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Heal Your Food Trauma & Lose Weight with Meditation & Hypnosis

As a licensed nutrition expert, I practice a personalized nutrition approach which I believe is the future of the wellness world. When it comes to uncovering the best approach for each individual, there are some important factors I always keep in mind:

Genetics - Just because you read that a certain food is better than another does not mean that it is optimal for you. Eating more in alignment with our genetics has evolved and become much more widespread over the last few years.

Microbiome plays a significant role in your health and metabolism. When the microbes in your gut are out of balance, your body can’t absorb nutrients the way it should. I often advise clients to test their microbiome to get a baseline understanding (my favorite options: a comprehensive test by Genova Labs or Viome Health Intelligence). These findings help to create a personalized approach to nutrition recommendations.

Metabolism - What’s more, I love using and interpreting the results of Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM), which allows you to get insights into your body’s ability to metabolize different types of carbohydrates, starches, and sugars. This is one of the easiest ways to get feedback on a diet to improve your overall health.

Food allergy and sensitivity testing can be very useful and life-changing. It’s a way to understand whether your current eating style is working for you. After doing this type of testing myself, it changed the way I personally look at food. Today, I recommend it to my clients to get a set of personalized data and potentially find the root cause of any symptoms they are experiencing.

Food trauma, stress and mindset. I believe food should empower people, not foster shame or blame. And it’s important to apply that principle when determining an optimal healthy eating style. I offer weight loss hypnosis and healing meditations for those with food trauma or anxiety associated with dieting. My clients love the results because their mindset changes: they feel more confident, calm and able to choose the best nourishment for themselves.

The takeaway: Investing time and money into getting to know your unique self can help you design a way of eating, a personalized supplement regimen, and an exercise plan to help you thrive. I recommend working with a functional or an integrative nutritionist to help you on this journey.

If you want to learn more, schedule a consultation with me and join my online group course on how to become your own nutritionist. Follow me on Instagram @ella.davar for the latest updates on the upcoming Ultimate Wellness events in Miami.

By ML Staff. Words and images by Ella Davar


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