I am a Holistic Health Practitioner, energy healer, podcaster, Atlanta local, period expert, sexual health educator, and so much more.
Let’s talk about the #1 concept that completely changed my relationship with food… look at food as its nutritional value rather than its “moral value” (The moral value of food is made up!)
Foods aren’t good or bad – they just have varying nutritional values.
Broccoli is going to have a different nutritional value than a cupcake, but when we understand the nutritional value of BOTH foods, we can make informed decisions on what to eat and how.
🥦 Broccoli is great for my gut, it is a solid source of fiber, vitamin C, and K1, it makes me feel full, it is a way of eating some greens
🧁 A cupcake nourishes my soul, is a source of carbs, increases glucose in the body, and also needs to be paired with other foods to support my blood sugar
Food fuels our bodies in different ways, but it has no moral value. And having a basic understanding of nutrition, the various components, and how my body works allows me to eat in a way that supports my body and my soul. So I can eat a cupcake without guilt (or without throwing off my blood sugar) and so that eating “healthy” feels sustainable and attainable.
On our Hormone Bootcamp Q+A call last week, a client asked me “What do you do when you have a craving? Do you go for something healthier?”
And I told her that I eat the thing I’m craving. If I want chocolate, I have the chocolate.
👉🏻 I eat what I want because my health is made up of multiple decisions all day long and is not defined by one singular snack, treat, or meal.
But here’s the kicker – I eat the “fun” food because the other areas of my life are dialed in…
I sleep 8 hours per day, I move my body, and the majority of my diet is whole foods – when overall health is supported, food is then one factor of my health. Albeit, a very important factor, nutrition is part of my entire well-balanced, nourishing, wellness-focused lifestyle – and therefore my health does not hinge on that one singular food.
I won’t lie, it took me a bit of time to get here. My body needed a lot of TLC and support to get to a balanced state. But to me, living a hormone-happy life is about balance!
⭐️ My goal is to help my clients get to a place where their wellness-focused lifestyles are well-rounded and supported in every area so that nothing in their routines feels “fragile” or “breakable.”
🥰For more support, ask inside my Facebook community, DM me on Instagram, listen to the Get Cliterate podcast, read my blog, Or all of the above?! Hehe 💛
LET’S HAVE HEALTHY, HAPPY HORMONES! 👑🔥💫💖
Calee Shea is a Holistic Health Practioner based in Atlanta, Georgia. She is your go-to gal for all things periods, vaginal health, and sex.
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