Updated: Nov 26, 2019
What’s the perfect diet for you? What if you have IC, digestive troubles or an autoimmune disorder?
The truth is you can search the Internet, read other’s posts and admire their social media food pics and . . . whatever you read or see may not be what works for your body.
One of the first lessons we were taught in Nutrition School was the concept of bio-individuality. Each person has a unique biochemistry that’s different than anyone else. Your age, genes, cultural, weight, condition, preferences, and root cause if you have a health condition need to be taken into consideration when making food choices.
Do you know how to eat healthy? How to make sure you’re eating balanced? Where do you begin? It can be overwhelming not knowing where to start. May I suggest starting with one meal at a time.
Everyday try to choose a healthier breakfast. If everyday is too much, then set a goal of 3 days this week to replace your breakfast cereal (most are high sugar) with a more satisfying start to your day like eggs, vegetables and avocado.
Another choice is a smoothie. Using a clean protein powder is important. A good measure for fruit is 1/4 cup and no more than 2 fruits. Add a healthy fat (coconut oil or seeds) and liquid. Non -dairy alternatives are almond, coconut, or hemp milk. I like to use Fuji water. If you’d like a few recipes, please let me know.
If you’re eating low fodmap because of digestive issues, the Monarch App is easy to install and it gives specific daily measurements for each item. If you’re gut is healthy than kale or spinach can be added to your smoothie.
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