By Alane Stieglitz, ND, CNC
Just this past week, I had a patient that had an incredible health improvement just by eating healthy meals! She had her initial appointment thirty days ago. She shared how she was so tired that she could barely function, her stomach hurt all the time, there was too much body pain, and it was hard for her to work as she could not focus well. She has a job where she stands on her feet all day long, and it was getting challenging. She is young, in love with her husband, their children, and life was getting difficult!
As we chatted, I made a few healthy meals suggestions. One suggestion was cooking meals at home until symptoms started to improve. I changed her diet from fast food to an intake of healthy foods and taught her how to healthily grocery shop.
Breakfast went from a drive-thru biscuit to a lovely home-cooked meal that consisted of pasture-raised eggs, turkey bacon no nitrates, ½ avocado, and some berries. Lunch changed from a sandwich on white bread with traditional deli meat to an organic, fresh salad with cucumber, broccoli, carrots, berries, sunflower seeds, and either organic chicken, gluten-free turkey, or grass-fed beef. Dinner changed to healthy meals cooked at home and free of all inflammatory foods and chemicals.
Of course, I ran some food intolerance labs to make sure she wasn’t eating foods she shouldn’t be. Actual, healthy meals should consist of foods your body is okay with eating.
She kept saying that she was so amazed how just 30 days of home cooking healthy meals changed her life for the better! There were improvements in her stomach, focus, energy, mood, and activity level. Things were on the upswing and continuing to improve even more.
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