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Organic Food

I highly recommend that all of my clients stick with an organic diet as much as possible. Organic food often provides higher quality nutrition with the least amount of toxic burden on the body. I have found this variable to be especially important when it comes to animal products and certain foods prone to GMO contamination, like corn and soy, but it’s best, especially during the initial phases of healing and detoxification (which can last 1-2 years), to consume only clean, organic food, whenever possible.

During a session, if we find, for example, that red meat is actually good for your body, this means a healthy, properly-raised red meat, free of antibiotics and GMO/glyphosate residues. Eating animal products manufactured from sick, poisoned animals results in sick, poisoned people, unfortunately. Organic food is definitely more expensive, but it’s an investment in your health and longevity.

For people who are less sensitive or not in the midst of trying to heal chronic conditions, I recommend checking out the “Dirty Dozen” and “Clean Fifteen” lists online. These lists can give you an idea of which foods are safer to eat, when not Certified Organic, and which foods should be avoided.