You may have come to the realisation, either swiftly or more slowly like us, that for better and worse, food is intimately linked to our health. And there’s much more to this than just weight. It’s now well known that what we eat can play a significant role in a range of diseases from diabetes, through to cardiovascular disease and cancer. And there’s more: personal experience has pointed us in the direction of nutrition for resolving or positively impacting hormone dependent illnesses, digestive issues, allergies, immunity, and skin health, and it doesn’t surprise us to learn that our food choices matter when it comes to mental health, too. If this list seems a little too diverse to be impacted by one intervention ie food, then we may be applying a medical mindset where it doesn’t belong. The medical approach applies a different solution for each malady. Where nutrition is concerned, the approach is to give the body what it needs to enable it to find the balance it is constantly seeking in order to keep us safe and healthy. This is why a plant-strong or fully plant based whole foods diet frequently makes such a positive difference. If this is a source of interest, or indeed fascination for you, as it is for us, then become part of the Conversation, share this mission with us!