Radio Show: Should We Ditch the Diets?

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Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo

In this show you'll learn:

  • Why we find it hard to achieve eating well all the time.
  • How to discern which foods are really healthy for us.
  • How to avoid going on-and-off a diet for our health.

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Every day, it seems, there is always some new advice, new articles, and new books about dieting.  The latest fads from Atkins to Paleo are picked up as ‘quick fixes' by people the world over.  Yet we live in a time of epidemic obesity.  Dieting is something we only think to do for six weeks to fit into a dress for a special occasion.  What we really need to be doing is finding health, and eating well all the time.  But how do we do it?

Join Dr. Ritamarie as she discusses why we may need to tear up our diet books.  The focus on dieting could be costing you your health.  A back-to-basic approach on diet is needed.

Additional Resources:

Join Dr. Ritamarie for her brand new program, Gut Repair and Alkalizing Nutrition for Digestion (GRAND), and learn:

  • How to assess the function of your digestive tract and its interaction with your brain, your hormones, and your energy!

  • The concept of transit time and its effect on your health.

  • The importance of chewing and a pre-meal, de-stress practice that can improve digestion exponentially.

  • The importance of an elimination diet and the 4R process for healing your digestion and sky-rocketing your energy

Check out Dr. Ritamarie's VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that food plays in your health, and strategies for planning your meals so that you can live your life full of energy and vitality.

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