We know the definition of personal health can be hard to define, mostly in part because we are all uniquely designed, with different ages, physical goals, living in many differentiated environments, and of course genetics plays a significant roll as well. Second, we pair that combination of todays advance work and social lifestyle regiments we have chosen for ourselves, mixed with food convenience, food education, food cost, food availability and subsequently making it hard to achieve realistic health goals once you consider all the factors. Now if that wasn’t tough enough, there is the quality of food supply to consider, and the methods in which our advance society produces these goods. Its import to consider that we eat our living environment around us, meaning whole ingredients ranging from plant-based and animal-protein foods, so its imperative to know the quality of the environments and ecology of these foods, and identify how that nutrition composition of genetic massaging is translated in our own bodies health outcomes. All foods send our bodies encrypted food information, that information food-message could have a negative or positive impact on your health, conditional to your body’s internal ecological environment. At Wholesome Grub we acknowledge that our guest will need a hyper-specialized food program and nutrition education to achieve their daily food nutrition goals.  Let our health hub help you with your real food nutrition and consumption needs. Best of all, the food is so good, and prepared for you, by our in house food nutrition professionals/chefs. We hope our four pillars will motive you to learn more about your environment and your own body’s nutrition needs so that you may be sustainable in your journey of life.

When determining personal proper nutrition, it’s important to consider genetic makeup (DNA), age, gender, personal goals an

Your Body’s Nutrition Needs

  1. Micro Nutrition
    Micros are used to build and repair tissues and regulate body processes such as, metabolism and anabolism (constructive synthesis).

    • Water Soluble Vitamins: B1, B2, B6, B12, C and Folic acid.
    • Fat Soluble Vitamins: A, B, E, and K.
    • Minerals: Calcium, Potassium, Sodium, Iron and Zinc.
    • Water (H2O): Tap water, Alkaline Water, Reverse Osmosis, Deionized, Distilled, Raw Organic Water.
  2. Macro Nutrition
    Macros are converted to, and used for energy. The body needs larger amounts of these.

    • Carbohydrates
    • Proteins
    • Fats
  3. Glycemic Load
    Glycemic Load estimates the impact of carbohydrate consumption using the glycemic index while taking into account the amount of carbohydrate that is consumed.
  4. Probiotics
    Probiotics are often called “good” or “helpful” bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy. Probiotics are naturally found in your body. You can also find them in some foods and supplements.
  5. PH Balance
    A bodies natural pH of 7 is neutral. Those levels vary throughout your body. Your blood is slightly alkaline, with a pH between 7.35 and 7.45. Your stomach is very acidic, with a pH of 3.5 or below, so it can break down food.