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A Holistic Approach to Wellness.

Be the CEO of your own health.

Plant-based Lifestyle.

  • Nature provides us with the most nutritious fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes, herbs, and spices.

  • Plant-based foods nourish the mind, body, and soul.

  • Raw, living, colorful plant foods have a high vibrational frequency that naturally raises our vibration and energy.

  • Food is a tool to manifest our higher self so that we can serve and help others.

  • Nature is the antidote. Use nature to heal and solve the problems you have. 

Holistic Wellness.

  • The mind, body, and soul are interconnected.

  • Health is best achieved when the mind, body, and soul are working in harmony.

  • The body is comprised of interdependent parts that work together. Looking at the body as a whole system is essential for finding the root cause of any dis-ease and fostering optimal human health and performance.

  • A holistic approach to wellness looks at the ecology of a whole person and his/her role within the ecosystem.

Prevention is Key.

  • The new health paradigm involves identifying if you are in the prodromal period and looks at both your genetic and environmental risk factors. It corrects the old view of scientific health that only treated the symptoms of disease and instead focuses on finding the root cause of illness using prevention strategies and lifestyle interventions.

Ecology of Health.

  • An ecology of health understands the relationships of living beings and their physical surroundings and recognizes that the environment is the primary determinant of the health status of a person. Creatures living within a healthy environment thrive.

  • The ecological model of health addresses the range of social and environmental factors that influence health at multiple levels. Understanding the role of age, culture, education, gender, income, social and physical environments, and access to healthy food and healthcare services is necessary for maintaining a healthy population.

  • An ecology of health takes into account the relevance of non-western traditions and embraces alternative and complementary modes of healing, such as Ayurveda, Naturopathy, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

  • The ecology of the human gut microbiome is comprised of trillions of microbial cells that digest our food, produce certain nutrients, regulate our immune system, and fight off disease. By eating a diversity of plant-based foods, you foster a healthy gut microbial ecosystem that promotes longevity, prevents disease, and creates long-term health.

Mindful Movement.

  • The body is an innate genius; a deep wisdom that will guide you and never let you down.

  • Engage in daily physical activity – whether it be spending time in nature, attending a workout class, or doing chores and errands – to energize, uplift, and generate those feel-good endorphins!

  • Find your personal balance of physical activity. Ideally, an activity that makes you concentrate and get in your “zone” but is also challenging and enjoyable.

  • OH…MMM (ohm)… lastly, meditate. MediTate, so you no longer have to mediCate.


Conscious Consumerism.

  • As consumers, we have the choice to buy and use products that are safe, effective, and do not harm our bodies or the environment.

  • Conscious consumerism involves: living a sustainable lifestyle by supporting your local farmers at farmers markets, eating plant-based and using plant-derived products, striving to buy all organic, understanding the environmental impact of the products you purchase, and truly eating farm to fork.



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