Food is the fuel that powers your engine.
What you eat affects every aspect of your day, from the moment you wake up to closing your eyes at night. When you eat good, you feel good. You become the rock star of your own life — more productive at work, more patient in relationships and an all-around happier person.
Food can be a friend, or an enemy ...
depending on what you choose to put in your body.
It can feed disease, or foster healing. Over-processed foods with lab-created ingredients, or even pesticide-laden fruits and veggies can weigh you down, make you feel sluggish and even cause pain. On the flip side, whole foods have the power to strengthen the immune system, protect your bones and joints, give you energy for your day and positively affect your mood.
In a culture that's largely addicted to "overs" — over-working, over-eating, over-drinking, over-exercising — even small efforts to eat better can have a big impact, like adding lemon to your water, or replacing margarine with grass-fed butter. Choosing healthy, organic whole foods lets you take control of your life and become the captain of your own ship.
My quest for optimal nutrition began in my twenties when I got very sick while carrying my first and only child.
My healing journey lead me to a world outside of allopathic medicine, and into the world of holistic healing and health. I then began my journey as a student of natural healing through whole foods, herbs, and whole food supplements. I learned how amazingly the body can heal itself when fed organic whole foods and changed my world. I became a disciple of God’s medicine-- whole foods and herbs.
Penny Sparks, Master Nutrition Therapist
Talk to your local farmers. Ask questions. Read labels.
Pay attention to how you feel when you eat certain foods.
Become an advocate for your own health.
Take back your power with Telos.