Nutritional Therapy

What is Nutritional Therapy?

As we go through life, we inadvertently put our bodies and minds through stress that compromises our health. Nutritional Therapy can help to reverse damage and start the healing process. It is a means to identify nutritional weakness in the body and it takes a foundational approach to nutrition, by addressing the body as a whole and from the standpoint of proper function – it gets to the root of what’s causing our symptoms.  It taps into the body’s innate ability to balance itself if given the proper tools to do so.

Imbalances can be identified through a comprehensive assessment process that starts with diet and digestion as the primary foundations for wellness.  We apply hands-on, non-invasive functional testing that uses the body’s innate intelligence to tell us where the imbalance lies and what may work to correct it.

Nutritional therapists employ a bio-individual approach – not a one-size-fits-all method. We start with a whole food paradigm – not the outdated calories in-calories out strategy, and we address health issues based on the body’s systems, rather than symptoms.


 Who Can Benefit From Nutritional Therapy?

Everyone!  You may be struggling with health problems like insomnia, type 2 diabetes, heartburn and digestive dysfunction, blood sugar imbalance, mood swings, skin conditions, weight issues, or depression. If you are, and you haven’t been finding the answers you’ve been looking for, Nutritional Therapy can help.

You may have food allergies or sensitivities that need elimination, or you may need support for a real food, gluten-free lifestyle and just don’t know where to start – Nutritional Therapy is a great place to start.

Maybe you feel like you are already doing everything right but, you aren’t quite meeting your goals – Nutritional Therapy can help you adjust what you’re already doing to make it even better.

We are all bio-individuals, so although my recommendations will be consistent in some areas, I will address you as an individual and create a comprehensive plan that is specific to your needs and goals.