An Introduction to Medicine That Tastes Good
Holistic Nutritionist Lynn Ogryzlo wants everyone to know that what they put on their fork and into their mouth is the single most important thing we do every day. “We eat approximately 85,000 meals in our lifetime – how can it not be important?”
From food writer to holistic nutritionist, Ogryzlo has spent years eating from the orchards, fields, and gardens of the Niagara region inherently knowing that eating from the land is the healthiest way to eat, now she knows why and she’s developed a wellness eating program called, FOOD 101 University, an introduction to medicine that tastes good.
Ogryzlo predicts the health revolution we desperately need today will happen in the kitchen because eating for wellness can be transformative. It can improve overall health and that means different things to different people. For some it could mean weight loss, reduced inflammation, improved blood sugar levels, stronger immunity, and vibrant energy. For others it could mean thinking clearer, remembering more, feeling happier and even experiencing a mild state of euphoria.
Food 101 University, an introduction to medicine that tastes good is for those who want to improve their health for a host of generic and specific reasons that range from easy weight loss, increased energy, positive attitude and clarity of thinking to balancing blood sugar, reducing inflammation, improved immunity, chronic joint stiffness and even to ward off chronic diseases.
The FOOD 101 University program and online community, support those who want to cultivate a healthier lifestyle through food, healthy habits, and community.
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“We all know the basics of a healthy diet but the devil is in the details; the timing, the application, and the preparation. Putting it all together is as diverse as we are.” Lynn Ogryzlo
“Lynn is a lovely person and so wonderful to work with in every capacity. Her in-depth knowledge about food, health and nutrition and how each affects our everyday lifestyle is quite remarkable. She certainly made it easy for me to understand and try to aspire to make better eating choices and be a healthier human being.” Nicola Blazier