As we work together, you’ll develop a deeper understanding of the food and lifestyle choices that work best for you and implement lasting changes that will improve your energy, balance and health.Looks like this beautiful lady is a consultant and professional nutritionist in addition to being a kick-arse body builder.
According to the University of California School of Nursing, in Culture and Clinical Care, many aspects of African American culture today reflect the culture of the general US population.
The structure in African American families is often nuclear and extended with non-related “family” members.
The following guides emphasize information that can be used to stimulate thinking about cultural differences and prompt questions that will help providers understand how their patients identify with and express their cultural backgrounds.
These are not fact lists to apply indiscriminately.
Ladies and gents, meet Linda Wood Hoyte, 70 years of age. Prior to body building she was a into track and field and dance. I practice a holistic approach to health and wellness, which means that I look at how all areas of your life are connected.
Linda has been body building since 39–which is the age I am right now.Traditional African-American food—sometimes referred to as “soul food”—is diverse and flavorful with origins in Africa, the West Indies, and American southern states.The idea of what soul food is differs greatly among African Americans.In general, the older generation is more conservative, may have a more traditional view of gender roles, and may shun interracial dating and marriage.Elders are respected and often provide care for their grandchildren.Leafy greens may include spinach, collards, mustard, kale, and cabbage.