Ultimately, the only way to feel good and be healthy is to eat healthy. If you give the body what it needs nutritionally, it will take care of itself.
Justin specializes in traditional dietetics as well as modern clinical nutrition. If you need help knowing how to find and prepare what you need to stay healthy—in a way that is practical and cost-effective—he can help. You can receive education in terms of necessary vitamins and minerals, fat, sugar, protein, fiber; as well as training in what foods and combinations are appropriate for you based in Traditional Chinese medicine.
A strong gastrointestinal system is the foundation of health and longevity. Mindful eating is a skill that will allow you to keep your digestive tract working efficiently and cleanly—while cultivating patience, stillness, and gratitude.
You will learn that digestion is a process, and therefore how you eat is more important than what you eat. Meal times have more effect on circadian rhythm than dark and light cycles, and circadian rhythm in turn affects the function of many genes and hormones in the body. Meal times and emotional mindset also have the greatest impact on our gut’s microflora. Eating out of schedule and in a hurry results in inefficient digestion that produces phlegm and weakens the spleen. This occurs regardless of the quality of what one eats. In time, a weakened digestion becomes the root of internally generated diseases.