Nutritional & Dietary Support

“You are what you eat” is no longer just a glib expression.

Modern research has proved the effect that a good nutrition program has on both physical and emotional well being. This program allows you to evaluate and analyze your current eating habits and help you to eliminate those symptom-producing foods from your diet.

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Our Program combines innovation and convenience to educate you about comprehensive diet plans right to your desktop.

No single diet is right for everyone.

We provide you with basic nutritional information. It may be customized to perfectly suit your individual needs.

Modern society offers a variety of tempting foods that may be disturbing the balance of your sugar metabolism, overloading your bile production or even accelerating your heart rate.

Allow your body to benefit maximally from a balanced and well nourishing food plan that is easy to follow.

You will be able to monitor yourself over an 8 week period.  It gives you the time needed to get accustomed to the changes. You may make any choices you wish.

We offer basic nutritional and dietary information to help you learn how to build a personally healthy diet.

  • Learn about healthy eating from nutritional information we provide you.
  • Every day your body requires a certain amount of energy from carbohydrates, protein and fats to function properly.
  • Eating a variety of foods ensures that you get all of the necessary nutrients and other substances associated with good health.  No single food provides all of the nutrients your body needs,

Eating well doesn’t have to be complicated.

Unless you need a special diet for a specific health problem, the best approach is to follow general dietary recommendations. These recommendations have evolved over the years to keep pace with an expanding scientific knowledge on how diet can affect health and prevent disease.

The most recent recommendations come from the National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine.

These guidelines are significantly different from those of the past, particularly in regard to carbohydrates and fat.

Now, more fat is allowed.  Carbohydrates recommendations have a lower minimum percentage.  Its now 44 percent from 55 percent. This is as a result of new research. The research shows that people with a certain body type and metabolic profile may benefit from fewer carbohydrates and more mono-unsaturated fat.



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“………….. now I have clearly accepted exactly how nutrition serves me and I am fully satisfied. — DV”

Life may not change but your Attitude will!