Our Mission: to educate and inspire moms to accept their wholeness and nourish self and family well, with simplicity and joy everyday. This will positively impact future generations, so they rise up knowing their worth, knowing how to cook in the kitchen and knowing the value of nourishing others and this world. This will lead to a healthier and happier humanity!!!

Our Goal: to help 1 million moms in the next 5 years join in this mission and live it in their lives, everyday. Which in turn will bless and inspire future generations to live a healthy and happy life that is inclusive of others and the earth!

 Research shows that whole food plant-based diets are cost-effective, low-risk interventions that may lower body mass index, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels.

Whole Foods are abundant in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Whole foods are a natural medicines from the earth/God and they help contribute to nourishment and wellness.

A whole food plant based lifestyle treats a variety of chronic conditions, lowers body weight, decreases risk of cancer, and reduces risk of death from heart disease.

We make it our mission to educate on these 4 categories:

Healthy Mindset

Recent studies have connected a “healthy” dietary pattern to a lower risk of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and suicide in adults. Results showed that a high intake of fruits, vegetables, fish and whole grains protected against depression. Researchers have turned up similar findings in children and teenagers. The analysis also found a consistent and positive relationship between an “unhealthy” dietary pattern – a higher intake of saturated fat, sugar, refined starches and processed foods – and poorer mental health in youth.

Healthy Body

How does whole & healthy eating impact health? According to Minnesota University research, “The food we eat gives our bodies the “information” and materials they need to function properly. If we don’t get the right information, our metabolic processes suffer and our health declines.

If we get too much food, or food that gives our bodies the wrong instructions, we can become overweight, undernourished, and at risk for the development of diseases and conditions, such as obesity, arthritisdiabetes, and heart disease.”

Whole Foods Benefit Everyone

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the professional organization of dietitians, released a position statement on vegetarian diets, saying appropriately planned vegetarian, including vegan diets “are appropriate for all stages of the life cycle, including pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, adolescence, older adulthood, and for athletes.” Everyone can benefit from a lifestyle that centers around whole and healthy food choices. When we eat meat and dairy products they are sourced locally, have pastured and free range animals and are antibiotic free.

Love Our Planet

Worldwide, new reports suggest that agriculture produces around a half of all man-made emissions. Changing the foods that you eat can have a big impact on your carbon footprint. And reduce pollution, preserve the environment and slow global warming. Many of these changes will also save you money, improve your health and even keep you fit! The carbon footprint of a vegetarian diet is about half that of a meat-lover’s diet.

 91% of the deforestation of the Amazon
is to provide land for cattle ranches.

It takes 1850 gallons of water to
produce 1 pound of beef vs. 39
gallons of water for 1 lb of vegetables. 

1.5 acres can produce 37,000 pounds
of plant-based food or 375 pounds of meat.

At Whole & Healthy Kitchen we eat whole foods, which means eating mostly plants – vegetables, fruit, berries. Reduce your grain intake and make it whole sprouted grains when you do. Choose smaller portions of meat that are responsibly and sustainably raised and grass fed. Eat organically farmed eggs and fish. Sprout/soak all nuts, seeds, grains, legumes. Avoid processed foods. Consume healthy fats, such as coconut oil, avocado or olive oil. Some will thrive on Vegan, “Whole Food Plant Based” diets, while others will opt to consume some farm fresh and local meats and dairy. It’s about finding what works for you and your family.

“Being whole and healthy is not just about cooking or eating.
It is also about having a loving relationship to the thoughts we think, the meals we make, to our family and to our world. Cooking is an Act of Whole Love”