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What is

Nutritional Therapy

  • I provide science-based protocols to support each system within the body, for optimal health.
  • Nutritional Therapy is a food-first approach to nutrition, focusing on properly prepared, nutrient-dense, whole foods. But...
  • It’s more than diet change, it’s a lifestyle change! While I view the body working as a whole, I individually look at the functionality of your upper GI, liver, gallbladder, intestines, kidneys, adrenal glands, thyroid, and pituitary gland, the absorption rate of fatty acid, vitamins and minerals, as well as, blood sugar handling, cardiovascular, and reproductive health and hydration status.
  • You are one of a kind! We are all unique bio-individuals and what works for you may not work for someone else. I tailor my feedback to each individuals needs, genes, past and present diet, stress level, lifestyle, activity level, and more.


We are Different

Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners, like myself, have a unique range of evaluation tools which include:
  • Complete thyroid blood testing. Take a deep look at your thyroid function for a personalized plan.
  • GI-Map. A GI Maps is a stool test that explores pathogens in your gut that are crucial for overall health, weight and metabolic functions. 
  • An in-depth process of interviewing, questionnaires, and evaluations, including a form over 300 questions long, which helps to identify potential nutritional deficiencies and pinpoint organs that need support.
  • Body image and mindset support,  including exercises and prompts that support a healthy outlook on food and nutrition. 

Nutritional Therapy

Is Not

  • Nutritional Therapy is not just a diet change. The bodies systems work as a whole. Besides food, I also look at digestion, blood sugar regulation, sleep, stress and movement, to name a few.
  • For losing weight. My goal is to get your body to function at its fullest potential. By doing so you will reach the weight your body is meant to be (versus how you think you should look).
  • Diagnosing or treating disease. Nutritional Therapy should not be used in place of medical help or advice.
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