WHAT IS NUTRITIONAL THERAPY?
WHAT IT IS
Nutritional therapy uses the powers of nutrient-dense, real food to reverse the negative effects of a modern diet and lifestyle.
Nutritional therapy practitioners work with clients to correct nutritional imbalances and deficiencies through objective and evaluative tools, giving the body what it needs to restore its remarkable ability to regenerate and correct itself.
Nutritional therapy practitioners help individuals reach their optimal level of overall health by supporting and bringing balance to these five foundations through a properly prepared, nutrient-dense diet:
Blood sugar regulation
Fatty acid balance
Hippocrates is famous for the line, "All disease begins in the gut." And it's true: our guts house more than 80% of our immune systems! Disease can begin in the gut. So can true health.
WHAT IT IS NOT
Nutritional therapy is not a quick-fix. It's an ongoing process that takes commitment. It requires you to show up every day to do the work, which often involves lifestyle changes that may require more of your time, effort, or even different parts of your brain than you're used to using!
Nutritional therapy is not a fad diet. No juice cleanses, calorie counting, or fat-free yogurt here! We dive into nutrient-dense, rich foods and experience the nourishment they can bring to your body and mind.
Nutritional therapy is not intended to replace traditional medicine, however it can support you if you are experiencing a pre-diagnosed condition and provide ongoing health assessments.
Nutritional therapy is not intended for weight loss, though that's often a welcomed by-product.
IS IT RIGHT FOR ME?
Nutritional therapy might be right up your alley if you regularly experience:
bloating, constipation, chronic diarrhea
migraines or tension headaches
low energy/chronic fatigue
chronic sinus infections
excessive weight loss or weight gain
hypertension or high cholesterol