Nutrition QED is all about demonstrating the power of food.
You see, QED is an abbreviation for the Latin expression “quod erat demonstrandum“… yeah, I can’t pronounce it either! I can, however, tell you that the translation is “that which was to be demonstrated.” If you were so inclined to read mathematical proofs (as I was when I got my undergrad degree in Applied Mathematics), you would see the QED at the end to indicate that the answer given definitively proves the answer to the question asked.
I believe that nutrition is the definitive answer to many questions, like…
But rather than asking you to take my word for it, I intend to demonstrate it by using science-based evidence and your personal experience to prove the efficacy of nutrition in improving your health and well-being. After all, none of the information matters if it doesn’t help you feel like the best version of yourself. And you deserve to feel awesome every day.
Oh! Perhaps most importantly, you won’t have to give up all of your favorite foods in the process. I know that food is an integral part of our enjoyment of life, and I wouldn’t dream of taking that away from you… or me!
My mission is to help people change their food so they can improve their lives. In this way, I hope to change the world via food.
I believe this happens when people receive, consume, interpret and utilize nutrition-related information in an efficient and effective way. By teaching people how to apply science-based nutrition information that works with their bodies, environment, preferences and lifestyle, I intend to improve the quality of life for all of us, as individuals, families and communities.
My vision is that all people would have easy access to up-to-date and personally relevant nutrition-related information that can be easily implemented for improved health and wellness. After all, we all deserve to be the most vibrant, healthy, whole versions of ourselves.
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Dunne S. Guest Post: Personalized Nutrition. Happy Living. 2014.
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