Every body is different. There is no one-size-fits-all for human health especially when it comes to diet. The food we eat affects overall health more than any other lifestyle element. But it seems the health and fitness industry sends mixed and sometimes confusing messages. To gain a better understanding of what bio-individual health looks like from the point of view of a nutritionist, Drew welcomes cookbook author and nutritional therapy practitioner Christina Curp to the podcast. Christina describes how she got over her unhealthy choices to cure her skin, and body issues, how she stays motivated during quarantine with her 7-year-old son, and the focus of her books, Made Whole and Made Whole Made Simple: Learn to Heal Yourself Through Real Food & Healthy Habits.
[5:31] What it’s like having your spouse deployed in the military.
[6:51] Why Christina started The Castaway Kitchen food blog.
[9:34] Christina describes the unhealthy coping mechanisms she used to numb herself in her youth.
[14:27] Feeding the family a veggie-heavy keto or paleo diet.
[20:37] In her book, Made Whole Made Simple, Christina tries to stress the importance of a bio-individual approach.
[25:52] How to gauge success in health and fitness goals.
[32:13] How Christina is staying motivated and healthy during quarantine and being a single parent.
[38:37] With her book tour cancelled what Christina is craving in 2020.
Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program. Get your first week free, cancel any time.
Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.
Mentioned in This Episode:
Email Drew: Drew@fit2fat2fit.com