Nutrition Consultant in San Francisco, CA

What you eat, when you eat and how much you eat are all important for your optimal health.

Consuming sugar can cause temporary lethargy in the body.

The study showed that immune suppression was noticeable at two hours and persisted up to five hours after consuming high amounts of caffeine and sugar found in sodas. This has practical implications for individuals, particularly teens and college students, who tend to overindulge in sugary drinks during times of stress or while studying for exams. As stress also suppresses immunity, this behavior may increase the risk of illness during critical times.

Avoid These Five Foods

It’s recommended to avoid consuming foods that may trigger oxidative stress and inflammation.

  • Refined and added sugars
  • Industrial plant oil
  • Bleached refined flour
  • Any artificial ingredients
  • These are the top five allergens: gluten, dairy, soy, corn, and peanuts.

Inflammation of the Gut

Research has indicated that consuming fast food and preserved food can lead to gut inflammation, potentially resulting in “leaky gut” and a higher risk of infection and cancer.



The Macro-Nutrient


Get a nutrient-rich dense diet.

130-150 gram per day of healthy fat.

20-100 healthy grams of carbs.

100-150 healthy grams of healthy proteins.

( There is no need to count each catagory out,

just be aware of how much of each you are eating).

Healthy Guidlines

What to eat and what not to eat are important. The following are guidelines for the types of foods and cooking techniques for optimal health. On the left of the scale are healthy options and on the right of the scale are those to be avoided.