I am a firm believer in cooking. To paraphrase Michael Pollan, I believe it may be the single most important thing we can do to improve our health and general well-being. As a health counselor, I know that eating nutritious whole foods, or “clean” foods free of the major potential toxins (such as gluten, dairy and refined sugar) is the fastest shortcut to feeling well, as my clients will testify.
But I also know that modern life can be stressful and fast-paced, and eating well can be pushed to the end of the priority list, only considered once the body’s blood sugar starts to take a nosedive. At that point, it can often feel “too late” to make a healthy choice and the body starts craving a quick bite or drink that will bring insulin and energy levels up, however temporarily. So begins a cycle of ups and downs, cravings for sugar and refined flours, and an overall lack of attention to what the body really needs.
That’s why I’ve made it my mission to provide convenient and nutritious meals, so that when you’re home from a long day of work, and your stomach is rumbling, you can quickly grab a lovely meal and give your body the nutrition it deserves.
Renew your body’s cravings for delicious whole foods and put yourself on a path to improved health. Because when you've got your health, there really is nothing you can’t accomplish.
In good health,