Are you exhausted from trying every diet out there without yielding results?
Are you confused as to which foods you should be eating for your body?
Are you overwhelmed by all the new one size fits all diets out there and you are jumping from one to the next without success?
Are you tired, not your ideal pant size, overwhelmed and confused as to what advice to trust?
The Wildatarian Diet: Living as Nature Intended unpacks all the confusion about living a healthy lifestyle. This groundbreaking approach reveals that there is not a single diet or healthy food for everyone. This diet puts the power back in your hands. It educates and empowers you to understand your unique body when it talks to you using joint pain, foggy headedness, weight gain, fatigue, and a variety of other indicators. The Wildatarian Diet: Living as Nature Intended gives you the translation tools and actionable steps to resolve your symptom mystery!
Sweeping generalizations like “kale is the king of vegetables” and “grains are the root of evil” have likely been holding you back from achieving optimal health and happiness.
Until now, there hasn’t been a diet for everyone and one that is customized for you at the same time.
Wildatarian™ | noun:
- A dietary and lifestyle regimen consisting of the consumption of generally wild-caught, wild-fed, and sustainable animal and plant-based proteins that have not been industrially raised, processed, genetically modified, hormonally or bacterially supplemented, or in any way divergent from their whole, natural form. This includes wild game meats and fowl, such as bison, elk, goat, lamb, pheasant, quail, and venison; wild-caught fish and shellfish; ancient, organic, non-chemically altered or treated grains; organic, non-mycotoxic legumes, nuts, and seeds, and produce; and organic, generally grass-fed, non-hormonally treated dairy products. This is a lifestyle that fosters a practice of abundance, positivity, and intentional living. This is a lifestyle that affirms a greater connection with community and planet. It is a commitment to personal engagement. It is a pledge to be proactive, and to seek, commit to, and live a life of abundance as nature intended.
- One who consumes wild and sustainable proteins, grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, and produce for vibrant, total-body health on a molecular level.
Wildatarian | adjective:
- A way of eating and living that encompasses Wildatarian principles.
Rebalance your body, restore your health
If left unaddressed, the symptoms above can lead to a number of chronic health conditions. The Wildatarian diet targets these symptoms to manage and support the following:
- Biotoxin illness
- Digestive disorders
- Endocrine disorders
- High cholesterol and blood pressure
- Hormone imbalances
- Mental health conditions like ADHD, anxiety and depression
- Other chronic health conditions
What you will learn
Inspired by thousands of client success stories from our bio-individual counseling practice, The Wildatarian Diet: Living As Nature Intended will transform what you have been taught about what a diet can and should do, by teaching you how to build a diet and lifestyle based on your unique, bio-individual needs. It introduces evolved and sustainable concepts that are backed by science and supported by thousands of clinical outcomes from my private practice. Our core mission is to optimize the conditions concerning your individual vitality – the Tru of You™.
You’ll learn how to customize your diet and lifestyle based on your body’s unique needs in order to achieve vitality and optimal health. You’ll do so by learning the following:
- What kind of Wildatarian you are based on your bio-individuality
- What to eat based on your Wildatarian type
- Which proteins, vegetables, nuts/seeds and grains to avoid and why, as well as which ones are best for you
- How to make Wildatarian-approved recipes
The Wildatarian Diet: Living As Nature Intended is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It is neither medical advice nor a substitute for actual medical care. The Program has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.