What you put in your body matters. The food supply in America is littered with toxicities and wreaking havoc on many peoples’ gut health and immune systems. Most people, including some in the fitness industry, are not abreast on how conventional food has taken its toll on the health of millions of Americans. Just because you appear fit on the outside, does not mean that you are fit on the inside. When it comes to eating plans, there is so much conflicting and confusing information floating around that it’s become impossible to know the right one. Eating food that will lead to good health, vitality and longevity, and not just a lean body, is key for overall wellness. With so many eating plans claiming to be the holy grail for shedding weight and improving health (keto, intermittent fasting, carb cycling, paleo, vegan), people are confused and overwhelmed. These eating plans are not bad in and of themselves, but they are not one size fits all, and it is important to discover which one is right for you. Just because an eating plan worked well for one person does not necessarily mean it will work for you. When you meet someone with amazing results, it may lead you to think that is THE way, but know that it’s only ONE way. If you try an eating plan and do not achieve great results, know that there may be other factors involved.It's important to enjoy what you eat as well as educating yourself on what it does to your body once it enters. Eating "whole" foods that don't come from a box, can, or package is always best. Lean proteins like organic chicken breast, wild caught or sustainably farmed salmon, bison, grass fed beef, organic ground turkey, and Non-GMO tofu should be paired with lots of fresh veggies, healthy fats and healthy carbohydrates!