Real food is only part of the story…
WHOLE HEALTH requires a balance of the “Essential Six Elements”.
As a result of our work with hundreds of clients over the past decade, we have developed the “Essential Elements Method” approach to wellness. These six key components are crucial to optimal health.
We have consistently observed that an imbalance or dysfunction in one or more Elements compromises overall health and the whole body suffers. Everything in the body is connected, and it is only when all of the Essential Elements are addressed that WHOLE HEALTH can be realized.
Real Food Whole Health presents our “Essential Six Elements of Whole Health”
Read Introducing the Essential Elements– the first in a series of posts about the Elements.
REAL FOOD DIET
Eating a properly prepared, nutrient-dense diet consisting of real, traditional foods, appropriate for your body & health status. Read more about the Real Food Diet Element here.
THE PHYSICAL BODY
(Organs, systems & structure) Achieving proper digestion and a healthy gut, blood sugar handling, fatty acid and mineral balance, optimal hydration, adequate sleep and structural alignment. Read more about The Physical Body Element Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here.
Opting for personal care & household products that are low in chemicals, making conscious health-care decisions, appropriate detoxification and reducing electromagnetic radiation exposure. Read more about the Non-Toxic Lifestyle Element Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here.
MOVEMENT & NATURE
Engaging in proper movement, getting plenty of fresh air and sunshine, grounding to the Earth and spending time in nature. Read more about the Movement & Nature Element Part 1 here and Part 2 here.
THOUGHTS & EMOTIONS
Eliminating negative thought & emotional patterns, balancing stress, inspiring creativity/finding purpose and addressing the energy system of the body. Read more about the Thoughts & Emotions Element Part 1 here and Part 2 here
Fostering social relationships, nurturing your spiritual side and adopting a conscious cultural mindset. Read more about the Connections Element here.