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Eating healthy, nutrient-dense, organic, locally and regeneratively-grown, primarily plant-based foods is a simple yet profound act of healing. In most cases, it is the first and last medicine for all that ails our bodies, minds, souls, and planet.
It is a form of climate justice, social justice, ecological activism, animal advocacy, economic justice, and regenerative lifestyle. It's also totally delicious and, approached with some discernment, can contribute greatly to health and well-being.
Nutritional psychologists and psychiatrists have linked inadequate eating with countless forms of mental and emotional disturbance, and functional nutrition with resilience, stable mood, and joy.
We offer support for exploring functional plant-based cuisine through private sessions, group classes, and shared recipes, demos, and articles.
Functional plant based cuisine is an aesthetic art.
Having a clean diet is one of the foundations for well-being. Food can be medicine. When we don't treat food as medicine, we experience negative results in our physical bodies. Perhaps lesser-known: it also negatively affects our emotional, mental, and subtle experience. The arts of eating, cooking, cultivating, and harvesting food have implications on our minds, our bodies, on the environment, on the biosphere, on the social sphere, and on the political sphere.
Conscious eating, especially functional plant-based cuisine, is a form of ecological healing.
We are not suggesting that you give up your favorite foods. Incorporating any amount - even a small amount - of ethically sourced functional plant-based cuisine into our diets can have far-reaching effects.
How do we take our love and enjoyment for food to the highest level and have it be an act that heals the planet, our body and our mind all at the same time?
Without sacrificing the joy of eating?
Without giving up the spice of life?