Learn about the importance of eating whole foods for good health. Understand how and why biological individuality is critical. In order to see connections between food, mood and health, we encourage personal experiments, so we’ve created a supportive learning environment where you can experiment and discover the way of cooking and eating that improves and sustains YOUR health.
Many programs are peer-led and designed to connect you to people who may have had similar experiences. These programs are informed by our medical advisors, dietitians and other health practitioners, based on the current thinking and health care practices. Everything we do at Suppers is informed by the following 7 Pillars of Eating For Your Health.
Pillars of Eating for Your Health
How You Feel is Data: Learn to observe the connections between what you eat and how you feel so that you can find your best health.
Biological Individuality: Your body, brain and biology are all unique to YOU. Learn which foods and way of eating are best for you.
Develop a Taste for Healthy Food: Get encouragement with preparing whole foods while developing new tastes along the way.
Support: Be part of an intentional community, make connections, and give and receive support.
Medical Practitioners and Community Partners: Be part of an ecosystem of practitioners, farmers and chefs with shared values.
Nutritional Harm Reduction: Learn how to take small steps at your own pace moving towards eating in a way that supports your wellbeing.
Non Judgement: Most people learn best when they feel comfortable and where setbacks, as well as successes, are considered part of the process. We are all human, after all, and that is why we think a non-judgement zone is so important.