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Dusty Lapp, BA, NTP

Owner - Best Life Nutritional Therapy LLC

Dusty Lapp, BA, NTP

About Dusty Lapp, BA, NTP:

Dusty Lapp is a husband, father of 3 girls, and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. For the past 20 years he has been passionately pursuing spiritual, physical, relational and financial health. Many of the natural things in life have tremendous consequences that resonate through the spiritual, relational and financial aspects of our life. Life is exciting and meant to be lived to the fullest. Unfortunately, sickness, disease, aches and pains hinder many people from reaching their full potential, isolating them from experiencing the life they were created to enjoy. Supporting people through proper nutrition is one of the best way I have found to help them live their Best Life.

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Articles by Dusty Lapp, BA, NTP

NTA instructor – how to eat specific foods for specific conditions

NTP (Nutritional Therapy Practitioner) from the NTA explains how to eat specific foods for specific conditions.   Dusty Lapp NTP and instructor from the NTA...
July 01, 2015
Dusty Lapp, BA, NTP

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Why do you recommend Superfood Smoothies?

Over the past 100 years soil mineral content has been depleted by 85%. Looking at the Pottenger’s Cat study we can see the quality of soil directly impacts the nutrient density of our food . 100 years ago we could eat an orange and have a healthy vitamin C content. Today, not so much. Oranges have been tested with minimal vitamin C content. Supplementing with Vitamin C is not enough to overcome this nutritional deficiency. In nature, Vitamin C is a compound with cofactors that allow it to be the amazing antioxidant that it is. Superfood smoothies contain the nutrient rich food INCLUDING the valuable cofactors that work synergistically on a cellular level.

What are your credentials?

I have my B.A. in Christian Management and Leadership through Trinity Theological Seminary and my Nutritional Therapy Practitioner certification through the Nutritional Therapy Association.

What is your passion?

I love helping people live their best life.

Who do you admire most and why?

My dad. He continues to teach me what it looks like to be a faithful man who conducts himself with humility, integrity and kindness. He is my hero.

What first motivated you to pursue a healthier, cleaner diet?

It has always been in me. The best way I can describe it is that it is a calling. I think that things continue to call to you and you either answer and mold your life to that calling, or you turn a blind eye and live life without every reaching your full potential. I choose to eat a properly prepared, nutrient dense whole food diet because I now it will help me accomplish the mission I have for myself and my family. Our family mission is to pursue health; physically, relationally, spiritually and financially.

If you had to choose one, what would be your favorite fruit and favorite vegetable and why?

I have never been one to stick to just one favorite. My palate changes based on the nutritional needs of my body. Right now, I love raspberries, last year it was blueberries. Beets are amazing, but for the past few months I have been loving this amazing squash soup my wife has been making.

What type of physical activities do you participate in and why?

After 16 years as a Professional Bull Fighter in the PBR and PRCA, my body needed time to rest and heal. For the past year I have been focusing on specific stretching for my back/pelvic girdle as well as doing pushups, sit-ups.

What advice would you give to someone who is considering making positive changes to their diet, exercise regimen, or lifestyle in general?

If we just focus on what we can or can’t do or eat, we will lack the inspiration to follow through with positive changes. Understanding WHY you want to change and allowing the emotion that is connected to your WHY will inspire you and help you follow through when discouragement comes knocking. Allow the desire to run and play with your kids, grow old with vibrancy and do everyday tasks without pain keep you motivated to stay the course. Set your mind on the task of making incremental manageable changes. Small changes over time add up to big improvements in health. Take it a step at a time making sure to Celebrate your victories and learn from your defeats.

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