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Welcome to Katie Carter Wellness

Certified Holistic Nutrition Consultant | Yoga Teacher |Certified Food and Spirit™ Practitioner

Hi I am Katie

I believe the food choices we make are extremely important, not only because food is essential for the foundation of our health, but it also connects us to our emotions, creativity, intuition, wisdom, people, animals, nature and the universe.  Food can be a powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.  Its effect can impact more than just our physical body because we are all multi-faceted beings.  [read more]

 

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My Recent Blog

Would you Feel Better Avoiding Inflammatory Foods?

I just finished leading a group of folks through my Full Spectrum 14-Day Dietary Reset and had some interesting questions and feedback throughout the 2 weeks.

Participants receive a daily email with tips and encouragement to stay connected and on track. Questions and comments can be asked and at the end of each day I answer with another email.   Here are a few examples – my comments are in Red:

“ I had no idea what you meant by “full spectrum” dietary reset. I now realize inflammation can sneak into my body from more than just food” You’re right, stress and environmental toxins are huge causes of inflammation in the physical body.


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Latest Recipe

Butternut Squash and Apple Salad

I brought this salad for lunch today and when I showed it to a friend she said: "Oh my doesn't that look healhty?"

Then I told her the recipe was on my detox.  Her eyes popped wide and once again I hopefully dispelled the myth that detox is all about green juices, smoothies and detox teas. 
NOT on my 14 Day detox!!!!

This is the new normal way of eating folks!

When we begin to eat more fresh, seasonal, organic, whole foods you start craving this kind of diet.  And the more bitter foods you bring in the less you crave sugar.  (Note: this salad has 4 cups of finely chopped chard and kale)

find Recipe HERE