Majority of kids and adults do not consume the recommended amount of 5 – 7 fruits and veggies each day. Fruits and vegetables provide nutrition in the form of vitamins, minerals, antioxidents and enzymes which your body needs to grow and develop. If your body is not receiving the proper fuel it needs, this lack of nourishment will turn into a variety of different health issues.
If you knew that increasing the nutrients your child consumes each day could increase their school performance, improve behaviors and prevent childhood health issues, would you want to learn more about how to make this a reality for your family?
While it is important to feed our bodies with nutrition, food alone is not the only part to true health. Our philosophy is that everything we consider as a source of nutrition is really just a secondary source of nourishment. The foods you eat are secondary to all of the other things that feed you.
According to MacMillan dictionary the definition of food is “that which is eaten to sustain life, provide energy, and promote the growth and repair of tissues; nourishment.” We need “food” to provide vitamins and minerals to the cells of our body however we are also fed by the energy and relationships we have in our lives. Nourishment of any kind is a source of energy. The relationships we have impact our energy levels and the choices we make about food.
We all want our house to be a home. Any parent wants the best for their family and we all want people to feel welcome in our homes. Our homes should be the safest place in the world, free from chemicals and toxins in our environment. You will be amazed at the hidden dangers in the everyday products we use, however, the power of a healthy home is more than just creating a toxin free enviroment. It is a way to bring all of the elements of Nutrition, Relationship and Home together. A healthy home consists of a place that feeds our mind, body and soul, is full of loving relationships and positive energy, is a safe place to be and enables us to be organized and open to the possibilities of bringing in the “good stuff” into our lives.