Jo Whitton is the food blogger behind Quirky Cooking , podcast host of the “A Quirky Journey” podcast, speaker and author of two books Quirky Cooking and Life-Changing Food. More importantly, she’s a mom who through the power of food and changing to a gut-friendly diet, found she could make important changes to her family’s health.
If you are a Mom or Dad, or anyone healing from gut issues this podcast is for you.
Most of your health will come from the foods you eat by way of ingesting the essential nutrients our body requires in order to operate properly and express optimal health.
You are genetically designed to express this health status and isn’t supposed to be hard either. In fact, it is quite easy.
Every one of us has the blueprint on our DNA to be strong like the hunter and gatherers were for 2 million years.
Too many toxins and not enough essential nutrients create an environment that provides our genes and our DNA the worst building blocks, and won’t allow the body to function at its optimal level. This leads to sickness and disease.
Peak performance, optimal health, and just simply living a healthy life requires peak provisions of essential nutrients. Nutrients that are from the most natural sources possible – the fewer middlemen between the earth and your plate the better.
Put simply, just eat real foods, mostly plants, healthy meats from healthy sources, seafood, nuts, seeds, and fruits. Pretty easy!
If all of this sounds too hard, just have a listen to Jo’s “Tough Love”. It will give you the kick you need to get what you want from your health, and the health of your family.
Jo Whitton provides us with the tools, knowledge, and strategies to provide ourselves health care from the kitchen. And she does it in the kindest, most generous of ways. You can feel her sincerity and loveliness in her voice. No wonder her podcast is doing so well!
If you can find a way to make cooking simpler and less stressful it will be a valuable skill to use for the rest of your life.
I am so lucky to have Jo on the show to give us her personal story of how she helped with her sons’ gut issues and heal from a severe case of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Connect with Jo Whitton
Podcast: A Quirky Journey
Facebook: Quirky Cooking