Peace, Joy and Resilient Health for 2016!

Peace, Joy and Resilient Health for 2016

New Year's resolutions are all about mental and physical health - not only for ourselves, but for our families, our neighbors, our country and our planet.   

Since every journey starts with a single step, embarking on the learning adventure of a new healthy diet is an important first step towards understanding your body's health and nutritional requirements. The Whole Approach®.com website is designed to support and inspire you on your journey toward the diet and lifestyle strategy that suits your individual needs. Just as each of us has a unique personality, health history, health challenges, and biochemical make up, we also have unique dietary needs.  This month, find helpful blogs to get you started and download your complimentary copy of the WholeApproach Food List and Dietary Guidelines!

Latest Blog Posts

Tips for Successful Candida Diet. by Tarilee Cornish, CNP  The primary goal of an effective candida diet is to support healing and detoxification through a nutritionally-balanced diet that is low in carbohydrates. The ideal diet for CRC recovery reduces or eliminates hard-to-digest foods that stress the digestive system as well as allergens and toxins that suppress the immune and nervous systems...Read more by clicking on the link above.

Tarilee's Top Ten Ways to Energize.by Tarilee Cornish, CNP 

In the Northern Hemisphere, autumn and winter bring about noticeable changes: fewer daylight hours resulting in less natural vitamin D; colder days leading to closed windows and more time indoors; local food sources change from green to starchy. Seasonal shifts can also have a profound effect on our energy levels.

Our diet changes from the cooling, energizing raw bounty to long-storing root veggies and squash with their comforting, warming energy. Colder temperatures can lead to cravings for richer “comfort” foods. The shift in our diet combined with reduced light and fresh air, usually results in slower thinking and reduced physical energy.

This is a very natural process that prepares us for the partial 'hibernation' of winter, insuring our bodies have a little extra stored fat for warmth. However, for most of us, the demands of our life do not decrease in the same way our available energy does. Fortunately, there are steps we can take to vitalize our mind and body. Here are ten sure ways to boost your mental acuity and physical energy...Read more by clicking on the link above.



Happy Healthy 2016!

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