Nutrients are the component of food that enable us to maintain the processes necessary to live and have balance or homeostasis. When the body is in homeostasis (or perfect balance), good health is enjoyed. The body works around the clock to maintain this perfect balance; however, over time a diet of processed, lifeless foods, constant exposure to toxins (breathed in, slathered on skin, and ingested pesticides to name a few), stress and food sensitivities can leave the body in a sickly state. Achy joints, tired muscles, foggy-headedness, depression, anxiety, skin conditions, digestive issues, and on and on. These can be the results of a heavy toxic burden due to poor food choices, environmental toxins or nutritional deficiencies.
This is where a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner comes in.
As a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner I focus on the foundations. Using specialized testing I can help discover deficiencies, imbalances, bacterial overgrowth, and other underlying causes of your symptoms. By addressing the root cause of your symptoms, whether it’s a deficiency or a sensitivity, you will see the difference in your health and quality of life. When we focus on the foundations of health, the results are noticeable.
Nutritional Therapy has many benefits, including:
A sense of well being
A happier digestive system
Better, more restful sleep
More balance to mood
Clearer thought processing