Nutrition Coach – It’s Necessary. I was on the fishing dock the other day. Unfortunately, fishing was slow. So, all of the people fishing got to talking. Someone asked me what I did. I mentioned I was a PhC specializing in enzyme nutrition. This person said “Great, my daughter over here is majoring in nutrition.” I was time to drop the bomb.
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Nutrition Coach – It’s Necessary. However, before I continue my tale I need to explain the inspiration behind this article. As hard to believe as it sounds, sometimes I run out of material. When this happens, I’ll surf the web looking for popular health topics so I can bring you the best and latest in health research. This time, I ran across an article about “heart-healthy foods.” However, as a read it I realized how misguided our “expert” dietary advice is in the U.S.
Sorry for the interruption, let me continue. As we talked, I emphasized the importance of nutrition. As the conversation continued, I also talked about how most of the “expert” nutritional guidelines in this country were flat out wrong. You could see this girl’s eyes get bigger and bigger as I went on. I talked about the dangers of pasteurized dairy, unsprouted nuts, peanuts and whole grains. Sadly, her jaw just about hit the floor. Then I explained all the reasons why these were unhealthy foods. Then I talked about the importance of fats and the elimination of simple carbs. She looked shocked. I know school is teaching her that fats are bad. However, only trans-fats are bad. Then I went into the cholesterol myth, siting study after study.
Some “Healthy” Foods aren’t
Sadly, many of the “heart-healthy” foods in the article I read were also quite harmful – even for your heart. Some were great ideas, like olive oil, avocados and dark leafy greens. However, the majority included dairy, roasted unsprouted nuts, and legumes.
This is why it’s important to have a nutrition coach. In fact, this is one of the most important things I do for my enzyme nutrition patients. I teach them how to eat to their own genetic strengths. In fact, I can’t count the number of times a patient or potential patient told me they ate healthy, only to be shocked when I went over their diet and the research behind it. How do I know this? In addition to my 200+ hours of post-graduate nutrition training, I also keep up on the latest research. While I’m on the subject, what’s the first thing grocery stores run out of when you hear of a potential snow storm? Two of the unhealthiest things you can buy. What are they? Bread and milk, of course.
Eat to YOUR Strengths
At Redmond Ridge Nutrition, we focus on two major aspects of your health. First, teaching you how to eat to your own genetic strengths. Second, using the right enzyme supplements to help you properly digest and absorb the vital nutrients from your food, and to help stressed organs use that nutrition properly for healthy function.
Are you concerned about your diet, or the diet health crises in the U.S.? If so, you can contact us one of several ways to set up a consultation. You can reach us on the web, stop by our office in Redmond, WA, or call us at 425-868-0120. Then I will personally sit down with you and talk about your suffering and how it affects your life. I will even do some preliminary testing as well as Bio Impedance Analysis (BIA). In fact, did you know that both NASA and Cancer Treatment Centers of America rely on BIA? These tests help me determine if you are a good candidate for care. If you’re not, we’ll make every effort to provide the proper referral.
After many years of clinical practice, Dr. Marrone has forged a remarkable career as a practitioner, educator and lecturer. Furthermore, his extensive knowledge of enzyme nutrition has made him a much sought-after practitioner. If you are suffering from health problems that nobody seems to have the answer to or are sick and tired of the revolving door of corporate hospitals, give Dr. Marrone a call to set up a consultation