plant-based diet

Not Your Grandmother's Nurtition


Eating right is the foundation for a wellness lifestyle. Unfortunately, the industrialization of our food supply has left nutrition lacking. Soil depletion, genetic modification, and pesticides have drastically changed in the last several decades. 

Aside from growing our own food, what can we do to maximize nutrition? 

Food enzymes can be beneficial for breaking down food and utilizing more of the available nutrition. When taken on an empty stomach, enzymes can also carry away stagnant waste in the digestive tract. People who have trouble digesting certain foods may be lacking an enzyme required for digestion. 

Even with a perfect diet, supplementation may still be necessary. In an ideal world, I would get all of my micronutrients, vitamins, minerals, omegas, and probiotics from whole foods. The inadequacies of our food supply, however, make it nearly impossible. I've noticed tremendous shifts in my overall health since adding supplements. These whole-food derived supplements fill in my nutritional gaps, and come with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Might as well give them a whirl.