Finally, there's a diet that is biochemically unique to you!
Just like no two people look the same on the outside, with different heights, face shapes, skin tones and shoe sizes, no two people look the same on the inside. This concept is called biochemical individuality and it's imperative in developing the right diet for you. The same diet that works for your coworker -or even your sister- may not be good for you!
At Nutrolution, we create your personal nutrition program based on your medical history, lab work, food sensitivities, gut health and your unique lifestyle and food preferences. Our Registered Dietitians develop custom meal plans, supplement programs, and even help you with food prep, all to optimize your health and genetics. Unlike many programs out there, no two of our programs are the same. So, if you're considering changing your diet and want to get it right, consider getting a personalized nutrition program developed by a Nutrolution RD, and don't ever settle for a one-size fits all diet again!
How juices, smoothies & salads can add years to your life!
The enzyme theory of life discussed by Dr. Wong says that we have a limited supply of enzymes in our bodies at birth. Due to this limitation, at age 27, we begin to slow down; energy levels and metabolism slows, and disease starts to kick in. This is precisely when it becomes essential to start consuming LIVE foods, that is, foods that are living (as opposed to dead.) The simplest way to do this is to build a smoothie, juice and salad into your daily diet. This will ensure that you're getting enough live enzymes to support your energy, metabolism and slow down the aging process.
Our dietitians focus on building more raw foods into your diet. It's one of the most important concepts in nutrition, and not keto, low calorie, low carb, low fat, or even vegan address this principle. This is why it's important to work with a Nutrolution RD when developing a meal plan. They will create a diet rich in live foods and enzymes which also meets your macronutrient needs, healthy goals, and food preferences.