An Exciting Add-On Tool for Nutritionists

August 5, 2016 | Leave a response
Metabolic Balance

One meal plan does not suit all! Metabolic Balance® is an innovative all-natural nutrition program that brings balance to hormones, optimizes health, and leads to a new invigorating lifestyle resulting in successful long-term weight management. It is backed by over 25 years of scientific research and is managed by dedicated physicians and nutritional scientists. The […]

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A Metabolic Approach to Holistic Nutrition

September 28, 2015 | Leave a response

A Metabolic Approach to Holistic Nutrition Holistic nutritionists can add another dimension to their practice by incorporating a metabolic approach to holistic nutrition. The Metabolic Balance program was developed in Germany in 2002, and it is designed to help clients reach their desired weight and health goals. Holistic nutritionists can learn about metabolic balance as part of their continuing education at the Edison Institute of Nutrition. The Importance of Metabolism The metabolism has been described, as the body’s powerhouse that provides needed energy that sustains life. The body uses the metabolic process to break down food and transform it into substances that provide and transport energy needed for activities and bodily functions. Metabolism can differ from person to person, which ...

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New Principles of Food Combining

April 25, 2015 | 41 Comments on New Principles of Food Combining

In 1985 we were introduced to “proper” food combining by Harvey and Marilyn Diamond in Fit for Life. For many years we have been taught that proper combining of foods optimizes the digestive processes. It has long been thought that eating a variety of foods together can interfere with the digestion of certain others. For example, fruits were to be eaten on their own to avoid fermentation. Grains were to be eaten separately from proteins. Likewise, it is possible to eat foods which enhance the digestion or, at least, do not interfere with the digestion of the others. For example, proteins were to be eaten with non-starchy vegetables.  “Grazing” every 2 hours, with six smaller meals a day has also ...

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