Foodergies!: Eat Right with Food Families

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Author: Keiles Laura
Published: Feb 2013
Publisher: Laura Keiles
Number of pages: 216
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Product Description:

The foods we eat become a part of us. What if what we ate contributed to our ill health even though we are told the foods are 'good for us' - the masses? As bio-chemical individuals, we need to identify those foods and their food families which keep our system working to their maximum efficiency. We are told to exercise, get enough sleep and water, and eat right - but what does that really mean to you? This book goes into food as fuel, information and potential toxin to the consumer. There are many metaphors to describe what we are - the best is a electro-chemical engine. It needs to be fueled and maintained for a long, utilized life. A brief review of the human engine and plant botany will be used to set the stage for explaining how to identify the best foods for you.

About the Author:

Laura Keiles, PMP, ND, HC is a certified Project Management Professional, Naturopathic Consultant, Certified Health Coach and certified Gluten Free Practitioner in Hillsborough, NJ. She obtained her certification as a Health Coach from Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She graduated in 2011 with a Doctor of Naturopathy degree from Clayton College of Natural Health. Ms. Keiles has her certification as Project Management Professional since 1995. She has also studied Integrative Medicine for Mental Health so that she can find other ways to resolve pain using neuro-psychological supportive remedies. She is Board Certified by American Association of Drugless Practitioners. In 2008, she was identified with osteoarthritis of unknown origin, and shortly thereafter, with gluten and dairy sensitivity. This became a personal mission to help others learn to live pain free in a pain filled world, as she had learned to. Through a structured project plan of homeopathy, detoxification, cleanses, and dietary modification she found a way to support and maintain her health. She is committed to being the researcher and student, gathering data/information and turning it into knowledge and wisdom to share, and support others on their journey of health improvement.