Step 6, Helping you answer the question, "What should I eat?"
Hello, Fellow Eater! I'm Tiffany Anne Smith, and I help women release unhealthy fat & create healthy family eating patterns.
Finding the answer to the classic question "what should I eat?" isn't as complicated as the interwebs might make you feel like it is.
Personalized nutrition based on your DNA may be the hottest trend in nutrition right now, but the truth is that our diets ARE more alike then they are different.
The fundamental nutrition rules of adequacy, balance, calorie restriction, nutrient density, variety, and moderation apply to healthy people everywhere. Everyone's body is built to run on unrefined carbohydrates, healthy fat, and protein (your personal goals may require a different balance of those nutrients). Where healthy people differ the most is in culture, geography, and preference.
The best diet and lifestyle plan is one that's flexible, complements what you like, and doesn't compromise what's important to you. Answering the question "what should I eat?" might take a little bit of work, especially when you add a man and
kids into the mix, but all it takes to figure out your perfect balance is a little common sense and patience (and loving guidance).
I've been asking myself "what should I eat?" for a long time and I've decided that I'm a meat-eating vegetarian. While I eat mostly plants, I invest in high-quality meat and I never turn down any food cooked & served with love. I believe in a traditional & simple eating style that feels good and leaves room for a little bit of everything I love (even fried chicken).
I'm currently paying my dues to become a Registered Dietitian and plan on earning a masters degree in Family Science. My dream is to enrich the lives of families & individuals facing a diagnosis through thoughtful diet & lifestyle choices.
I'm a graduate of The Institute for Integrative Nutrition and certified in Holistic Health, Sleep Science & Hatha Yoga.