Recovering Right With Chef Prepared Meals

Feb 5, 2015 | General TRC Information, Recipes and Cooking


chefmeals“Restoring your physical health through good nutrition is a smart way to lay the foundation for continuing recovery” – Anonymous


At the Taylor Recovery Center we believe that our clients who are traveling on the courageous road of recovery should be nourished with top quality meals. For this reason we are proud to offer our clients chef prepared meals on a daily basis.
Our onsite executive chef, Claude E. Tubbs, an honors graduate from the Art Institute of Houston, pours his expertise as an experienced chef into every dish.

Not only do our clients enjoy great tasting meals, but they also receive the nutritional benefits of nourishing their bodies with good food on a consistent basis. All too often, during active addiction the nutritional needs of the body are neglected, resulting in malnutrition.

Here at Taylor Recovery we understand that bringing healing to the body is an important aspect of the recovery process.  It is well known that good nutrition and recovery from substance abuse go hand in hand. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, “When people feel better, they are less likely to start using alcohol and drugs again. Because balanced nutrition helps improve mood and health, it is important to encourage a healthy diet in people recovering from alcohol and other drug problems”.

Additionally, Jenny Smiechowsky states in her article “Nutrition and Recovery: How Healthy Eating Can Help You Stay Sober”, “Proper nutrition helps recovering addicts (and everyone else) feel better because nutrients give the body energy, help build and repair organ tissue, and strengthen the immune system”.

Experience has shown us here at Taylor Recovery that meeting our client’s needs is the best way to ensure the transition into their new life of recovery.  By offering daily chef prepared meals not only are our client’s needs met by getting the right nourishment, but they enjoy great tasting quality meals.