To Support Your Healing Journey
A nutritious, well-balanced diet – along with physical activity and refraining from smoking – is the foundation of good health. Healthy eating includes consuming high-quality proteins, carbohydrates, heart-healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and water in the foods you take in while minimizing processed foods, saturated fats and alcohol.
Useful Links For Menu Ideas
Running on Real Food means fuelling your “engine” with real food. It’s all about using real, whole, plant-based foods to fuel a healthy, balanced lifestyle.https://runningonrealfood.com/about/
This is where healthy meets delicious! Our easy whole food plant-based recipes are all made from easy-to-find ingredients and don’t require any advanced kitchen skills. https://nutriciously.com/plant-based-recipes/
Delicious gluten free vegan puddings. The goal here is to make vegan eating easy, fun, and accessible for all. https://www.mydarlingvegan.com/31-vegan-gluten-free-dessert-recipes/
Should I avoid eating meat while I am healing?
By now, you’ve probably heard that eating meat is bad for you. The World Health Organization made headlines last year when it declared processed meat a “carcinogen” that increases your risk of colon or rectum cancer by 18 percent. But it’s not just processed meat that poses a health risk — science has known for a while that eating all kinds of animals, including “white meat,” is bad for you. Additionally, meat contains antibiotics which affect gut flora, and because it takes so long to digest, it slows down the transit of food though the gut, preventing the vital elimination of waste and toxins.
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