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Key principles of integrative nutrition typically include:
Holistic Perspective: Integrative nutrition looks at the individual as a whole, considering not only their diet but also their lifestyle, stress levels, relationships, and other factors that can impact health.
Individualization: This approach recognizes that there is no one-size-fits-all diet or nutritional plan. Instead, it tailors recommendations to meet the specific needs and goals of each person.
Whole Foods: Emphasis is placed on the consumption of whole, minimally processed foods that are nutrient-dense and provide a wide range of vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients.
Mind-Body Connection: Integrative nutrition often acknowledges the connection between mental and emotional health and physical well-being. Stress management, mindfulness, and emotional balance are considered important components of a healthy lifestyle.
Preventive Health: The focus is not only on treating existing health issues but also on preventing them through nutrition and lifestyle choices.
Collaboration: Integrative nutrition practitioners may work closely with other healthcare professionals, such as doctors, dietitians, and therapists, to provide a comprehensive and well-rounded approach to health and wellness.
Sustainability and Environmental Awareness: Some integrative nutrition approaches also take into account the environmental impact of food choices and may encourage sustainable and ethical food sourcing.
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