Finding The Whole Purpose in Nutrition

How Kelly Lam Puts a Healthy Twist On Your Day-to-Day


aking that transition into a healthier lifestyle can be challenging. Whether it’s a lack of intrinsic motivation, guidance, or simply time, finding ways to change up your habits is undoubtedly difficult. Kelly Lam, Wellness Expert and Founder of The Whole Purpose knows a thing or two about that. That’s why after years of working in corporate America, Kelly realized the necessity for a healthy solution, leading her to start The Whole Purpose in 2013.

Her creation builds customized programs for both individuals and corporations that provide a comprehensive approach to wellness through a balanced lifestyle based on nutrition, physical well-being and purposeful communication. Who isn’t looking for those positive changes?

In-house Chef Monica Little works closely with Lam to create healthy and easy-to-make recipes that won’t cause inflammation in the body. Lam customizes all wellness programs to make sense for each client’s lifestyle.

The nutritional aspect of The Whole Purpose derives from the anti-inflammatory diet, which focuses on eating foods that don’t cause inflammation in the body. It does not deprive you of food, but instead eliminates foods that can cause bloating, swelling and fatigue in the body. It is also proven to protect against certain diseases, increase energy, stabilize blood sugar and help slow the aging process.

According to Kelly, the results are tremendous, “Clients are constantly sharing stories about being able to think clearer, sleep better, and feeling holistically greater.” If any of these benefits sound good to you, then this approach to eating might just be worth the try. So what do you have to lose?

For more information on The Whole Purpose, a company that offers individuals and corporations an innovative approach to physical and emotional wellbeing through Mindful Wellness and Purposeful Communication, visit

What Diseases Can the Anti-inflammatory Diet Help?

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Heart Disease
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Parkinson’s Disease

Fresh Finds to Add to Your Grocery List

  • Organic produce to help increase your fiber intake.
  • Green leafy vegetables like kale, broccoli, Swiss chard, Brussel sprouts and mustard greens.
  • Fruits such as berries, apples, pears and oranges.
  • Raw almonds for snacking, as well as homemade almond milk and butter.
  • Lemons for making salad dressings and adding into your water.
  • Turmeric and ginger to add to smoothies and cooked foods.

Common Symptoms of Chronic Inflammation:

If you have some of these ailments, it could be a sign that you’re dealing with chronic inflammation and could benefit from adopting an anti-inflammatory diet.

  • Frequent headaches
  • Brain fog
  • Frequent bloating
  • Digestive problems
  • Joint pain
  • Rashes
  • Fatigue
  • Weight gain

The Whole Purpose

TWP Salad Dressing


  • 1 Lemon
  • 2 Garlic Cloves
  • 2 tsp Alaea Sea Salt
  • ½ cup Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Squeeze lemon through strainer. Mince garlic cloves and add to fresh squeezed lemon juice. Add sea salt and whisk vigorously. Continue to whisk while adding olive oil. Toss into a salad and enjoy!

Did You Know? 

Drinking water infused with lemons is said to be a detox for both your body and skin. Not only does it taste delicious, but the increased hydration can help you significantly. Try squeezing some fresh organic lemons into your water bottle at the start of each day and adding slices to a hot cup of water at night.

Photoshoot location: Fisher & Paykel, USA. 

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