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 Sam Rafoss,


Sam Rafoss gives us 10 easy ways to heighten our nutrition. Let's start with 1.....

 

1. Water, Water, Water

Drink at least two liters of filtered or spring water each day to keep hydrated and to flush out toxins. Add the juice of half an organic lemon to two glasses of water in the morning to rehydrate your body after a nights sleep and to stimulate your digestive juices. Do not drink with your meals. Water and other liquids dilute your stomach acid (needed to break down food) and your digestive enzymes needed for assimilation of nutrients. Drink half an hour before and one hour after your meals...

 

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by Crystal Phillips, RHN

1. Sugar can suppress the immune system, making you more vulnerable to infections and illness.

2. Sugar will over-stimulate the adrenal glands resulting in quick yet fleeting energy that is always followed by fatigue...

 

 

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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 Dr. Bera Dordoni, ND

One common denominator that researchers have found in fully 95% of people with diseases is a non-nutritious diet. We've all heard it a million times, but just because it has become a cliché doesn't mean it isn't still true: in the long run, we really are what we eat. And, believe it or not, the road to disease can be altered and incubation cycles disrupted simply by consuming living foods...

 

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by Kristin Fraser

“Bouch” “Mother” “Mushroom” All interesting nicknames. But lets call it what it is – a fungus. A flat patty of jelly fish-like substance that’s pretty gross looking I must admit. Disgusting really. But when mixed with a combination of (typically) black and green tea as well as some sugar this fungus feeds away producing some significant health benefiting byproducts and a sparkling, champagne-like effervescent beverage that tastes somewhat like apple cider results... 


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by Dr. Joseph Mercola, DO

If you've ever read the ingredients lists on packaged foods, you know that there's a lot more in food these days than in generations past. Virtually every processed food now contains a laundry list of preservatives, colorings, flavorings, emulsifiers and more – and unless you're shopping at a natural specialty store, gone are the days when a loaf of bread contained just a few ingredients.

 

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by Katharine Pike, HHC, AADP

What do we mean by diet roller coaster and how do we get off of it?

Have you ever forced your weight down, then have it creep back up, force your weight down again, then watch it creep back up?...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: It seems like every time you turn around there is a new diet. And your friend or family member is trying it out, thinking this just might be the diet to help them lose the unwanted weight.  But if there was a way to get off of the roller coaster ride? What if there was a way to keep you nourished and balanced without deprivation? Katharine Pike is introducing us nourishment through our 5 senses.

 

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by Eric Steinman

Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

Last month Sean Hannity, conservative FOX TV personality, made an interesting comment about the state of hunger and nutrition in the United States. The context was Hannity defending prompts from a caller about whether Mitt Romney, being as wealthy as he is, is actually relatable to the masses of financially struggling Americans...

 

Editor's Note from Michael Jones: For many, beans and rice is a nutritional staple in the household. But in many countries it is the only meal one will eat. But is it enough to be considered a "complete meal?"

 

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by Randy Fritz

Your grandma and the Scots ate oats because it is inexpensive and grows anywhere.

I eat it for its taste and nutrition and many other benefits. It’s on my list of Powerfoods I eat regularly.

It’s really true what the cereal TV commercials say about those “crunchy oat clusters.”  They ARE good for you.. particularly if you make your own...

 

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by Karen Vaughan, LAc, Registered Herbalist (AHG)

As someone who was around in the ’50s and ’60s when there was less obesity, I have to tell you that diets were not that good.  TV dinners, Wonder bread, instant mashed potatoes, fish-sticks and whole milk predominated and vegetables tended towards the overcooked.  Food was cooked in Crisco, full of trans fats, and cotton seed oils.  Fresh vegetables came in during the late 60s, but predominated on the coasts...

 

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by Joseph M. Mercola, DO

A shocking demonstration of the illusion that the typical American has about their diet occurred earlier this year when nine out of 10 Americans told Consumer Reports they were eating a "somewhat," "very," or "extremely" healthy diet.

But if the vast majority of Americans were truly eating healthy, we would not have two-thirds of the population overweight...

 

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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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Our Health Is In Our Hands

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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