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Core Food Plan

The Core Food Plan is the first step towards healthier eating and is designed to encourage eating in a way that will nourish and energize the body. It is an introduction to the types of foods that provide the macro- and micronutrients needed for a body to function properly. This food plan is ideal for those who are generally healthy and just want to improve their eating choices, or for those who are new to healthy eating and are not ready yet for a specific therapeutic diet plan. This food plan can be easily changed to suit personal preferences and health needs. It is available with vegetarian and vegan modifications and can accommodate foods from virtually any culture. We call this a “core” food plan because it lays the foundations for healthy eating that will carry an individual throughout life.


The Core Food Plan is designed for those who are interested in:

  • Core principles of healthy eating

  • Health maintenance

  • Disease prevention

  • Awareness of one’s relationship with food

Cardiometabolic Food Plan

The Cardiometabolic Food Plan addresses blood sugar dysfunction, insulin resistance, truncal obesity, dyslipidemia, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, and associated inflammation. It does this by emphasizing therapeutic low-glycemic foods while reducing simple sugars, increasing dietary fiber, and helping people to time meals appropriately. This plan can provide targeted calorie amounts, low-carbohydrate macronutrient balance, and directed serving allowances while focusing on ideal serving sizes to prevent overeating, postprandial inflammation, and metabolic distress.

The Cardiometabolic Food Plan is designed for the following individuals:

  • Those with risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD)

  • Those with CVD (e.g., high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and elevated blood fats)

  • Those with risk factors for conditions such as metabolic syndrome 

  • Those with Type 2 Diabetes

  • Those with insulin resistance

  • Those with hypertension

  • Those with dyslipidemia

  • Those with metabolic syndrome (e.g., high blood sugar, increased belly fat)

  • Those who are overweight, obese, or struggle with belly fat

  • Those who have low activity levels

Mito-Keto Food Plan

The Mito-Keto Food Plan is an anti-inflammatory, low-glycemic, gluten-free, low-grain, high-quality fats approach to eating. The plan focuses on supporting healthy mitochondria through foods that improve energy production. Mitochondria are susceptible to a premature decline in function by a host of common insults that can lead to poor health and chronic illness. Harmful food choices contribute to this decline. The plan supports the body in its production of energy, restores a sense of vitality, promotes healthy aging, and assists in both preventing the development of and treating chronic neurological disease.


The Mito-Keto is designed for the following individuals:

  • Those who struggle with chronic disease.

  • Those with a family history of neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis or Alzheimer’s Disease.

  • Those experiencing chronic fatigue.

  • Those experiencing high stress and low energy.

  • Those dealing with chronic pain or in early stages of neurological disease.

  • Those with diabetes or insulin resistance.

  • Those experiencing cognitive problems.

  • Those with excess body fat.

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