“A vibrant body, a radiant mind, a loving heart, and an honorable life.” ~
Where have the years gone? It’s hard to believe we baby boomers are now becoming retirees. Sometimes it seems I went from college student to parent to a person in my “renaissance years” all within a blink of an eye. I’ve seen a lot of changes in those decades and I often wonder about the kinds of changes our son, his wife and their peers will see throughout their lifetime.
With a new generation of cooks in the kitchen, there’s been a change of recipes that have begun to appear in homes and in restaurants. Some of the old standbys have been replaced or adapted with an eye on better nutrition. Even food being sold in groceries is noticeably different. A lot has been learned about aging and integrative health. Research has shown how long we live often has much to do with how healthy our minds, body and spirit are throughout our lifetime. Careers in integrative health could very well be still in it’s infancy and that field of study is likely to grow in the coming years.
Today I am shining the spotlight on two new generation nutrition consultants, one is a private practice dietitian and the other an integrative health practitioner. There is synchronicity in the careers they have chosen. An approach and regiment that agrees with their clients unique needs is part of what each helps their clients establish. What works nutritionally for one person may be something different for another because we are all made differently by our Creator. Top priority for some individuals is getting in touch with their inner psyche to develop a healthy spiritual life.
I’d like to end this writing with a thought by Gabrielle Roth who says “Ride the Energy of Your Own Unique Spirit.” Today, I’ll ponder that thought!