HOLISTIC NUTRITION

What is Holistic Nutrition? Holistic nutrition is healing with whole foods. Using unrefined, unprocessed, real foods in balance and variety to maximize health and vitality. Holistic Alternative – Engage in a holistic nutrition diet with a whole food holistic nutrition program. Learn more information about holistic health solutions by visiting All Things Healing online today! There used to be a time when people did not rely on processed food. There used to be a time when people did not live on potato chips, soda, and fast food. Here at All Things Healing, we believe that in order to achieve the physical, mental, and spiritual balance that you are aiming for, you have to maintain a balanced diet of whole foods. What are whole foods? Whole foods are foods that do not undergo processing or refinement and they do not have added ingredients like salt and sugar. Whole foods are part of the holistic health and healing nutrition program that we offer here at All Things Healing. Whole foods are advantageous to a person because they do not have added components that may harm our bodies. Fresh raw fruits and vegetables are known to provide holistic health solutions like reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer. Organic foods are also another holistic health and healing alternative that may help us achieve complete equilibrium. Organic foods are grown without the use of insecticides, herbicides and, in the case of livestock, growth hormones. As part of our holistic nutrition diet, organic foods are important since they contain all the minerals and nutrients our bodies need on a daily basis. Here at All Things Healing, we offer a holistic healing alternative to your diet that will greatly benefit you and your family. Our holistic nutrition diet consists of whole foods to ensure that all the nutrients and proteins that our bodies need are kept intact.  Our environment also benefits from holistic health solutions. Using less insecticides or pesticides not only preserves our foods’ nutrients, it also serves to protect the soil and atmosphere from harmful chemicals that pesticides and insecticides bring. Our Holistic Nutrition page aims to provide you with more information about holistic healing and our holistic nutrition program. Our nutrition team headed by Sam and Pamela are highly knowledgeable about holistic alternativenutrition and its benefits and they ensure that our articles and videos are up-to-date and relevant for further physical, mental, and spiritual progress.  

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“Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food” is a quote that Michael firmly believes in. Michael Jones, is a leading expert in the field of Holistic Nutri...
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Michael Jones, WHE, CMT
Neda’s passion is helping people heal from all sorts of symptoms and ailments through nutrition and supplementation. Her holistic approach does not treat the symptom but corrects ...
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Neda Smith, HHC, MTA, FDN

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by Jill Ettinger

A report released by the Union of Concerned Scientists earlier this month finds greater economic opportunities and jobs for rural communities where organic dairy farming methods are employed over conventional farming methods...

 

Editor´s Note: Consumers like organic milk, according to "The Cream of the Crop: The Economic Benefits of Organic Dairy Farms." Evidence shows that organic milk not only taste better, it is dairy's healthier option packed with important minerals and nutrients.  As Jill Ettinger points out, it is also financially beneficial for the farmers, sustainable for the environment and overall makes for a healthier planet.

 

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by Mary Goyer, MS

Your body is like an eco-system, and it's not possible for every little part of you to NOT constantly be affecting every other part.

So if you follow a healthy fertility diet, you're going to notice that you feel better in general. That's good news...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: Have you been struggling with fertility, having difficulties conceiving? Mary Goyer, who specializes in fertility, has written an article identifying the diet to help heal your body, heal your gut and so much more, so that you can create a beautiful baby of your own. When the body receives the proper nutrients your chances of conception increase dramatically.

 

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by Cheryl Murphy, CNE

Pears are a stellar way to prevent colds and coughs from happening during fall and winter seasons. Known as a super fruit in some regions of the world, the pear holds precious cooling compounds to energize the lungs, keeping the area moist and free of bacteria...

 

Editor's Note: Fall is the perfect time of year to munch down on a pear, so take a moment to sink your teeth into the juicy fruit and feel the energizing health benefits sprawling throughout the body. The pear, savored by most of the world cultures since the Stone Age, can heal with cooling compounds, excrete phlegm and cleanse the body of toxins.

 

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by Leanne Vogel

Committing to a healthy lifestyle can be challenging, confusing, and downright frustrating. With conflicting information on the web, gossip being passed on through friends, or the latest fad diet on TV, there has become so much conflicting information it’s extremely difficult to find the right answers...

 
 

 

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by Neda Smith, FDN, MTA, HHC,
ATH Co-Editor of Holistic Nutrition

A lot of us seem to think anything labeled as "VEGETABLE OIL" is good for us, but it is NOT.

Vegetable oil is highly processed soybean oil (can be highly refined cottonseed, safflower, corn or grapeseed). They are processed under high heat, pressure, industrial solvents (such as hexane)...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: Are you confused about which oils are healthy and which ones to steer clear from?  I know I was for a long time.  No need to be confused any longer as I have written an article that will help simply it all for you.  Let me know which oils you use on a daily basis.

 

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by Samantha Peris, CNP, ROHP

Congratulations! You have consciously decided to start a family and are looking for some fantastic tips on how to boost your fertility naturally with foods? Well, you have come to the right place. The truth is your diet can play a major role in your fertility, as it has the ability to either hinder or enhance your body’s natural baby making skills. Why not give food a chance to prove to you it’s amazing power?

 

Editor´s Note: According to Samantha Peris, registered holistic nutritionist and owner of Nu-Roots.com, diet may play a huge role in trying to get pregnant and what better time is there to incorporate, healthy, whole foods into daily living? Consuming quality seeds provide excellent fiber while vegetables and fruit enrich and boost the body with powerful antioxidants. Along with good healthy bites, Samantha also mentions certain foods that never do a body justice, especially when trying to start a new family.

 

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by Leanne Vogel

You may have heard the terms good bacteria, probiotics, prebiotics or healthy flora being used in the marketing of yogurt and other foods, or in conversation with your friends. 

Using probiotics for digestive support has increased tremendously since the mid-1990s. But why are probiotics so important?...

 

 

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by Lorna Sophocleous

Over the course of the last 15+ years working in the field of Exercise and Nutrition, I have repeatedly seen the stress of people as they fall prey to temptation during the holidays and the pounds start to creep back up...

 

Editor´s Note: The holiday season is the perfect time to get in touch with ourselves, connecting not only body to mind but also mind and diet. According to Lorna Sophocleous, founder of Lorna Wellness, staying focused and being mindful about the food we eat may benefit the body bringing in the New Year. Tuning into what is on the plate, eating slowly and putting the fork down between bites are excellent tips on how to appreciate and feel gratitude towards ourselves, spreading holiday cheer without the pounds.

 

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by Carol Whitaker

Portion control is essential to master for a health and wellness. I'm often asked what to eat to lose weight and build muscle, my answer is always the same, to eat a small balanced meal every three hours to jump start the metabolism and balance blood sugar levels. Eating a small meal is just that - smaller portions...

 

Editor's Note: Let’s face it. The body loves lighter, healthy food. Carol Whitaker highlights how to eat less in her article with helpful tools incorporated into daily routines with portion control. With helpful tips on weight loss success, like closing the kitchen by 7PM, it’s easy to master goals and be rewarded with more energy, longevity and, of course, weight loss.

 

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by Andrea Beaman, HHC

It seems almost all cultures around the world have used some type of pickle or other fermented food; in Japan they ate takuan and oshinko pickles, and umeboshi plums; China is famous for it’s kimchee (Kimchi); throughout Europe, dill, sour and garlic pickles were the flavor; in Germany it was sauerkraut; Russian people ate kefir, pickled cabbage and beets; and people in the Mediterranean dined on olives and yogurt...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: Every culture around the world eats some form of fermented food to help aid in digestion.  Unfortunately, today in our fast paced world, many people have walked away from these traditions. Andrea Beaman talks about the benefits of fermented foods and provides us with a very easy recipe to make our own.

 

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Editor´s Note: Protein bars seem to be the perfect source of nourishment, especially immediately after a good workout, but is the tasty treat really that healthy for us? Take a look at the clip to see what may be hiding in the delicious bite, besides protein.

 

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Editor´s Note: The pomegranate is a healthy, beautiful and delicious fruit, but how many of us pass right by them, thinking "too much work" or just have no clue on how to prepare. This short video presents the simple preparation of this ancient fruit, packed with powerful anti-oxidants and fiber.

 

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by Susan Holmberg, MS, CNS

Body fat is not an inert substance. It's an extremely active endocrine organ, excreting all kinds of nasty compounds. We're just beginning to scratch the surface of its effects.
 

 

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