I posted a quote last week that pretty much sums up my philosophy of what I do as Nutrition and Wellness Consultant:
“Good health is a duty to yourself, to your contemporaries, to your inheritors, to the progress of the world.” Gwendolyn Brooks
How many of us look at the state of the world with climate change, natural disasters, racism, domestic abuse, chronic disease and depression and think, “what can I possibly do about it”? I’m too busy, too tired, too apathetic to even think about it.
Have you ever thought how improving your own health might save the world. Most of us know the drill when you fly on a plane to put your own oxygen mask on first, so that you can assist those who can’t help themselves, like children. What if we applied that concept to our every day health and wellness?
As the saying goes, “You are what you eat”, but the truth is we are only what we digest, absorb and assimilate. Even the best diet, which few of us consume, is only as good as what our bodies can process through proper digestion. So in the spirit of recovering from all the extra indulgences of the summer (or the holidays or whatever excuse you have), here are 10 tips to healthy digestion.
Tanya Sullivan is a Holistic Nutrition Consultant with many opinions on the state of our food and health.
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The entire contents of this website are based upon the opinions of Tanya Sullivan C.H.N.C. Please note that Tanya Sullivan C.H.N.C. is not a dietitian, physician, pharmacist or other licensed healthcare professional. The information on this website is NOT intended as medical advice, nor is it intended to replace the care of a qualified health care professional. This content is not intended to diagnose or treat any diseases. Always consult with your primary care physician or licensed healthcare provider for all diagnosis and treatment of any diseases or conditions, for medications or medical advice as well as before changing your health care regimen.