with Biofoodcare

BioFoodCare as a system of health preservation.

Contrary to popular belief, the human body is not a contraption with parts that can be mechanically repaired or replaced. Rather, it is a fascinating universe of complex ecosystems that live in a constant state of communication. All of these ecosystems are populated by living, breathing, eating and waste producing cellular organisms. The state of health of these microorganisms determines the state of health of the entire human body. Your body.

So how do you keep them healthy?

Eat the right food at the right time

Biofoodcare will teach you how to apply the science of molecular nutrition to your biochemical individuality. And if you consider eating a source of joy, let Culinary Nutrition help you take it to another level. Culinary Nutrition will transform your daily eating to an adventure - packed with vital nutrients, taste and style.

Keep your ecology clean and energy efficient

Biofoodcare will teach you how to diminish the burden of modern chemicals in your daily environment.

Keep your emotions in check

Biofoodcare will teach you the biochemistry of emotions and how to prevent your mood swings from ruining your health.

Keep your muscles supple and the mind sharp

Biofoodcare will teach you how physical exercise affects all aspects of your life from physiological to emotional. Together will create a realistic and enjoyable exercise program that fits your lifestyle.

Being healthy should taste as good as it feels. There is no reason why you can't feel great and look your best while eating delicious and satisfying food!

Evolution is an ever-shifting process and no matter your current level of health, there is always room for growth and improvement.
Contact Biofoodcare today to see how we can improve the quality of your life!

By Eli Katz, NC, HHP

Culinary Nutrition


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