From a global perspective, a human body is basically put together in the same way. However, each person is also uniquely different, with a specific blueprint. As well, when someone experiences adverse health conditions, symptoms or disease, these too are individual and specific.
Therefore, healthcare and nutrition must consider each person biological individuality and uniqueness in order to effectively support and promote good health. The functional and holistic approach to whole body health and nutrition utilized here at The Whole Body Shop, accomplishes just this – understanding that each person is unique, all system work together synergistically, healing comes from within and problems don’t usually happen overnight. It is important to uncover/discover the underlying dysfunctions and progression of factors that led to each person’s current state of health, and address each person’s unique pattern of external input – food, water, activity, mindfulness/relaxation, etc. for optimal health.
Living in the modern world, in societies that thrive on technology and information, can be overwhelming and confusing – and a bit toxic! When research has discovered that a baby in the womb has already been exposed to hundreds of chemicals, it is hard to live in a way to promotes health even when trying to be healthy.
Nutrition often focuses on the food you are eating or not eating. While this is very important, whole body health also includes addressing systemic dysfunction, particularly digestion and the microbiome, habits, patterns and perspectives (i.e. the mind, thoughts, and emotions).
Diet and lifestyle are major contributing factors to age related conditions and disease. This means that we have to make different choices. Are you ready to change more than just your diet? Are you ready to think about nutrition as being beyond food? Are you ready to support your body to be able to heal itself? Are you ready?!
I am looking for clients who are ready to change and who are ready for support on their journey.