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Steve Steeves shares how we should eat for our body, mind and soul to achieve…
Steve Steeves shares how we should eat for our body, mind and soul to achieve abundant health
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Debilitating back pain left Steve Steeves barely able to walk. He was later diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis, an incurable form of Rheumatoid Arthritis. He was given drug therapy for pain management and told he would be in a wheelchair by age 40 -50. Steeves said it was hard to imagine a life in which he wasn’t active. A small voice inside him said, “There’s another way. Seek out another way.” This inspired him to learn more about health and healing. Steeves set off on a journey studying the human body and learned in the process that our physical health is connected to our spiritual and mental health. Today, Steeves is experiencing the best health of his life and is active jogging, playing basketball and lifting weights.
Steeves works as a clinical nutritionist, naturopath and phytotherapist, and helps others find healing at the Nutrition and Health Center. He’s also the author of “The Trinity Diet: Lifestyle Balancing – Body, Soul and Spirit”. The book helps readers balance their body, soul and spirit through their food, and focuses on the trinity of macronutrients: proteins, carbohydrates and fats.