The WDIET philosophy simply put is: Eat whatever you wish, in extreme moderation, with some knowledge of where your food comes from and how your body reacts to what you feed it. We are magnificent beings and deserve the best! The best type of food for the body and spirit are fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, sea algae, and seeds. Processed and genetically engineered foods are foreign to the body and should be avoided.

Smile often and drink plenty of water! It makes all of the difference in how one feels each day.

About Kalalea

KalaLea’s professional endeavors have spanned interactive production, copywriting, photography, yoga instruction and reiki offerings. And as a former health coach and restaurant owner, her enduring passion for food has led to a fascination with our relationships with it.

New York City has been KalaLea’s home for nearly sixteen years, though she’s also traveled Europe, Japan, West Africa, the Caribbean, Australia, and Brazil on a personal quest to observe how other cultures relate to one another via
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