Nutrition is about much more than what we eat, because food is a complex and richly emotional part of our lives.
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We can build our immune function when we have the right nourishment. What we eat provides the basic building blocks of long term health.
Our mood, digestion, and immune system are interconnected, which is great news for supporting and balancing health.
We are now accepting Aetna insurance. Ha.Le’ is your home for integrative healthcare. Integrative health is based on evidence, based on science, based on you.
What keeps you stuck and prevents you from reaching your health goals?
Integrative health care can support you by treating pain, optimizing your relationship with food and exercise, reducing stress, and rebalancing the systems of the body to improve sleep, digestion, and energy levels.
Our health journeys are a process, and setting intentions is a powerful way to create change and transform our health. We are in relationship with our bodies and minds, always learning better ways to support ourselves as we grow and change.
Mindful eating does not mean dieting or restrictions. Instead, it is about taking time to take it all in, sight, smell, taste, and more. It gives you a chance to slow down and really appreciate and feel gratitude for your food, your company, and your own body.
We cannot know the state of your health by looking at your weight, and the idea that we could is a misconception that does a lot of harm. Health at Every Size is a research-based set of principles that helps shift the conversation away from weight as a stand-in indicator for health and instead focuses on health enhancement and well-being regardless of body size.
Our relationship with food is closely linked to our emotional health. Having emotions and eating are both physical events that are felt in the body, and we often try to change one by changing the other. Understanding this link allows us to cultivate an emotional relationship with food that supports our health.