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Last revised on September 13, 2020

Below are our general guidelines to follow for choosing your source of nutrition.

Adopt a plant-centric diet

Experience has shown time and again that eating more plant-based food will significantly reduce your recovery from chronic illnesses while sustaining your health. Plants are a source of bioavailable nutrition and phytochemicals that nourish and detoxify our cells while maintaining optimal microbiota.

If you choose to eat animal foods, we advise to stick with white meat and limit consumption to once or twice a week. Having said that, we feel raw milk from free range, pasture-raised, and antibiotic and hormone free cows adds an immense value to your nutritive profile. We encourage our clients to include some dairy items like milk, yogurt, and cottage cheese in their diet.

This strategy allows for a happy medium honoring a symbiotic relationship with animals on one hand and including a comprehensive variety of nutrients on the other. A small amount of dairy consumption covers the Essential Fatty Acids, Vitamins B12 and D that are easily found in dairy products. So it eliminates the need to supplement with these nutrients as recommended by the Vegan Society for completely plant-based diets.

Consume fresh organically grown produce when possible

Organically grown fruits and vegetables contain higher nutrition than conventionally grown counterparts an and don’t have pesticide residues. When you can’t procure organically grown produce for any reason, ensure you don’t consume items in EWG’s Dirty Dozen list. This list includes fruits and veggies that get sprayed the most all over the country. Opt for items from the Clean Fifteen list instead.