In my practice I use a healthful diet to address many health concerns. Almost all health challenges can be improved by making healthy changes to the diet. Hypertension, high cholesterol, digestive disorders such as Celiac disease, Crohn's disease and Irritable Bowel Syndrome and many other conditions can be improved or reversed with dietary changes. A healthful diet for some might be whole, unprocessed foods and adding in the right balance of essential fatty acids while for others a diet that eliminates food allergies or sensitivities will encourage a dramatic improvement in their health. Grain-free or gluten-free diets can help people to feel remarkably better and can even help to heal symptoms that were thought to be unrelated to the digestive tract.
Eating fresh, whole, unprocessed food is the cornerstone of living a healthy life. That being said, all of us like to indulge when eating out, at celebrations or just for comfort.
The key is to learn to balance that with day to day healthful eating. That can be a struggle for many of us, me included. Keeping the extra pounds off has been one of the challenges in my life and something that still requires a lot of attention not only in my food choices but in understanding how food and my emotions are interconnected. Quick weight-loss diets are almost guaranteed to fail in the long run and with that the feeling that we are failures for not sticking to an impossible diet. Most of us can attest to the fact that when we are eating well (not starving or depriving), we feel better, look better and have a more positive outlook on life. That is what I try to achieve in my own life and what I want my clients to experience in their lives.
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Roseann Casale M.S.
4 Heights Road
Northport, NY 11768