Organic Living

Unfortunately in our world today, so much of the nutrition information is skewed by personal interests of those involved financially. We get caught up in food and industry myths and lies and forget that we are in much more control than we think.  

The importance of organic food is not one of opinion but rather science, and studies as well as human experience. Humans were designed to be in nature, among the trees and forest and natural things. We ate what we could find naturally in nature, not in the supermarket.

||The less processed food, the better! The less added sugars the better! Treat your body with respect and you will go far. Our bodies do best while running on fuel from organic, nutrient rich food. ||

  • Keep the Dirty Dozen in mind while grocery shopping for the week

  • Try to follow the “5 ingredients or less” rule when purchasing packaged goods.

  • Eliminate toxic cleaners from the house and home environment and replace with natural plant-based cleaners.

  • Only use organic and plant-based products on your skin and face, including perfumes and lotions! Our skin is the largest organ in our body! We must be aware of the chemicals that could seep into our systems this way.

  • Use a water filter to eliminate toxins such as pesticides, heavy metals, pharmaceuticals and fluoride from your tap water. These all contribute to health issues when consumed long-term.

  • Find time in nature every day, even if it is just a walk around the block! Surrounding yourself with trees is optimal.

Start by incorporating one of these at a time! Each step towards natural living is a step towards health and wellness. For personalized holistic health coaching, email me at!