WHAT IS NUTRITIONAL THERAPY?
Nutritional therapy is a comprehensive nutritional approach, supporting your journey to vibrant health and balance. We will work together to address the underlying root causes of your priority health issues and will strengthen your nutritional foundation using a holistic perspective. Nutritional therapy is based on six foundations for health – Diet, Digestion, Blood Sugar Balance, Fatty Acid Balance, Mineral Balance, and Hydration. By creating optimal balance you will regain your ability to live a thriving and engaged life.
This is a partnership. Together we will work through your health history, current symptoms, and health goals to create a roadmap that is unique to you. We will build a nutrient-dense plan that leverages supplements and lifestyle changes to help you build your most vibrant self!
Nutritional therapy may help you if you are dealing with any of the following conditions:
- Digestive issues
- Food allergies and sensitivities
- Blood sugar regulation
- Athletic performance
- Weight loss or gain
- Fertility, preconception, and prenatal support
- Skin problems
- Seasonal allergies
- Poor sleep
We will build a customized plan that respects your body’s bio-individuality and work together to implement YOUR plan for optimal health.
Schedule your 15-30 minute phone consultation to discuss the process, your goals and areas of concern, and answer your questions about what to expect moving forward.
A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) is a paraprofessional certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association, Inc. trained to evaluate a client’s nutritional needs, support normal function, and identify nutritional deficiencies. A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner makes recommendations of dietary change, lifestyle considerations, and nutritional supplementation based on the following:
- Client Information
- Analysis of Client’s Food Journal
- Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire
- Functional Evaluation
- Lingual-Neuro Testing
A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is not trained to provide medical diagnosis or treatment of any medical or pathological condition, illness, injury or disease. No recommendation or comment made by a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner should be construed as being medical advice or diagnosis.