This is a guest post written by Camille Macres of Recipe Rx.
Have you given much thought to what it takes to create and sustain the delicate ecosystem of a healthy diet and lifestyle?
Chances are you think about your family’s health quite a lot and have some sort of system down, but there are still areas that don’t really work.
Maybe you eat pretty healthy, but you’re spending way more than you’d like at the store.
Or maybe you’re trying to do “all the right things,” but find yourself totally overwhelmed and consumed with the myriad of conflicting information on television, newsstands, and the internet.
Or maybe just the mere thought of what it would take to improve your family’s eating habits has you running for the hills!
I’ve become really interested in looking at all of the moving pieces of what it takes to get healthy and keep this lifestyle alive year after year. I coined the term “sustainable health” to define a way of eating that supports you, that you enjoy, that you can live with.
Sustainable health: A set of tools and practices adapted to a modern lifestyle that supports freedom from disease and illness.