We can all benefit from eating more vegetables.
We can all benefit from learning the energetic properties of the food we consume.
Combine these and you will experience magic.
Do you think about the energy of the food you eat?
We are taught to think about the nutritional properties of food.
The macro-nutrients like protein, fat and carbohydrates
or the micro-nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals.
We think about the component parts of food,
but not the whole.
But that’s only part of the picture of what our food provides. Our food also provides its own energy, or life force. It’s why a supplement often doesn’t provide as much benefit as the food source of the same nutrients. It’s missing the life force.
Have you ever noticed how you feel after eating a big bowl of warm stew? You feel warm, nourished, grounded. How about after eating a big, raw salad? Or a glass of wine? Do you feel the same as you did after eating the stew? Or different? You are feeling the energetic qualities the food imparts. Equally as important as the nutrient content.
Adding an energetic perspective to your thinking about diet and lifestyle is the missing piece you’ve been looking for.
Thinking about all food in this way, and adjusting your decisions to reflect that knowledge opens up new possibilities for guiding your life and your health.
I focus on vegetables because I think their power is undervalued. Increasing the vegetables in my diet has changed my life. I hope you will find this to be true for you, as well.
Within our community are the strategies, knowledge, hands-on skills and support to make it easier to enjoy more whole foods and vegetables.
Courses and information are based on a macrobiotic, plant-based approach. Infused into the content is an energetic approach to diet and lifestyle.
What People are Saying
BS in Community Health
Plant-Based and Macrobiotic Chef
Doula, Nanny, Energy Worker.
As a child I would often lie face down outside in the grass during a rainstorm.
The Earth has always grounded me and helped me connect to myself.
It makes sense that it grew into a lifelong love of plants and sharing them with others.