It's time for a change in our approach to health and wellness

Not only do we need an honest conversation if we are going to change the health epidemic that we are experiencing in the U.S., but we will have to work together to return to common sense and a basic understanding of who we are and how we are designed to practice health. It's time we created the space to accurately identify and diagnose what is causing most of our health problems and stop focusing all our time, energy and money on just treating the results of our daily diets and daily lives that are consistently deficient in whole-person nourishment. Heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, inflammation, gut disease, autoimmune conditions, obesity and 70% of all cancers are usually the direct result of what we choose to eat three or four times a day. Depression, loneliness, disconnection, boredom, and hopelessness are not only linked to our physical health but can also be a result of a missing practice of whole-person health.

What is the point of running all these blood tests when the problem is right in front of our eyes? Why had we rather talk about Vitamin D levels but not our weight gain? Especially when diet-related disease and sickness are the leading causes of death and chronic sickness, not low Vitamin D levels. Will we continue to turn a blind eye to our nutrient deficient diets and our self-sabotaging habits just to ask for a pill or will we continue to focus our attention toward some fragmented piece of information that won't make a bit of difference in our health? We are literally consuming ourselves to death every day. Yet, we build bigger hospitals, take more pills and continue to follow a broken weight-loss formula that feeds our addiction to food and prevents us from experiencing whole-person health 

  • It is time we create the space to return to the basics and rebuild a community willing to put people before profits and to stop pushing them toward products, programs, and formulas.
  • It's time we told the truth and put people’s health back in their hands. We deserve the responsibility, encouragement, and tools to treat, reverse and prevent diet-related disease and sickness, and be healthy. The truth is that we cannot change a health epidemic until we come together, to tell the truth about who we are and how we are designed to practice a daily health routine of breathing, listening, asking, looking and moving to nourish our whole-person health.
  • It's time we all had a chance to start over and rediscover how we are naturally designed to VIVE and be healthy.