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Health and Wellness


Health Benefits

Other health and medical benefits... besides looking terrific and feeling  healthy, and having a new air of confidence!    

Better blood sugar and insulin control: The  American Diabetes Association acknowledges that a healthy diet in foods high in fiber and a good source of nutrients, provide "blood sugar control" benefits.  Eating healthier foods helps keep blood sugar levels under  better control and decreases the need for insulin release.

Disease and Cancer prevention: Reduce your risk for Type 2 diabetes, gallbladder disease, and several types of cancer. 

Coronary heart disease and Stroke prevention:  Lower blood pressure, reduced triglycerides (a type of blood fat linked to cardiovascular disease) boost levels of heart-friendly HDL cholesterol. 

Boost immune system: You will be eating foods higher in essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, which help to keep your  immune system strong and healthy.

Drastically Reduce Inflammation & REVERSE  Cholesterol build up on artery walls:  Yes, you can slowly reverse the years of unhealthy cholesterol build up, reducing inflammation and risk of heart disease and stroke.

Increased energy: Knowing which foods to eat  before, during, and after exercise helps athletes maximize their energy and recovery time. Even if you’re not a world-class athlete, or even a weekend athlete, understanding how foods affects your energy levels can help you stay alert and focused throughout the day. The human body digests and certain foods slowly, thereby providing a continued amount of energy. On the other hand, you will learn what foods are quickly digested, and can make you quickly crash after eating them.

Improved mood: One of the most important neurotransmitters that determines mood is serotonin. High levels of serotonin boost your mood, decrease food cravings, and promote restful sleep. Low serotonin levels have the opposite effect, making you feel tired, cranky, and out of sorts. The amount of serotonin in your bloodstream and brain is strongly linked to the foods you eat. Once again, the type of food you choose is crucial. Eating certain foods when you’re stressed causes a quick release, which feels great at the time, but not so great when your blood sugar and serotonin levels come crashing down shortly afterward.


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