Your diet plays a profound role in your health and wellness. Many patients wish to lose weight. The more honest approach to wellness is to eat healthy. Eating healthy is more than eating wholesome foods. It is also eating appropriate portions, Eating at the proper times and only when truly hungry. Healthy eating is also about eating primarily for fuel and not for non-nutritional reasons.
In our culture (and probably in most cultures around the world) people eat for a variety of psychological reasons. Meals and foods commemorate holidays, celebrations and even deaths. The funeral casserole is a staple of most American families. And we rarely accept an invitation to someone’s home and arrive empty-handed.
So, how can we, as your doctors, help you build a repertoire of healthy recipes? We want to offer assistance in relearning the best ways to manage food and meal times.