Nutrition is an critical part of anyone’s life, but especially the CF community. It can also be a complicated aspect. When CF was first recognized in 1938 patients were told to eat a low fat diet because they couldn’t digest food, but then doctors realized patients were too thin and not healthy. A high fat diet was recommended. But now we’re seeing a variation of vegetarian and Vegan in the CF world. And what does a high fat diet mean to the caregiver? A lot of overweight caregivers? We have fun and get serious as we tackle this discussion.
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Certified Holistic Health Coach/ Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist @Goodness Girl
We all want to be healthy, but so many of us struggle to figure out what to eat, how much and when. Most give up without ever reaching their health goals. Michele Ciancimino is an Integrative Nutrition Certified Holistic Health Coach. Her personalized approach to nutrition relieves the overwhelm and confusion by providing a nutrition and lifestyle plan uniquely designed for the needs of each individual. Whether you are trying to achieve or maintain a healthy weight, improve digestion, balance hormones or blood sugar, or you just want to learn how and what to eat to support the well-being of your unique body, Michele’s personalized lifestyle coaching will move you from having knowledge to actually making your better choices more often, so that you can enjoy continued success on your path to better health.
Founder, The Bonnell Foundation: Living with cystic fibrosis @The Bonnell Foundation: Living with cystic fibrosis
Laura started the Foundation in 2010 because she saw a need to help families both financially and with mentorship. thebonnellfoundation.org