Part of healing the entire body is monitoring what goes into it. The body uses food as fuel, and what fuel we choose has a significant effect on how our body functions.
That is why nutritional counseling is one of the most important services we can provide for people. By teaching people about what types of foods allow their bodies to function optimally, we empower people to make positive choices that benefit their health.
While nutrition is not an overly complicated concept, it can be difficult to implement the concepts into your daily life and turn that into good habits. That is why nutritional counseling can help people change the way they eat and ultimately the way they feel.
If you have any nutrition-related questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We’d be happy to speak with you and address any thoughts you have.
There is an abundance of information (and misinformation) on nutrition and natural health. Our goal is to make it easy to understand how to take control of your nutrition and the steps you can take to achieve lifelong health. Our network of doctors of chiropractic will begin with a customized assessment to evaluate your current nutritional baseline, identifying your body’s unique needs. We use this information to shape a nutrition plan that works for you.
Our nutritional assessments help to create a plan for your unique needs for energy, resilience, immunity, and overcoming or preventing illness.
Assessments use solid data – not a fad diet – as a plan for eating better and determining what nutritional supplements you really do or do not need.
We focus on helping you to understand and solve your body’s specific nutritional needs.
MaxLiving’s nutritional programs go beyond weight loss — the plans aim to improve your body’s composition, helping increase the body’s muscle-to-fat ratio, and your overall health. We approach nutrition with a focus on science and eating natural, whole food. Our nutritional programs fit any need — from those looking to lose weight to high-intensity, performance-focused athletes wanting to take their training to the next level. The best part about it? Natural food is good to eat and easy to prepare. Our recipes are designed to give you the best health benefits without sacrificing freshness or flavor, and our high-quality nutraceuticals help to fill in any nutritional gaps.
The Core Plan is focused on helping you rethink your diet and understand how it impacts your health. It outlines the basics of a healthy diet, including:
Eating more healthy fats while eliminating all damaged fats
Choosing naturally raised animal proteins
Selecting whole over refined carbohydrates
Opting for fruits and vegetables over refined grains and sugars
The Advanced Plan expands on the core plan to help address a wide range of health and metabolic challenges including:
Cognitive dysfunctions including ADD/ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders
Metabolic syndromes including obesity, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high/low blood sugar, high insulin, high blood pressure, heart disease, and/or high leptin
Modern-day illnesses including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, toxicity, fibromyalgia
Immune system and inflammatory diseases including cancer, autoimmune diseases, digestive dysfunction, intolerance to grains, asthma, and arthritis
4 Ways to Spot an Unhealthy Gut
Gastrointestinal problems are so commonplace that many people dismiss them as expected, but nothing is normal about them. Any symptom you experience is a warning sign that something isn’t working right.
How Sugar Affects The Immune System
You’ve had a delightful weekend at an amusement park with your kids that included a few sugary indulgences, or maybe you went abroad and indulged in that local region’s desserts.
How to Go on a Healthy Juice Cleanse
A well-designed juice cleanse can help you reach your health goals, whether you want to lose weight, detoxify, reduce your risk of disease, or all of the above.
Egg Roll in a Bowl with Creamy Chili Sauce
This recipe makes enough to serve two with leftovers or four without. It’s fantastic for meal prep, just make sure you keep the creamy spicy mayo / red chili sauce separate.
Why High-Fructose Corn Syrup is So Bad for You
What’s so bad about sugar? While the occasional treat probably won’t do much damage, too much sugar can harm your health in many ways.
Corn syrup, Dextrose, Fructose, Barley Malt…What’s In A Name?
The average American eats almost 152 pounds of sugar a year. That’s nearly half a pound every day, or about three pounds every week.