Some people turn to a Nutritional Therapist proactively to make sure they are on the right path with regards to proper eating, health, and wellness. Others have specific symptoms or chronic conditions they would like to support from a holistic approach. Both are excellent motivations to seek out Nutritional Therapy.

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Here are some of the common reasons people turn to
Nutritional Therapy:

 

  • to manage and alleviate symptoms of autoimmune disease (RA, MS, Hashimoto’s)

  • to support and promote good skin health (psoriasis, eczema, acne, dry skin)

  • to balance hormonal imbalances (PMS, menopausal symptoms, PCOS, low libido)

  • to manage or eliminate chronic pain, joint pain, back pain, headaches and migraines

  • to gain insight and support in order to pursue a healthy weight and fitness level

  • to reduce symptoms of anxiety & depression, insomnia and sleep disturbances

  • to promote and support healthy immunity

  • to optimize fertility and prenatal health

  • to improve blood sugar stabilization, energy and mood regulation

  • to support and maintain optimum digestive health and nutrient absorption (IBS, acid reflux, constipation, chronic diarrhea, bloating, indigestion, food intolerances, Celiac, Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis)

  • to educate themselves about real food and its critical importance to our health in every area

  • to understand better food preparation and selection when dealing with food allergies/intolerance’s

  • for baby and childhood nutrition, including prenatal/breastfeeding diet and weaning children onto solid foods

  • guidance and support with special diets such as various elimination diets, gluten-free diet, GAPS diet, Paleo/Primal diets, Ketogenic diet, low carbohydrate diets, detoxification diets; of primary importance is finding the right ‘diet’ that your body thrives on

  • sports nutrition and optimized performance

 

 

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