Nutrition Plans

How you fuel your body is foundational for lifelong health and vitality. Proper nutrition and a healthy gut are both vital to staying strong all season. Your body has a lot to do in order to keep itself—and you—running smoothly. When you feed it a well-rounded, nutrient-rich diet, supplementing where needed, your body will thank you.


Give Your Body What It Needs

Contemplating a diet change can be overwhelming. But don’t worry, it can be simple. Just keep these two rules in mind: eat mostly plant-based foods and cut down on processed foods. If you want to learn more about how you can purposely fuel your body for the lifestyle you want, click the button below to schedule a time to chat with me!


  • Drink water to stay hydrated.
  • Exchange juices and sodas for water with a drop of Lemon essential oil.


  • Limit your intake of highly processed foods.
  • Eat the rainbow: incorporate multicolored fruits and vegetables in your daily diet.


  • Supplement your diet with the dōTERRA Lifelong Vitality Pack® to get crucial vitamins and minerals.

How to  start  eating healthy 

The best way to implement lasting change in your diet is to start small. Find a few ways to integrate more super foods such as dark leafy greens, berries, legumes, nuts and seeds, garlic, eggs, salmon, etc., into your meals. Cut out a couple of things that aren’t helping you meet your diet goals. Sugary drinks, for example, such as soft drinks, milk, juices, fruit drinks, tea, coffee and energy drinks — were combined into one category, they would be the top sugar source for all Canadians. If the thought of drinking only water seems boring to you, add a couple drops of essential oil to your next glass. Citrus oils like Lemon and Tangerine add a splash of flavor while also providing a gentle daily cleanse for your body.

There are a lot of things you can do to help make eating healthy a little easier. Plan your meals in advance, be intentional about what foods you purchase at the grocery store, and meal prep can all offer huge rewards for a relatively small amount of effort up front.

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