In the world of nutrition, my experience has been that the approaches used by nutrition professionals tend to fall under one of two labels: mainstream science and naturopathic. A new, third option now exists: Integrative Nutrition, the combining of clinical western approaches with alternative modalities.
Posts Tagged ‘diet’
Who do you call for professional help with nutrition – maybe to lower cholesterol, cope with a food intolerance, or get expert advice to eat better? ‘Nutritionist’ might seem the obvious answer, but it’s not: anyone, with or without qualifications, can call themselves a nutritionist. Finding a nutrition professional wasn’t always an issue [...]
I recommend you leave all the fad diets behind and not allow them to waste your time and make you feel miserable and hungry! True health is built slowly at your own pace and there really are no safe and sustainable shortcuts. If you have your heart set on “detox” – which I don’t have anything against if it is done sensibly – I would stick to a pure, fresh whole food diet that includes lots of yummy fruits and vegetables that will keep you and your taste buds satisfied. Here’s how.
Green smoothies are a fast, easy and most importantly, delicious way of getting your daily quota of greens. Learn to make green smoothies, drink a glass (or 3!) of it a day, and make a big salad the focal point of your meals (rather than a little side dish).