Many of you might have first known me as “the Paleo Dietitian” or “Aglaée your Paleo RD“…
…but things are now changing!
*** Why this BIG change ? ***
It’s not that I have anything against the Paleo diet… I am still eating this way most of the time (with the exception of the addition of a bit of dairy, corn and rice here and there) and I still base most of my dietary recommendations on the principles of ancestral nutrition. However, I feel like the word Paleo may be a bit scary for the majority of the people that I want to reach and help.
And more importantly, I want to broaden my horizons a little bit as a naturopathic medicine student and future ND (naturopathic doctor).
I’ll always keep a focus on REAL food but I want my new website to better reflect the more global and holistic approach I have adopted when it comes to my own health and that of my clients.
*** …. drum roll… ***
I love it and I hope you do too. 🙂
But… what does “radicata” mean?
Radicata actually comes from Latin [~rā·dī·cā·tā~] and means
~rooted, having roots, having found a home~.
What does that have to do with nutrition, health and medicine? A lot! 🙂
I really like this word because not only is it very phonetic and easy to pronounce in English, en français as well as en español, but it also has a very deep meaning that perfectly aligns and resonates with my philosophy.
To me, ~radicata~ medicine means root of health.
There are 3 important aspects to ~radicata~ medicine:
- one: find the ~root~ of your specific symptoms and medical problems
rather than just trying to mask and cover up the symptoms.
- two: go back to the real ~roots~ of medicine by taking advantage of the centuries
of evidence supporting the healing power of traditional remedies and REAL food.
- three: remember the need to stay grounded and ~rooted~ during your healing process.
Ready to experience ~radicata~ medicine?
Find how you can work directly with Aglaée!
What do YOU think?