Nourishing Your Body & Soul
Individual nutrition consultations and group workshops
Krista Daley CHC, AADP
Workshop Sessions Include:
“Taming the SUGAR ADDICT in you”
“Eating for Energy”
“How to Increase your Glorious Green Intake”
If interested, contact Krista….
Krista has always been fascinated with the human body. Since she was a child she had a love of athletics and always knew the benefits of eating healthy. Sports were a focal point in her life just as they are now for her two girls ages 9 and 12. Nutrition plays a huge role in her life as a mother and spreading the word has become her mission. She decided to become a holistic health counselor to fulfill this passion and start a practice of her own to reach as many people as possible.
She received her training to practice Health Counseling at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, which is the only nutrition school integrating all the different dietary theories — combining traditional philosophies with modern concepts like the USDA food pyramid, the glycemic index, the Zone and raw foods. Her favorite part of this journey in learning has been adopting the concept of bio-individuality. It is the philosophy that understands that each of us is unique and able to respond to a variety of foods differently. In this learning she has also discovered about the importance of “primary foods.” Primary food is more than what is on your plate. Healthy relationships, regular physical activity, a fulfilling career and a spiritual practice can fill your soul and satisfy your hunger for life. When primary food is balanced and satiating, your life feeds you, making what you eat secondary.
She is a certified holistic health counselor. This certification comes from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, SUNY, and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.
In addition to eating healthy foods, Yoga is an important aspect of her life. Just as yoga has many benefits physically and spiritually, nourishment from all kinds of food is strengthening and uplifting.
In January of 2010 Krista was diagnosed with a brain tumor. The surgery went as planned with 95% of the benign meningioma being removed. She has learned to make adaptations in her life in dealing with some of the “detours” that have presented themselves to her. As she has faced these challenges, she has been introduced to many incredibly positive people in all aspects of health. Her healing has led to a firm belief that those who face a difficult path in their lives need not fight their battles alone! With these challenges come gifts that appear in their journey. Asking for help does not make someone any weaker…it enhances what is already within.
“A clay pot sitting in the sun will always be a clay pot. It has to go through the white heat of the furnace to become porcelain.” —Mildred Witte Stouven
She is eternally grateful for all those she has studied with.