The Key to a Balanced Diet

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A balanced diet is the building blocks for all things health and wellness. What does your diet look like? (No pyramids schemes here)

As in toss the pyramid picture out of your head.

Most of us are deficient in vitamin D, vitamin B complexes, and minerals.many studies are linking these plus low antioxidant (per oxidative stress) levels to a wide range of disease processes.

A balanced diet will lead to:

  • Better stress management
  • Better Sleep/Rest
  • More energy
  • Less anxiety
  • Clearer thoughts

Did you know your food could do that? Click for the keys to a balance diet.


  • No processed/refined foods
  • Low sugar (<50g/day) & no refined sugar
  • Incorporate fermented foods
    *This will improve gut health, increase pH, and improve gut microbiome.
  • “Wellness Tea”
  • fermented vegetables, sauerkraut, and pickles. (Bubbies, Olive my Pickle)
  • Incorporate good fats: avocado, coconut oil, nuts
  • Gut health: Life 9 probiotic
  • Vitamins and minerals.
    *Levels can be tested with blood work.

A plant based diet with the addition of Nutritional yeast may be sufficient. Otherwise MindWise, SuperB, and Mineral Essence are my personal favorites for replacement because they are plant based, bioavailable, and are combined in the right complex for proper absorption and use. This is actually the case for all Young Living supplements I have researched and your needs can be tailored.

PS... Did you know that with most supplements your body can only use 20-30%? That is why doses are so high! Guess what happens with the other 70-80%? Yep. It is waste for your body to store or eliminate

Worried this is going to be hard to stick to?

Here are a few essential oils that can support you along the way.

Cravings and blood sugar support: Slique Essence

Drop 1-2 drops in water bottle or take in capsule.

Energy and endocrine support: Spearmint

Just add a drop to your water bottle!

Digestive support: Digize & Lemon. Rub on gums or belly button daily during resets, detox, and diet changes to support normal function.