April’s Views on Nutrition
The sun is out!
Idaho is blessed with long, sunny days, wonderful mountains, rivers, forests and deserts. A playground for those who love to be outside. However, with Idaho’s dry climate and high elevation, it’s easy to get a bit scorched. Getting sun is good, it’s the best source of vitamin D–so get out there, just start in small steps and be aware that you can still burn in little time even on overcast days.
Why see a Holistic Nutritionist?
I’m glad you asked.
Nutritional and dietary habits are some of the most profound changes we can make that will have a broad effect on our well-being. Whether we eat processed fast foods, eat irregularly or enjoy a healthy whole foods diet–our relationship with food defines how we live.
What can nutritional changes treat?
Honestly, what can’t it treat or radically improve? If everyone took the simple recommendation of eat more vegetables, the chances are huge that your health will improve. Still, no two people are alike and we have different nutritional goals and needs, your Holistic Nutritionist can help you understand your individual needs help you incorporate specific foods to meet those goals.