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BALi Food Plan

I am often asked which food plan I recommend. The answer is usually the BALI food Plan. Here’s why…

The BALi food plan was developed by Dr. Roby Mitchell, M.D. (read his credentials). BALI stands for: Basic, Antifungal / Antioxidant, Low Insulin. The list can be downloaded from Dr. Mitchell’s Dr. Mitchell’s Website.

baliMy notes: I am an avid reader of health articles. I believe that nature provides us with the answers we need for perfect health. I don’t believe that we can medicate our way out of a health crisis that we have behaved our way into. I have learned a LOT from Dr. Roby. I have been privileged to meet him and I like his authenticity and humility.

There are so many factors involved in being healthy – not all of them are lifestyle related. We are complex beings and each of us has differing needs. No single diet will ever work for everybody. That’s why I love this program.

The Food list was compiled through years of scientific research. Your objective should be to REDUCE inflammation, balance your Blood Glucose, and improve your IMMUNE response. Empower your immune system by CHOOSING powerful foods that provide real nourishment for your cells.

Please let me know how I could support you in reaching your goals. It does not have to be difficult.

Dr. Roby often says: consequence is no coincidence. There are consequences to human meddling with our food supply (GMO’s) so I fully recommend eating Organic foods.


New Year Resolutions & Realistic Goals

New Year Resolutions & Realistic Goals This article was published in the January, 2012 issue of the Richardson Times. I would like to share it with you. It’s 2012. Can you believe it? Have you already made your New Year resolutions? I must confess that I have not made my New Years resolutions yet. This… Continue Reading

Color Your Plate Healthy

Color Your Plate Healthy How are you doing with your New Year’s resolution? Every year millions of Americans make resolutions on January 1st. Many of them have something to do with improving health and wellness. But by February 1st a majority of those resolutions have gone right out the window. Since 1980 the American Dietetic… Continue Reading