Holistic Nutrition in Denver

Holistic Nutrition

Holistic Nutrition

If you have reached your limits in searching for the answers from modern medicine, change your focus on holistic nutrition. Nutrition is a part of everyone’s daily life. Everyone has to eat, but most people are not eating healthy and a lot of the food consumed in our society is not real food, but food like substances. I coined that term last year. (FLS)

Holistic nutriton is nutrition that is based on real food that can heal the body and mind. The universe created all the real food that we need to be healthy. Unfortunately, most of the food in the grocery stores and in the restaurants is not healthy and this unhealthy food is the main contributing factor in the alarming rate of illness and disease around the world. 

Holistic nutrition is also about using natural nutritional supplements and herbs when needed and using laboratory testing when needed. Laboratory testing is a wonderful tool to show what is going on in various systems of the body. Holistic nutriton is a way of life and it looks at the underlying issue of health challenges, illness and disease. Sadly, the majority of the time, modern medicine takes a superficial look at the symptoms and not at the underlying issue. It’s wonderful to alleviate troublesome symptoms, but no real healing will take place until the underlying causes are addressed.  The majority of people who are suffering from ill health are not getting the answers from modern medicine and they are not getting any healthier. 

Hopefully, these people will start to question modern medicine and a light bulb will turn on and they will see the ray of hope and healing through holistic nutrition.

Primal Radiance is all about holistic nutriton and a holistic way of living.  Contact Primal Radiance to get on the path to amazing health.

Nutritionist in Denver

Being a nutritionist in Denver is exciting and fun as I help one person at a time to achieve awesome and amazing health! My confidence and the results with my clients allows me to state that I am one of the best, if not, the best nutritionist in Denver. My passion is on fire when it comes to spreading the truth about healthy food and how nutrition is the best prevention and cure for illness and disease.

Being a nutritionist in Denver, I know that people are busy, perhaps too busy, and they are stressed; and they want to enjoy life, with a full social calendar and outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and snowboarding; and they want to stay healthy; and this is where I stand out! I have done the research and I know that being healthy is more than just good nutrition. Nutrition is the foundation of a healthy body and mind, but there are other aspects of life that are very important and I know some of these key aspects.

The most important aspects, other than nutrition, are the following: emotional health and expression, stress reduction, exercise and the two missing links called circadian rhythm and earthing. These two missing links are so important to living an energized and vibrant life. Circadian rhythm is about doing your best to be awake and asleep with the rising and setting of the sun, eating foods that are in season and minimizing being on the computer and cell phone after the sun sets. Earthing is about placing your bare-feet on the the Earth: grass, sand, dirt, etc. With Earthing, you will receive negative electrons from the Earth and these negative electrons will decrease inflammation and increase your energy and overall health.

I enjoy being a nutritionist in Denver as I teach my clients more than just nutrition. I teach them life skills that help them live long and vibrant lives without succumbing to a chronic illness or disease.

Here is some awesome information on Earthing.

Check out some of my previous blogs on Circadian Rhythm and Earthing. If you want to talk with an amazing nutritionist in Denver, please call me. I offer a short evaluation for free.


Fluoride is toxic

The use of fluoride in drinking water across the country has been in place for decades and it has been praised as one the best medical advancements for the last 100 years. Safe and effective is what the dental and medical fields have been saying for years.

Do you know that the fluoride added to our water is toxic. Fluoride is toxic! This fluoride comes from the phosphate mining and fertilizer industry. Fluoride is a toxic by-product that occurs from the mining and processing of phosphate rocks. It is deemed toxic by the EPA, yet is magically becomes okay if it is packaged up and sold to water municipalities across the country.

This fluoride is toxic and can cause health problems in the body such as learning problems, neurological damage, thyroid damage and overall endocrine issues.

Studies show the fluoride does not decrease cavities and improve overall dental health.  Healthy teeth have to do with a healthy diet. The fact that fluoride is toxic is just another fraud perpetrated on the citizens of this country.

For a detailed account of the damage of fluoride, check out this video from Dr.Paul Connett, who recently spoke at the public fluoride forum at Denver Water on July 29, 2015. We Are Change Colorado was instrumental in brining about this public fluoride forum.

Guerrilla Gardening and Nutrition

Beautify your surroundings and do some Guerrilla gardening. Plant flowers and vegetables and improve your physical and mental health. A healthy body and mind will do wonders for your overall health.

This article is from   The author of this article is Lia Leendertz. 

If you have an urge to garden but no patch of soil to call your own, consider joining the ranks of guerrilla gardeners. Guerrilla gardening is the act of taking on a patch of neglected, bedraggled public land to make it beautiful using flowers, vegetables, and fruits. Flat-dwellers, house sharers, and students are all unlikely to be able to exercise the desire to garden in a traditional way, but if you look beyond the garden gate, you can find a wealth of opportunities.

People start guerrilla gardening for many different reasons. For some, it is just about satisfying that gardening itch, which is so hard to scratch in an urban setting. For others, it is about improving their surroundings: if you stand at a bus stop staring at an abandoned planter every morning, you might eventually be moved to plant something in it and brighten up your journey to work. For others still, it is about community and finding like-minded people to garden with. Finally, a large number of guerrilla gardeners see it as a political act and plant edible plants as a statement about food security, to increase the amount of locally grown food, and to show others how easily it can be done. Of course, this is all about public service, and we would only recommend doing this in a way that pleases the community, and does not create a problem with anyone.

Guerrilla Gardening: How To Make A Seed Bomb

Whatever your personal reasons for guerrilla gardening are, your first step is to find a place to do it. Once you open your eyes and start looking around your neighborhood, you will see all sorts of unused possible planting spaces. The beauty of guerrilla gardening is that once you have identified your spot and chosen a few plants, you have no further barriers to overcome: stir up your courage, grab a few basic tools, and you are off. You do not need to seek permission.

This brings us to another of the joys of guerrilla gardening: its subversive nature. Gardening has never been the edgiest of pastimes, but guerrilla gardening genuinely is. You are gardening in the public realm, a space usually reserved for officials and government employees, and it feels downright naughty. Many prefer to kick off their guerrilla gardening exploits under cover of darkness when they are less likely to be spotted and questioned by anyone in authority. Although this perhaps adds to the thrill, it is even better to be bold about it. Once you’ve got a couple of night raids under your belt, come out in the daytime and be proud. Talk to interested passersby, and you may find allies or even future guerrilla gardening companions. Local shopkeepers are particularly useful, if you can get them on your side. It will be in their interest for their neighborhood to look smarter and prettier, and they may offer sponsorship in the form of tools, plants, or even just a cup of tea on a cold day. By talking and engaging with them, you will at the very least start to build up a little support for your work should it ever be threatened by the dead hand of officialdom.

Guerrilla Gardening: Best Places To Plant

Another option – should you have the urge to improve your neighborhood environment horticulturally but waver at setting out a high-street planter – is to approach schools, old people’s homes, or even police stations and community centers to see what beds they have lying fallow. Beds are often built into the fabric of such buildings and then left without attention or a gardener. They are ripe to be taken over. Here you will need to ask permission, but such spaces have the added benefit that the inhabitants of the building will likely become interested and involved in harvesting and eating any produce, sowing seeds, caring for the beds, or just in appreciating and encouraging your efforts.

Guerrilla Gardening: Higher Maintenance Crops for Bigger Areas

Guerrilla Gardening Starter Kit

You will need a few things to get started wherever you decide to guerrilla garden. A trolley of some sort will always be handy because you will have tools and plants to carry to the site and rubbish to remove. If you are gardening next to a road or on a roundabout, consider wearing a high-visibility vest; you may want to garden hidden from prying eyes but not to the extent that you put yourself in mortal danger. The first job of taking on any neglected space will be tidying up, so take along rubbish bags, gloves, and litter pickers on your first visit. The soil will likely be in a poor, degraded state, but you will be amazed by how much a couple of inches of compost can improve the look of a bed and make it instantly look cared for. Take along a big bag of cheap soil improver, such as mushroom compost or well-rotted farmyard manure. For small beds, take hand tools such as a hand fork and a trowel; for larger beds, take a fork and spade. You will need to choose and source a few plants. Take along a watering can and as much water as you can carry in your trolley because you will likely be unable to find a source once you are out and about.

Maintenance or the lack of it will decide whether your guerrilla gardening antics succeed or fail, so you should do a few things to set the odds in your favor. Only choose sites that are near your home or that you pass frequently. Any location that involves going out of your way to tend will quickly be forgotten or become too much trouble to maintain. Accept that your new gardening patch will require maintenance. It will look marvelous when first tidied up and planted, and the temptation will be great to brush your hands free of soil and walk away, satisfied that you have done a great job. But if left untended, your patch will very quickly become weedy and litter-filled again, and your newly planted plants will die. Mentally book yourself in for a maintenance session every week, and put it in the diary to make sure it happens.

Guerrilla Gardening: Lower Maintenance Crops for Smaller Areas

Guerrilla gardening is fun, community-spirited, and hugely satisfying, particularly if you see it as a long-term task. Set about it right and you will bring color and beauty to your neighborhood’s most forlorn patches for many years to come.

Nutritionist and Health Coach in Denver, Colorado

If you’re seeking an awesome nutritionist and health coach in Denver or anywhere in the world, you’ve discovered the best. I have helped many clients to achieve awesome and amazing health. Being a nutritionist, I look at many factors and I recommend the best healing foods and supplements for you. Being a health coach, I inspire, motivate and guide you to make the healthy food choices and the healthy and necessary lifestyle changes needed to heal your body and mind.

I have clients in many states around the country and they enjoy the fact that I can help and guide them to fantastic health over the phone or Skype.

Healthy food truly is the best medicine and the best medicine is healthy food. Nutrition is the foundation upon which all else is built. Nutrition is like the foundation of a house. If the foundation is weak, it does not matter how much money you spend on the interior with furniture, art, rugs, appliances, etc., because the interior will be damaged when the foundation crumbles.

Are you ready to embrace the transformation and rejuvenation that will happen if you decided to work with me as your online nutritionist and health coach? If you live in the Denver area you can work with me as your in person nutritionist and health coach or as your online nutritionist and health coach.

Nutrition is the best prevention and cure for illness and disease. I welcome you to begin your journey to awesome and amazing health.