Whether your goal is to alleviate pain, lose weight, recover from an injury or offset a sedentary lifestyle, a consistent focus on nutrition is the bedrock of progress. A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) could be your best ally.
It should be no surprise that providing your body with the proper building blocks is an absolute must. Our bodies have a significantly decreased chance of recovery if there is a shortage of essentials. In addition, some things in your diet may be obstacles to progress and significant gains will require eliminating them.
The items we eat regularly is by far the biggest factor in preventable dis-ease. In the US, dis-eases of “excess” are quite prevalent. Generally speaking, we have access too much of what is not good for us. This is not balanced and will create imbalance.
Whether you like it or not, it is a full-time job to manage what does and does not go into your body but you don’t have to do it alone …
Meet Kate Zink, NTP
Kate Zink is an NTP serving Harford County, MD. Her story is quite impressive. Through inquiry, trial & error and most importantly, persistence, Kate has transformed her life from a stack of chronic pain symptoms to a rewarding personal and professional journey of wellness (that now includes motherhood). Learn more about her story at ChronicallyHolistic.com.
Remember, your body can only build/repair with the building blocks you provide so I strongly recommend that patients interested in acupuncture should also include a dietary approach that will compliment their wellness goals. Take concrete steps today and contact Kate to explore how she can help. Her site is full of great resources she updates her content quite regularly with useful tidbits.