When you think about your life, what do you really want? This is a good video on dialing in what you really want to experience in your life. How does it relate to nutrition? How you approach a fundamental part of your health like the food you eat is a direct reflection of how you are currently living your life. Take a good look at what you eat in a 24 hour period. Write it down. Look at when and what you eat and how it could be better. Then take 1 action to to make that happen today. Studies show by changing one single habit to a healthier habit, it can have broad implications for improving many other aspects of your life as well. Would you like to be more thoughtful about your life? Start with what you eat.
Author: Nutrition Muse
Linda Illingworth is a widely recognized nutrition expert, Board Certified Sports Dietitian, specializing in weight loss, diets for heart disease and cancer prevention, gastrointestinal disorders, and diabetes. Utilizing her belief that “food is your best medicine”, Linda is masterful at designing personal nutrition plans that can prevent many health problems and increase longevity. Linda is the founder of Nutrition Muse, providing nutrition programs to individuals and corporations, works as the Registered Dietitian at Lifewellness Institute, and is the past Nutrition Director at Cal-a-Vie Health Spa. She maintains memberships with Dietitians in Functional Medicine of the American Academy of Nutrition, the American Society for Nutrition, and the California Dietetic Association. In addition, she is a featured expert at National University’s Integrative Medicine Health Review, works in partnership with the USDA as part of the Nutrition Communicators Network, represents Kids Eat Right with the American Dietetic Association, and provides peer review for Natural Standard, an international integrative medicine database. She attended California State University, Long Beach graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and then completed an internship at St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee, a world-renowned pioneer in cardiac and cancer care. Linda has been seen on Los Angeles ABC news and in print media, such as the Los Angeles Times, Time, Inc., Well+Good NYC, Fitness, Spa, Malibu, Elite Traveler, C and Angeleno Magazines.