Finding a Healthy Balance (Mind & Body):
In 2015 I had to close my restaurant Chefs Fitness Kitchen.
I’d never really wanted a restaurant. In many ways, I had never even wanted to be a Chef. Yet there I was having been both, but no longer knowing who I was.
I had pursued food as a passion, interest, and career, because of my love for self-improvement and development through food.
My approach with food had always been a cross of science and performance with taste and quality. I wanted to get the most out of my food, and then I found myself helping others do the same.
At this point in early 2015 however, none of my experience, my degrees in Biology and Culinary Arts, seemed to make any difference. My life was out of balance, and it seemed nothing I was doing was working.
At that point, I was re-introduced to some familiar products. I was open-minded and willing to try something different that might just make a difference.
I found the products to be beyond helpful in terms of my mental attitude, energy, focus, and physical performance. Beyond all that, the products tasted great! I also found that the convenience and ease of a complete nutrition system made my day to day life so much easier that the benefits of this system really multiplied.
I have come to see it as a “Nutritional Support System.” The idea is that the food that we eat alone does not supply us with the kind, quality, and levels of nutrients we need for optimal functionality. We are also constantly being inundated with environmental toxins and pollutants getting into our body on the surface and internally.