More than Just a Nutritional Assessment
When you eat well, you feel well. Eating well means eating whole foods as often as possible, and limiting your intake of junk foods such as processed deli meats or high-sugar, high-fat snacks. Whole food entails fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and if you eat meat, choose organic, grass-fed beef; free-range chicken, and wild (not farmed) fish.
They say when you teach a man to fish, you can feed him for a lifetime. Dr. Bob teaches patients to pay attention to the foods they are putting into their bodies by showing them how to shop for the right foods for their diets and lifestyles.