Functional Nutrition Problem Solving

Functional Nutrition Problem Solving

I will develop a customizable program that targets the root cause of health problems. Program options might include suggestions for eliminating processed foods or entire food groups like gluten or dairy. Sometimes its recommended to take a supplement to improve digestion or encourage the establishment of beneficial bacteria. Other times I will teach you how to control lifestyle factors, like learning how to handle stress or better manage their nervous system impulses.

Typical problems/symptoms people come to me for are: IBS, IBD, GERD/acid reflux, EoE, chronic constipation, diarrhea, or abdominal discomfort, migraine or other headaches, depression and other mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, elevated blood sugar or blood pressure, hashimotos thyroiditis, skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, cystic acnes, redness and flushing, inflammaotry arthritis, rheumatoid, psoriatic, ankylosing spondylitis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, chronic sinusitis, ear infections nasal congestion, and other autoimmune conditions.

If you’re not sure if you’d be a good fit, I do offer free 15 min phone consultations to help determine if I can help or not. 

This package includes 

1 Month at time: $200/Month, includes 2 visits + two email check ins.

Or schedule a one-off appointment here

Pricing:

Initial visit: Nutrition Counseling, 60 minutes, $100

Follow Up: Nutrition Counseling, 30 minutes, $50

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