At Envision Health and Wellness our mission is to transition and encourage our clients to live a healthy, sustainable, and joyful lifestyle.
Dieting is a multibillion dollar business.
It’s confusing to understand what is good for you and what isn’t because of the thousands of diets out there. They all seem to contradict each other. There are some dietary recommendations that are good for everybody. They would include eating more fruits and vegetables and less animal protein, eggs, dairy, refined sugar and junk food. Some diets are wacky, concentrating on eating one item, and yet they become a fad. Some are low in fat, high in carbohydrates and others low in carbohydrates and high in fat. Of the two, research shows the high fat and low carbohydrate diet usually results in better weight loss and is generally more sustainable.1 Fats from vegetable sources are more heart-healthy than their meat counterpart giving a person a 16% lower risk of dying from any cause, versus a 21% higher risk of dying from any cause.2 Most diets dictate what you should eat, and that doesn’t work well in the long run. Eventually, your body loses the weight, you stop following the plan, and gain the weight back.3
At Envision Health and Wellness we follow a protocol that everyone is Bio-Individual. What foods work for one person may be another person’s poison. We design a program around each individuals needs and gradually crowd out bad foods, replacing them with healthy, nutritious foods. We will find a heart healthy, sustainable way to eat that will only change as your needs do. No more Fad Diets!
1 Gunnars, Kris BSc (June 22 2017) healthline.com Retrieved from healthline.com 23 studies on low-carb and low-fat diets, Time to retire the fad
2 T.H. Chan School of Public Health (June 22 2018) Harvard Health Publishing, Retrieved from Harvard Health publishing Plant-based fats: Better for the heart than animal fats June 20182
3 Drhyman.com 5 reasons most diets fail (and how to succeed)
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I’m interested in improving my health and well-being, what is the next step?
Allyn will conduct a health and wellness history screenings for those interested. There is a short form that needs to be filled out and he can conduct the session via phone, skype, or in person. There is a limit to clients he can take.