What Diet Is Best For You?

diets.jpgDr. Nicole, what is the best diet?

The best diet is the diet that works for YOU.

The best diet is something that you can healthfully follow for the rest of your life.

The best diet for you is the diet that gives you energy, keeps your health in balance, helps you to be emotionally stable, maintains your religious or spiritual ethics and is sustainable for the environment.

With that being said, I am happy to announce that we have a variety of great diet plans to choose from and follow. If you are new to a particular diet and want some help simply leave your question or request for support in the comments section so that we may assist you with your goals.

Diets for health, wellness and weight loss:

The Whole Foods Diet

The Weight Loss Diet

The Low Glycemic Index Diet:
stay feeling full longer, by eating a diet with a high “satiety index”.

Therapuetic Diets:

Allergy Elimination Diet

Anti-inflammatory Diet


Blood Pressure Lowering Diet
and Helpful Tips for Reducing Sodium

Candida Diet

Cholesterol Lowering Diet

Diabetes Diet

Detox Diet

The Diet for Depression

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She believes we should utilize natural medicines to treat the root cause of disease rather than just treating symptoms, as symptoms are a message of imbalance sent from the body and will persist until they are properly addressed.

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5 Responses to “What Diet Is Best For You?”

  1. Barbara Ling, Virtual Coach on March 11th, 2009 2:50 pm

    I never look for diets anymore – I choose the entire lifestyle change. Eating smart, exercising well and drinking lots of water (not to mention, cutting out the tons of junk food that beckon to you) will work virtually all the time.

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  2. Dr. Nicole Sundene on March 11th, 2009 3:23 pm

    I agree! I think I will start fining everyone that says the word diet $25. Lifestyle change!

  3. Kiefer on March 11th, 2009 6:14 pm

    Dieting is foolish and rarely has lasting results.

    Eating a proper diet consisting of lean protein, complex carbohydrates and good fats is paramount to overall good health.

    Add exercise to build lean muscle and you can live a longer healthier life.

  4. Dr. Nicole Sundene on March 12th, 2009 8:48 am

    Amen Kiefer!

  5. Dr.Eliaz on November 5th, 2010 5:19 am

    You may find yourself surrounded with sugary sweets, foods that are high in fat and calories, and alcoholic drinks this holiday season, making it difficult to keep your healthy eating plan on track. These temptations make it especially challenging for people with pre-diabetes symptoms, or Metabolic Syndrome, and diabetes to keep their blood sugar levels stable. Prevention through a healthy, low-glycemic index diet combined with regular exercise, stress relief and supplementation with a variety of breakthrough compounds are what you need in order to control your diabetes from multiple angles.

    Limiting your intake of alcohol is key, as moderate amounts can cause blood sugar levels to spike and excess amounts decrease blood sugar levels into hazardous levels. Drink slowly, limit your intake of both alcohol and food, and avoid sugary mixed drinks, sweet wines or cordials. Simple daily exercises can also help to improve your body’s use of insulin, burn excess body fat, improve muscle strength, improve blood circulation, and reduce stress levels.

    Following these critical tips is not only important during the holiday season, but throughout the entire year.
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