturally!

Best Ways to Boost Immunity in Everyday Living: 

  • DIET! Diet is key to maintaining a healthy immune system. 
  • Eat lots of immune-boosting foods, such as mushrooms, healthy protein, beets, citrus fruits, asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, berries, onions, chicken bone broth, and butternut squash
  • Add some more spice in your life! Spices such as ginger, turmeric, and garlic are amazing at boosting immunity!
  • Supplement with immune-boosting nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin D, L-Glutamine, zinc, selenium, elderberry, echinacea, and oil of oregano
  • Support your microbiome (bacteria!)
  • Get a good night’s sleep! 
  • Excercise!
  • Manage stress!
  • Take some time for you! Do the things that make you smile. Keeping a healthy immunity is not only physical it’s mental as well. 
  • Drink WATER! 

Things You Need to Remove, NOW!

  • SUGAR! white sugar is the worst!
  • Refined Grains again, white/processed are the worst!
  • Hydronated oils –  Hydrogenation is a process in which a liquid unsaturated fat is turned into a solid fat by adding hydrogen. During this manufactured partially hydrogenated processing, a type of fat called trans fat is made. ex – vegetable oil, canola oil, margarine
  • Foods made with white flour and white sugar cause a decrease in immune function. These foods are typically refined and often come in the form of store-bought, processed foods. These ingredients are also linked to inflammation, which can lead to many conditions – including autoimmune diseases.

Tips For a Good Diet:

Paleo Diet – AKA, Healthy Eating Plan

  • Paleo is an amazing healthy eating plan to use as a guild line
  • The word Paleo meaning Paleolithic –from our earliest ancestor!
  • Whole foods, not changed by man 
  • Very limited sugar 
  • Healthy animal proteins (naturally raised, wild)  
  • Very limited refined grains and legumes 
  • Lots of variety of colorful fruits and veggies 

Let’s Go Over A few Immune Boosting Foods: mushrooms, beets, ginger, garlic, and turmeric!

Mushrooms!

  • Mushrooms are a superfood!
  • Mushrooms contain more selenium than any other vegetable and one of the rare sources of vitamin D, also a fantastic source of zinc. These two minerals selenium and zinc, combined with vitamin D are excellent immunity boosters and infection fighters.
  • Mushrooms also help activate your immune system by regulating your white blood cells and keeping them on high alert for invaders.
  • AND…. Mushrooms have been proven to be anti-aging. 😉 

Beets:

  • Beetroots and beet greens provide a lot of vitamin C, which makes them soldiers for your immune system! All white blood cells need ample amounts of vitamin C to function
  • Antioxidants are compounds that play a central role in health and disease. They help fight disease-causing free radicals which will minimize oxidative stress and damage to your cells.
  • Beets are also super beneficial for the proper function and cleaning of your liver. Nice! 

Ginger:

  • Ginger is very anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and a big antioxidant
  • Ginger is superior at reducing inflammation in the body, which is the root of almost all diseases…
  • Studies have shown that a small amount of ginger can be more beneficial at pain management and reducing inflammation than prescription painkillers.
  • BONUS: Ginger is very powerful at improving your digestion function. It reduces inflammation in your gut which in turn can heal things like psoriasis or eczema, acne, any sort of skin blemishes. It also reduces nausea! 

Garlic:

  • Garlic is probably the BEST food for naturally boosting your immune system! 
  • It is one of the oldest cultivated plants on earth (paleo) and has been used for centuries to cure a cold and flu. 
  • Garlic is known as natures anti-biotic. 
  • The main property in garlic is phytochemical “allicin” which has been shown to be effective against common infections such as colds, flu, stomach viruses, and Candida yeast. 
  • There are differences in garlic though, a mass-produced garlic bulb from china, not going to do much for you. 
  • It must be freshly chopped to reap the benefits –pre-chopped garlic, not as much benefit. 
  • Tip- chew some parsley after eating a lot of garlic, it will freshen your breath and your liver will love it! 

Tumeric:

  • Most importantly for us, turmeric like ginger is hugely anti-inflammatory for the whole body. This is because it is full of an antioxidant called curcumin.
  • Turmeric acts as an anticoagulant in the body, which means it works to naturally prevent blood clotting  
  • Turmeric is very effective at treating most gastrointestinal issues such as IBS, and Crohns
  • Turmeric can help as an anti-depressant. 

Helpful Immune-Boosting Supplements

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Zinc
  • Selenium
  • Echinacea
  • Elderberry
  • Oil of oregano
  • L-Glutamine
  • All of these will greatly help in boosting overall immunity. The doses depend on the individual, work with a health care provider to find out what is right for you.

Support Your Gut Microbiome (gut bacteria)

Evidence indicates that beneficial bacteria help to ‘train’ the immune system so it knows what pathogens are friend or foe, produces beneficial nutrients and keeps the bad bacteria in check.

One of the ways we can help grow and keep our microbiome healthy is with a good probiotic. These can help improve digestive function, boost immune function, benefit our brains and improve mood, and may even prevent the common cold.

Other basic good-digestion tips that will help your gut health:

  • Consume soluble and insoluble fibre
  • Drink water!
  • Eat fermented foods (sauerkraut, pickles, dairy-free yogurt/kefir, etc.)
  • Eat prebiotic foods (jerusalem artichoke, garlic, onions, leeks, dandelion greens)
  • Don’t overuse antibiotics
  • Chew your food well
  • Reduce or eliminate refined sugars

Get a good night’s sleep!

  • Sleep is very crucial to overall health and keeping your immune system high!
  • When you shut down and let your body rest that’s when true healing and repairs can happen to your body 
  • A good night’s sleep can also greatly help with your mental state and focus for the days to come 
  • When you do get some rest make sure there are no light sources in your room, not even an alarm clock, this will disrupt your natural production of melatonin while your sleeping

Excercise!

  • Exercise boosts the part of our immune system that fights infections, reduces inflammation, and increases our circulation, allowing the immune system to work much more efficiently.
  • Any exercise is good exercise, find what works for you and do it!

Manage Stress and Take Time For You!

  • Stress can take down even the healthiest person in a mater of hours. When a body is under stress all immunity, digestion, and healing pathways shut down. 
  • Learn to manage your stress, take time for your self. Its important to do things that make you smile. 
  • Taking time to do things like, Get a massage, mindful meditation, infrared sauna, get out in nature, pamper yourself!

Drink WATER!

  • Water is soooooooooooo important to maintain a healthy immune system your body is made up of 70-80% water! Water flushes toxins from your cells, keeps your skin young and hydrated and keeps you healthy. 
  • Rule of thumb is ½ your current weight in oz a day 

Final Thoughts…..

  • You are going to get sick, but boosting your immune system will make it less often and a shorter duration 
  • REMOVE – Sugar / Refined Grains / Hydronated oils 
  • FOODS – Citrus / Berries / Asparagus / Broccoli / Cauliflower / Onions / Chicken Broth / Mushrooms / Beets / Butternut Squash 
  • NUTRIENTS – Vitamin C / Vitamin D / Zinc / Selenium / L-Glutamine / Oil of Oregano 
  • HERBS – Garlic / Ginger / Turmeric / Elderberry / Echinacea
  • EMOTIONS – Limit fear / Get Sleep / Manage Stress 
  • EXCERCISE – The best exercise is the one you will do!
  • GUT BACTERIA – Support your gut microbiome with probiotics, fermented foods, chewing your food, not drinking cold water (room temp), avoiding sugar, and eat fiber

About the author ...

Hannah discovered her love of food and nutrition working in the restaurant industry. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with all aspects of food, from creating meal plans, presenting it, purchasing it, knowing what it does to our bodies, understanding the environmental aspect of it, understanding what our bodies require, and cooking it. In these roles accompanied with her diploma in Holistic Nutrition she is ready to help all ages achieve their health goals and teach simple understanding of holistic nutrition.

Zinc For The Dink!?

Zinc is a very important mineral found in food sources such as lamb, beef, shellfish, pumpkin seeds, cashews, chicken, turkey, eggs, salmon, and mushrooms. It is a fairly easy mineral to get from food but when your diet is lacking in good quality whole foods then you could be deficient in this very important mineral. Zinc will help a lot of body processes and keep things working the way they should. Here are a few reasons to keep your zinc intake at a healthy range.

Zinc is very beneficial for your immune system. Zinc mixed with an adequate dose of vitamin C is a super potent immune booster and can kick colds in the butt quickly! Also, to maintain a healthy immune system that will keep colds at bay.

Zinc is a great anti-inflammatory for the whole body. It mainly supports liver health. When supplementing with zinc it has shown a reduction in the incidence of infection and correlated with lower levels of liver damage, also reduction in inflammation in the liver.

Zinc will also affect protein synthesis in the body. It is required for the body to be able to use amino acids from foods. It’s also involved in the breakdown of carbohydrates from foods, which is one of the main sources of energy for the body. For this reason, deficiency in zinc can cause low energy levels and contribute to adrenal or chronic fatigue. Consuming enough zinc benefits ongoing energy and a healthy metabolism.

Zinc is an amazing and effective anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agent. It helping fight oxidative stress and decrease the chance for disease development, including as a natural cancer treatment. Especially in elderly patients, zinc benefits include its ability to support healthy cell division, preventing cancerous cell mutation and stunting tumor growth. When researchers from the school of medicine at the University of Michigan studied potential zinc benefits from zinc supplementation on 50 adults, they found that levels of oxidative stress markers were significantly lower in the zinc-supplemented group than in the placebo group. This would greatly benefit anyone experiencing high stress, or even low stress for that matter.

Zinc will help with muscle growth and repair. It plays a crucial role in cell division and cell growth. So, zinc benefits muscle growth and repair by making it possible for the body to heal itself and maintain strength in the muscular and skeletal systems. Zinc also helps with the release of testosterone, growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1), all of which build muscle mass and feed a healthy metabolism. Zinc will benefit muscle mass because it helps increase the amount of testosterone in the body. It will work optimally in the body with the following exercise –weight-training and high-intensity interval training, because it enhances the conversion rate of androstenedione to testosterone.

If all that is not enough of why zinc is great for you lets dive into why zinc is good for the dink! Zinc is very important for overall hormone health. As said above it helps with boosting testosterone, as well as increasing fertility because it plays an important role in natural hormone production. Every time a male ejaculates he loses most of his zinc stores in the body. Those little swimmers need an ideal liquid to help them wiggle their way toward their goal, zinc is that significant component. Most of the zinc for sperm comes from the prostate gland, which adds about 25% of the total liquid contained in ejaculate to the mix. So, zinc is a big component of healthy ejaculation. Even if you are not trying to conceive, it will benefit to make sure you are not deficient in zinc. The more a male ejaculates while maintaining a poor diet the more deficient in zinc he will be. If a male is consistently masturbating and not eating a balanced diet with food containing zinc then the chances are he will be deficient in this awesome mineral and will need to fix the diet or supplement.

In a study done by the Department of Internal Medicine at Wayne University, after 20 weeks of zinc restriction, giving patients zinc supplementation effectively increased serum testosterone in the majority of men. It also increased libido, performance, ejaculation amount, ejaculation time, and overall pleasure. Why wouldn’t you want zinc in your life!?

Fun fact, in one published case study rats, were receiving a moderate daily oral dose of zinc sulfate, and showed an increase in time before ejaculation and penile thrusting! Fun!

The main take away from all this is to make sure you are eating a balanced diet! Eating a balanced diet will ensure you are getting the right amount of essential vitamins and minerals in your body. Diet is first and for most to health and maintaining overall health. Then comes supplementation when you know you are not able to get enough in your diet. Everyone is different so everyone will have different needs in the body. If your curious or need guidance in regards to your diet check out my free 30min wellness consultation online here, https://betterhealthclinic.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?appointmentType=category:Nutrition and find out how nutrition can help you be the best you!

About the author ...

Hannah discovered her love of food and nutrition working in the restaurant industry. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with all aspects of food, from creating meal plans, presenting it, purchasing it, knowing what it does to our bodies, understanding the environmental aspect of it, understanding what our bodies require, and cooking it. In these roles accompanied with her diploma in Holistic Nutrition she is ready to help all ages achieve their health goals and teach simple understanding of holistic nutrition.

Fish oils for ADD and ADHD

Fish oils otherwise known as Omega 3’s are an essential aspect of every healthy growing kids’ diet (adults too for that matter!) You can recieve these essential oils from food but the problem is not everyone does. This is where supplementation comes in handy.

Fish oils contain EPA and DHA, which are 2 types of essential omega 3 fatty acids. The word essential means our bodies do not produce them so we must get them either by the food we eat, for example, sardines, tuna, salmon, mackerel, herring, bluefish, and black cod, or by taking supplements. Research shows that EPA and DHA, are essential for behavioral and mental wellness in children, but children are not meeting recommendations.

How can fish oils Help with ADD and ADHD?

Research shows that children and adults living with ADHD/ADD have lower levels of omega-3 in their bodies compared to people who do not have ADHD/ADD. This does not mean that having low levels of omega-3 causes ADHD/ADD or that taking an omega supplement will cure ADD/ADHD. However, research shows that taking a supplement can improve your ADHD/ADD symptoms, which is great news!

When there are low levels of omega-3 in the body, it may cause a variety of cognitive and mood problems some of which can be similar to ADD/ADHD symptoms. There is lots of evidence that shows fish oil can help improve ADD/ADHD symptoms. Some findings suggest that fish oil supplements may improve the mental skills of children with the disorder who are 8 to 12 years old. For instance, it may help improve a child’s ability to organize activities. A specific supplement of fish oil containing DHA and EPA was used in one study. The results showed improvements with hyperactivity, inattentiveness, ability to think clearly, and overall behavior in children with ADHD/ADD who were 7 to 12 years old.

There are many benefits to taking a fish oil supplement, here are some of them:

  • Improvement of ADD/ADHD symptoms such as improved attention, ability to focus and memory.
  • May contribute to a reduction in the symptoms of coexisting ADD/ADHD conditions, such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder.
  • Possible reduction in side effects from stimulant medication prescribed for your ADD/ADHD. As always check with your doctor before taking supplements.
  • Many women with ADHD suffer from PMS, and their ADHD symptoms are exacerbated. Taking an omega-3 supplement can reduce PMS symptoms.
  • Improve your general health. When you are living with ADHD it is easy to forget other aspects of your health too. Omega-3 can help with cholesterol levels, heart health and decrease asthma symptoms.
  • Also….
  • Omega 3’s will lower whole-body inflammation
  • Omega 3’s will lower joint pain and stiffness
  • Omega 3’s will help balance hormonal diruption
  • Omega 3’s will improve energy
  • Omega 3’s will improve brain function and fog

When looking for a good fish oil supplement make sure you talk to a health care professional to recommend a well suited supplement for yourself or your little one. Any question give Better Health Clinic a call, we will assist you with all your health questions.

About the author ...

Hannah discovered her love of food and nutrition working in the restaurant industry. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with all aspects of food, from creating meal plans, presenting it, purchasing it, knowing what it does to our bodies, understanding the environmental aspect of it, understanding what our bodies require, and cooking it. In these roles accompanied with her diploma in Holistic Nutrition she is ready to help all ages achieve their health goals and teach simple understanding of holistic nutrition.

Recipes for Back to School – A Day in The Life!

A healthy well-balanced lunch for kids of all ages should consist of a couple of servings of vegetables at least one serving of animal protein and some good fats wherever you can sneak them in! An example would be a creamy broccoli salad (that gets better the longer it sits) and paleo nut-free chicken fingers, that taste just as good cold as they do warm. This is fun to do the night before with the kids and if you make lots of the chicken fingers they are great to throw in the freezer for another day that week! Easy peasy! Here are the recipes for both plus a healthy fast breakfast smoothie and delicious crispy chicken wings! Ready set go!!

Creamy Broccoli Salad

1 head broccoli, cut into small florets, approx. 4 cups

1 carrot, grated

2 Tbsp red onion, fine dice

4 strips bacon, crumbled

½ bell pepper, fine dice

¼ cup some kind of fruit – halved grapes, pomegranate seeds, dried cranberries

2 Tbsp some kind of nuts/seeds – sunflower seeds, pecans, walnuts (optional)

2/3 cup Paleo Mayo OR regular mayo

1 clove garlic, minced

2 Tbsp sweet vinegar – apple cider, raspberry, coconut, or white balsamic

salt and pepper

  • Trim broccoli florets into small knuckle sized pieces. Reserve stems for broccoli slaw or stir-fry.
  • Mix mayo, garlic, vinegar, salt and pepper in large bowl.
  • Add broccoli, grated carrot, crumbled bacon, red onion, fruit and nuts to bowl and toss thoroughly to coat.

Chicken Fingers

4 free-range chicken breasts, sliced in 3-5 strips and pounded thin

1 cup ++  coconut oil, for frying

Egg Wash:

4 eggs, whisked

½ cup coconut milk

½ Tbsp garlic powder

½ Tbsp chili powder

¼ tsp salt

¼ tsp pepper

Breading:

3 cups cassava flour (can find at health food store) 

1 ½ cups coconut flour

1 cup graded parm cheese (if handle dairy)

2 Tbsp garlic powder

2 Tbsp chili powder

1 Tbsp cumin

1 tsp smoked paprika

2 tsp salt (himalayan)

¼ tsp pepper

  • Mix all egg wash ingredients and all breading ingredients in separate bowls.
  • Dip strips one at a time in egg wash, then breading mixture. Coat evenly.
  • Fry in batches using 1/3 cup hot coconut oil each batch.
  • Lay out of baking sheet and finish in the over for 10min – till completely cooked through

Not sure what to make for breakfast before school? We all know there’s not much time in the morning to make anything, so better than just running to have some cereal how about making a healthy kid approved morning energizing smoothie?! Takes 10min to make and it will start your kid’s day off with a bang! Here is a simple recipe for a well-balanced breakfast smoothie! 

Energizing Breakfast Smoothie

Serves 4

2 cups coconut water

2 cups coconut milk

2 scoops vanilla protein powder OR Collagen powder (optional) 

2 bananas

4 tbsp flax seeds, ground

2 tbsp chia seeds

1 cups frozen cherries or mixed berries

1 1/2 cups frozen blueberries

3 handful spinach

3 tbsp hemp hearts

  • Put all ingredients into blender, blend on high for 2-5min and then serve! 

How about a quick delicious and fun dinner when the kids get home? Chicken wings are loved by most, but when you get them good and salty and crispy they are the best! The recipe below is very easy and very tasty, it also gets in lots of those good fats that are very important for growing those children! Just serve with some fresh cut up veggies and you have a quick, very healthy and well-balanced meal! 

Coconut oil Chicken Wings:

1-3 lbs chicken wings 

1 ½ – 2 ½ cups of melted coconut oil 

garlic powder to taste 

Himalayan salt to taste (more is better) 

Smokey paprika 

Heat oven to 475 F 

Melt coconut oil on the stove 

Toss in a big bowl all ingredients till coconut oil just starts solidifying again 

Place wings flat on a baking tray, skin side upCook at 475 for 30 min then turn down to 450 for 30 more m

About the author ...

Hannah discovered her love of food and nutrition working in the restaurant industry. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with all aspects of food, from creating meal plans, presenting it, purchasing it, knowing what it does to our bodies, understanding the environmental aspect of it, understanding what our bodies require, and cooking it. In these roles accompanied with her diploma in Holistic Nutrition she is ready to help all ages achieve their health goals and teach simple understanding of holistic nutrition.

Back to School Healthy Lunch Ideas!

It’s that time of year again! Don’t get stuck with what to send with your little ones, I promise it can be healthy and EASY!

Lunches seem to be the most common meal people struggle with; finding something tasty, healthy, something your child will eat, and still keep it uncomplicated can be a challenge for many. I personally find breakfast and dinners easy to throw together. But lunches do feel a little more like a chore at times, especially when I have worked all-day and have a bunch of other chores to get to.

If you have kids, then you know the struggle of putting together a healthy packed school lunch that they have to take responsibility and eat on there own. Not to mention, finding something to pack that they will actually eat! So if you’re thinking “what the heck am I going to make my little one(s) for lunch”, I hear you loud and clear! This is why I’ve put together a couple of healthy lunch box ideas that are toddler/kid-approved!

Even if you have the pickiest eater on your hand and say that “there is nothing my kid will eat!” don’t stress, all of it is fazes they go through. Try to focus on the stuff they will eat and just make it a bit better. If this means your child is eating pasta for the 6th time this week, don’t worry about it! Try a rice-based pasta instead of gluten and just keep trying to introduce healthy foods and make sure they taste really good too!

Im going to focus on mainly finger food lunches. I find that finger food is always the easiest to pack and you can incorporate some really great things that are finger foods. Remember keep it simple! I also will add a few ideas for cooked lunch meals. Trust me you will find something in here that will work for you!

Finger foods:

  • sliced meats (look for nitrate-free lunch meats)
  • sliced cheeses (avoid Kraft single slices, look for smaller companies)
  • organic animal crackers
  • seed crackers (Mary’s)
  • olives
  • Pickles
  • cut-up fruit – grapes, melon, apples, mango, watermelon, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, kiwi, bananas, oranges…
  • sliced veggies – cucumbers, carrots, celery (with goat cheese instead of cheese wiz), broccoli, cauliflower, peas, baby tomatoes, mushrooms…
  • cubed roasted chicken, turkey, roast beef, sausages….
  • Hard boiled eggs
  • homemade dips and sauces – bbq sauce, mayo, hummus…
  • any organic/ good for you pre-packaged snacks that are nut-free

Cooked or prepared lunch ideas….. that are not sandwiches

  • Homemade pizza or flatbread with simple toppings on it. – grocery stores have awesome ready to top flatbreads and organic simple pizzas that you can jazz up yourself with things like – bacon, different cheeses, veggies, pineapple…. customize it for your wee ones!
  • Homemade chicken fingers (recipe on Better Health Clinics blog)
  • Creamy broccoli salad (recipe on BetterHealth Clinics blog)
  • Two bite egg and bacon muffins (recipe on BetterHealth Clinics blog)
  • Power smoothie – great for a fast healthy breakfast (recipe on BetterHealth Clinics blog)
  • Blueberry chia pudding

Hopefully some of these ideas you can roll with and will help you get some healthy nutrious food into your wee ones.

About the author ...

Hannah discovered her love of food and nutrition working in the restaurant industry. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with all aspects of food, from creating meal plans, presenting it, purchasing it, knowing what it does to our bodies, understanding the environmental aspect of it, understanding what our bodies require, and cooking it. In these roles accompanied with her diploma in Holistic Nutrition she is ready to help all ages achieve their health goals and teach simple understanding of holistic nutrition.