San Diego Magazine recently published their guide to Eating Healthy.
We take a look at some tips and topics that came up in the magazine with Dr. Emily Poccia of Wild Craft Medicine in La Jolla, California.
Healty eating can be a real challenge. It seems like every day there are news reports quoting studies that claim a particular food is the key to great health or that you should avoid it at all costs. Add to that the battle of marketing between competing commerce like the meat industry versus plant-based protein businesses – each trying to take the other down – and it’s hard to know what to believe. The truth is, eating a healthy diet means different things for different people. We sat down with Dr. Emily Poccia, ND to discuss some of the latest trends with diet and health.[embedded content]
Prebiotics and Probiotics
How do you maintain a healthy digestive tract?[embedded content]
How can it be healthy to stop eating?[embedded content]
Reading Food Labels
One major skill needed for being aware of what you are putting in your body is the ability to read food labels. Here, Dr. Poccia discusses how to keep that as simple as possible.[embedded content]
Ultimately, what is healthy and what is not is truly dependent on the individual. The next time you hear about that new health craze, be sure to make sure it makes sense for you and your condition before you jump on that latest trend.