What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional therapy is a holistic-based approach to whole body health. Using a foundational approach, Practitioners can evaluate and guide you to find the root cause of many health concerns. The main objective of Nutritional Therapy is to support your body with a nutrient dense, properly prepared, whole foods diet. We will work to find a “diet” or lifestyle that works for your unique bio-individual system.  Learning to listen to and understand what your body is telling you is key. By making small adjustments to your everyday lifestyle you can make an immense difference in your quality of life and overall wellbeing.  

What does the process look like?

① To begin your Nutritional Assessment, I will send you a link to a few documents that you will need to fill out. All materials can be filled in electronically for me to review. These will allow me to dig in deep to get to know you, your lifestyle, health history, daily habits, and diet. Chances are you have tried something in the past that didn’t work. Why? Well, that is probably because it wasn’t designed specifically for your needs.

② We will work together to create a plan for you that can be realistically maintained and help you become your own kind of healthy. I help you understand why suggestions are made and why some habits or foods could be contributing to poor health. After your plan is created, you are then equipped with all sorts of tools in your nutritional toolbox to help you succeed.

Your personalized plan can include:
↠ Lifestyle or habit adjustments
↠ Foods list to incorporate to heal the body
↠ Foods list to avoid if they are harming you
↠ Supplementation ideas to support you
↠ Activity or daily movement changes
↠ A meal plan or recipes

③ We will then follow up after 2-3 weeks and see how these recommendations have influenced or affected your health. Throughout the process, you have unlimited access to nutritional resources, accountability, and guidance.

What is Nutritional Therapy Beneficial for?

Anyone who has experienced:

》Digestive or intestinal issues such as bloating, heartburn, constipation or IBS
》Sugar cravings or feeling shaky, “hangry”,  or dizzy between meals
》Blood sugar imbalances such as low blood sugar or Type II diabetes
》Chronic fatigue or low energy levels
》Hormone imbalances
》Acne or allergies 

Anyone who has:

》An autoimmune diseases
》Joint pain (arthritis)
》Inflammation
》Heart Disease, high blood pressure or high cholesterol
》Weight loss
》Inflammation
》Is slow to get started in the morning
》Headaches or brain fog
》Trouble staying asleep or falling asleep