Nutritional therapy is the key to our Advanced Wellness Nutrition (AWN) Program. Everything you eat introduces unique chemistry into your body. Some of it is good, some of it is bad, but every body is different.
As a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, we start by listening to you! No prepackaged solution, we develop an individualized program specific to your desired outcomes. We will identify nutritional deficiencies or imbalances that may be preventing you from achieving optimal health. Nutritional therapy uses real, whole foods to balance body chemistry and achieve targeted outcomes.
What’s on your fork?
Some of our clients are initially concerned about what they will have to give up. We come at this from a different angle, which is to give you so many new and different food options that we crowd out the foods that may be slowing you down. We know these changes are not easy (we have been through this ourselves!), but by giving you lots of options you are empowered to make healthier decisions. We will also go at your pace. If you are not ready, we will help you get ready.
In a nutshell, research shows that the healthiest diet is based on fresh, whole foods that are minimally processed. Those foods are rich in the natural vitamins, minerals and micronutrients that are so vital to good health. But that is not the whole solution, we leverage many strategies to manage the environment and stress, not just the dietary needs. This is what sets our program apart from just a general nutrition program. Your health can be complicated, but through our AWN Program we've simplified it with straight forward and clear actions driving for results.
If you’re struggling with pain, fatigue, lack of energy or weight gain, our AWN Program can help. Nutritional therapy encourages the body’s own natural healing. It can help prevent illness or address symptoms of chronic health conditions. Nutritional therapy can help you to:
We will work with you as a health partner, to develop goals and tailor programs to your individual needs. We work to correct nutritional deficiencies, but also addresses underlying health problems to create long-lasting change and good health. We may advise adding certain foods to your diet, or avoiding foods that may be making your symptoms worse. Whole-food supplements may be recommended to encourage your body to rebalance and heal itself.
If you want to feel your best, contact us: