You want to eat right but…
You’re sick and tired of being sick and tired. You know that you should “eat healthy,” but with so many voices out there, what does “eating healthy” even mean?
Every day you have new resolve to eat right, but with a fast-food joint on every corner, and that darn vending machine at work, the day gets away from you. A Diet Coke, Doritos, apple fritters, Big Macs… they’re fast, easy, and cheap. But you know your body and mind are paying the price.
It’s time to right the course. Robyn Openshaw has sifted through the vast body of dietary counsel competing for your attention. What is truly worth your time and energy is presented, in a way anyone can follow, in the course 12 Steps to Whole Foods.
A life change anyone can make!
In the course of a year, you can adopt the habits that took the author 16 years to learn, experiment with, and adopt into daily practice–for optimal weight, health, and energy! The focus of this course is on natural, unrefined and unprocessed foods, with a strong emphasis on plant foods, 60-80 percent raw.
You’ll learn lots of new and exciting ways to use foods that have nourished mankind for thousands of years, especially before there was a McDonald’s on every corner! Those foods include, in this order:
- Whole grains
- Small amounts of unrefined oils, sweeteners, and seasonings
The Premium Course includes well over 1,000 recipes and everything you need to know, to enjoy a lifestyle eating the world’s most nutritious foods–easily, inexpensively, and deliciously. It’s a life change anyone can make!
Learn How to Eat
The 12 Steps program doesn’t focus on the DON’Ts. You already know that white flour, white sugar, and other processed foods are bad for you. You probably know that cutting back dairy and meat, replacing them with legumes and whole grains, would help your health. (If you don’t know about these things, you should go read my nutrition myths).
What the course does is teach you the DO’s. How you can have a positive experience with whole foods. Robyn doesn’t beat people up about their food choices—she nurtures them into a healthier and happier place.
The 12 Steps:
- Bye-Bye, Stimulants—Hello Green Smoothies
- Making Salad the Star
- Dressing Up Your Salad
- Avoiding Bad Fats, Enjoying Good Fats
- Reaping a Gardener’s Rewards
- Making Plant-Based Main Dishes
- Sprouting and Dehydrating
- Preserving Raw Foods with Natural Probiotics
- Replacing White Flour with Whole Grains
- Starting Your Morning Off Right
- Creating Delicious Whole-Food Treats
- Achieving an Alkaline Inner Terrain
Each chapter has tips on saving money and time!
In addition to a digest of the very best practices in nutrition, Robyn has developed recipes so you can replace your low-nutrition family favorites with high-nutrition, new favorites. Anyone can do the 12 Steps program, and each chapter has tips on saving money and time. The manual is fully indexed so you can easily look up recipes that use ingredients you have on hand.
A whole-foods lifestyle doesn’t have to be expensive. And you don’t have to be a slave to the kitchen. Robyn shows you how each minute spent in the kitchen, though, yields two minutes of increased energy and vitality! Each step has time- and money-saving tips.
The 12 Steps to Whole Foods program has helped thousands of people. Read a few people’s experiences on our testimonials page.