Kileen Swenson, Lac, MAOM, Discusses Eating for Optimal Health: The Weston A. Price Way

EUGENE, OR, November 05, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Well Balanced Movement, a community of practitioners and trainers in Eugene, Oregon, dedicated to whole health, is pleased to announce the publication of a new blog on the anti-inflammatory diet.

Authored by Kileen Swenson, Lac, MAOM, the article highlights an eating strategy for optimal health pioneered by Weston A. Price (1870-1948). A Canadian dentist whose main theories originated from the relationship between nutrition, dental, and physical health, Price’s dietary guidelines focus on inherently vitamin saturated foods and high-quality fats for fuel. They have influenced many of today’s most effective eating plans, including the Whole 30, Paleo, GAPS, and carnivore diets.

According to Kileen, anyone experiencing signs and symptoms of global inflammation — Allergies, asthma, auto-immune conditions, sinus congestion, brain fog, insomnia, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, frequent infections, colds, or flu, PMS, irregular menses, low libido, and fibromyalgia – should consider the following Weston A. Price dietary guidelines or a similar anti-inflammatory diet.

“This way of eating is especially recommended for growing children, women trying to conceive, weight loss, chronic illness, and people who want to reduce overall inflammation,” she writes. “Although one way of eating does not fit all, the Weston A. Price core values and guidelines are a great start for achieving optimal health and well being.”

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