I want to sincerely Thank You for visiting thenutrient.com’s About page. For some reason, somehow you have arrived, and I Welcome you!
What exactly is the nutrient?
The nutrient is any chemical compound in existence.
If you gave it a thought for just a moment, you will realize that a nutrient is a source of all life at the core of our existence. There is not one thing in this universe that can exist without the nutrient. It is a DNA strand/a mathematical sequence of chemical compounds that keeps us together, and at the same time fueling us like fire.
Did you know, that the tiniest grain of sand is said to have all the intelligence of the universe?
There is so much that we don’t know and will never understand. However, we can educate ourselves with what humanity has learned thus far as much as we can, so we can keep moving and progressing as individuals and as a whole.
Only thing that matters in life, is our well-being, while everything else is secondary. There is no need to be sick, to have diseases and ailments that take our lives away. There is no need for fear either as fear is the cause of all of our troubles.
It is about what we eat. The food we ingest can make us or break us. Every meal, and I mean every single meal counts.
TheNutrient.com is young, the information we have is minuscule and only at the tip of the iceberg, but rest assured, the information you are seeking will arrive in your inbox when you need it most.
Our bodies are a series of organic nutrients and chemical compounds which require proper nurturing. The genetic markup contained in the natural foods we eat, is the to fuel us and it knows how to restore us back to perfection.
I invite you to join me on my journey of discovery. My greatest goal and desire is to nurture you – my visitor with the wealth of information and at the same time guide you to your optimal health.
Who am I?
You can call me El, Ella, or Eleonora, which is my first name.
I was born in the old USSR – Moldova Kishinev and migrated to the US in 1990 when I was 12 years old. My life has not been easy there as a kid, and I will tell you why.
What Made Me Different
It all began when I was just 2 years old, I was infected with TB, and because Russia was lacking antibiotics, I lived in a hospital for 2 years to recover. Then, in May 1983, when I was 5 years old, I fell off a 5th floor balcony.
How I survived the actual fall, is a story for another day which I hope to write and post soon.
But on that May day, I lost my spleen, broke my leg (open leg fracture), broke my wrist, received a blood transfusion due to loss of blood and was in coma for 3 days. When the surgeon saw my mom after my surgery, he said not to worry, I could very well live without a spleen for 100 years.
I was fortunate in a sense. After a summer of recovery and after my cast on my leg was finally removed, I resumed life as normal – went to daycare and then school, I wasnt treated any differently and was expected of as any other child in my age group. I was sent to music school at the age of 8, traveled across half the city on my own to get my piano lessons, etc… Then dance school when I was a little older. No one dwelled on my flaws if there were any.
Although I recovered nicely, I was not the same again. As a child was always sick, I would miss more than half the school year. Then I when I got older, my colds and flues usually would usually last for a couple of months.
It was always a reactive approach to heal my illnesses and no one ever knew why I was sick all the time.
I couldn’t run and do cardio till I was 16 years old due to extreme headaches after my head trauma.
No one would believe me what had happened to me, people probably thought I was crazy. Eventually, I just stopped telling and went on with my life. To this day, probably no one believes me.
My deep reasons for maintaining good health started when I was about 14 years old after I realized my body needed help. I was eating garbage like everyone else and my body was taking a hit. My curiosity about my condition pushed me to self-educate for the past three decades about non-conventional medicines as well as proper diet and nutritional healing. I was even more fortunate for the fact that my mom and my grandmother were into holistic medicine and non conventional medical treatments.
Why I’m not a Certified Nutritionist?
I did not want to be a nutritionist to just maintain my health. I learned that people don’t want to change, and I didn’t want to be in a profession where people resisted change. For example, an individual would rather take a pill to maintain his/her blood pressure than make a lifestyle change. It was never my intention to make a living by helping people stay healthy and heal. I simply wanted to keep myself healthy and maybe help those around me. I do it for pure joy.
Even my husband had resistance in what I was saying, it took him about 15 years to accept the real truth and completely change his lifestyle, but of course after his body began taking a hit.
Over the years, I noticed that there is so much misinformation. The medical system here in the US runs on politics, lobbyists, insurance companies, conventional medicine, pharmaceuticals, etc.. that continues to hurt people. The whole cycle is so wrong, and yet everyone trusts their doctors because of their degree. A doctor doesn’t even know how to cure anything, only treat symptoms and mask the pain. He/she does whatever it takes to add extra codes to the billing statement to get highest reimbursement from the insurance company possible. It is not in their best interest to have healthy patients unfortunately.
Don’t get me wrong, there are a few good doctors out there, and conventional medicine is absolutely necessary at times. In addition, there are brilliant surgeons who save people’s lives every day. Modern medicine is God’s work, but there has to be a perfect balance and a proactive approach to health.
I finally decided to open up.
The nutrient.com is my communication channel that I will continue to nurture with helpful health information as much as I can.
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