If exercise is king, nutrition is queen. You are not only what you eat, you are also the process that transforms what you eat into your physical body.
The quality and integrity of your body depends on how well you digest, absorb, assimilate and utilize the nutrients from your food.
Biochemical resources are derived from proper digestive fuel and function, which interact to determine your body's mental, emotional and physical state.
Focus on lean meats and vegetables, with at least 50% raw foods. Avoid food-like substances found in boxes at the grocery store and cartons at the drive-through. Whole foods feed the whole body. Local organics are best.
Avoid excess sugar and common allergens which include soy, wheat (gluten), dairy, corn and eggs. Blood tests and applied kinesiology help determine which foods most apply to an individual patient.
Eating at least 50% raw foods prevents inflammation during digestion. The live enzymes clean up and facilitate the whole digestive process. Regenerative antioxidants found in leafy greens and other colorful vegetables promote optimal health throughout the body.