About Lutz Nutrition
It all started when...
Supporting local and organic food is more powerful than just for our health.
It's a natural way of living that goes back to days of old. It's a revolution.
Lutz Nutrition is aligned with businesses, people and clients who feel the power in this food movement as well.
Eco-conscious products, and mind-expanding coaching stemming from a love of the time it all started - the underground/alternative movement that started eco-consciousness, back-to-the-land vibes, organic food, self-development and taking responsibility 'way back' in the 1960's.
(That's why you'll find that nostalgia throughout our site and social media.)
If you're ready to change the world, it starts with you.....
It's really true.
A powerful local and regional food movement is growing: a movement that directly connects consumers with how, where and by whom their food is grown. It forges new pathways for rural families to stay on the farm and attracts new producers to farming and food-related businesses. It brings about a new appreciation for food production and entrepreneurship and connects schools and our children with fresher, healthier food to feed their growing minds.
“Over the last four years, I’ve seen a shift. People who have never been on a farm are becoming interested in where their food comes from. Towns and neighborhoods that didn’t have regular access to fresh fruits and vegetables are getting them. Farmers and ranchers are tapping into new markets and keeping more money in their pockets by selling locally. And all across the country, innovative local food businesses are starting up and staffing up. Local food systems work for America: when we create opportunities for farmers and ranchers, our entire nation reaps the benefit.”
— President Barack Obama
In North America, the significant and transformative changes involving local and regional foods is generating returns for the economy and for our health.
How It All Began...
It started in the first half of the 20th century, when modern large-scale agricultural practices began to appear.
The term "organic farming" (food grown without the assistance of man-made chemicals) was coined in 1940 as a response in the shift toward synthetic nitrogen fertilizers and pesticides. The beginnings of the organic movement can be traced back all the way to the beginning of the 1800s. More recently, a resurgence in natural and organic foods surfaced in the 1960's, and the wave is back again today as we see it now - clean eating.
In recent years, environmental awareness has driven demand and conversion to organic farming.
Why we love Organics...
Anyone who understands soil KNOWS that organic food is healthier. It's intuitive.
Eating organically grown foods is the only way to avoid the cocktail of chemical poisons present in commercially grown food.
Organically grown foods have more nutrients—vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and micronutrients—than commercially grown foods because the soil is managed and nourished with sustainable practices by responsible standards.
Organically grown foods taste better because nourished soil & well balanced soil produces healthy, strong plants.
Eating organic automatically protects you from GMO's. GE food and genetically modified organisms (GMO) are contaminating our food supply at an alarming rate, with repercussions beyond understanding.
Organic food production supports farming in harmony with nature.
Reduce pollution and protect water and soil - agricultural chemicals, pesticides, and fertilizers are contaminating our environment, poisoning our water supplies, and destroying the value of fertile farmland.
That's just the tip of the iceberg.
When clients eat organic, they make better choices.
They fuel local farmers and change the world with their food purchase.
They feel better about their choice.
Feeling good leads to more healthy choices...
And it's all about how you feel....
As a Holistic Nutritionist, coach and consultant, I help you reach your goals based on what you need in that moment, because all our work is tailored exactly to your body right here, right now. Read here about how I can help you.