The path to wellness
As someone who has researched and published in the nascent field of nature-based primary illness prevention, I have seen mass confusion as to what constitute s a wellness plan. For example:
Eating Plans: Everyone “knows” that a healthy diet is a low fat, high fat, low carb, high carb, high protein, low protein, high fiber, low fiber, salt-free, GFDF, vegan, lacto-octo vegetarian , pescatarian, fruitarian, paleo, USDA pyramid, SCD, Atkins, South Beach, Blood Type, blah blah diet. Right?
Exercise: Everyone “knows” that a proper exercise program will: cause weight loss, cause weight gain, improve health, damage health. Everybody know that a “proper” exercise program is: jogging, marathons, triathlons, walking, swimming, jumping rope, yoga, weight lifting, contact sports, HIIT, 30 minutes a day, 30 minutes a week, 30 minutes a month, blah, blah program. Right?
Detoxification: Colonics, liver flushes, gall bladder flushes, fasting, liquid diets, bladder cleanses, saunas, blah, blah protocol. Right?
So, which guru should a person follow, and why? Since everyone’s lifestyle is actually an experiment with an unknown outcome, it pays to choose wisely.
We chose nature for answers as to what constitutes a healthy lifestyle. It is an experimental program developed by Montecito Wellness. We ignore RDs, nutritionists, and other Western, Eastern, mainstream and alternative health gurus. Stay tuned. We don not ignore Mother Nature.
Here’s the great article that inspired this post: