Integrative Nutrition.

Photo: dev khalsa

Photo: dev khalsa

What we eat is equally important as what we don't eat. Our habits play a key role in our body's ability to function. Balancing a busy life and moderating stress communicates with our cells, hormones and brain that we prioritize wellness. In functional nutrition, we consider the whole person - genetics, lifestyle, diet, environment, relationships, emotions, self-efficacy, interests and skills. I review lab work and external signs, then address the root cause of symptoms. Together, we come up with an action plan, which integrates an individual's beliefs and life circumstances. 

Functional Food.

photo: dev khalsa

photo: dev khalsa

If the body's physiological systems function well, we function well. Hence the concept of "functional nutrition" - choosing foods that are shown to support the function of a specific body system, symptom or ailment. When removing or adding healing foods, we provide the body with nourishment to improve the root cause of a particular condition. For example, turmeric has potent anti-inflammatory properties, and helps reduce joint pain and other symptoms related to inflammatory conditions and/or autoimmunity.  Functional nutrition is healing, preventative, and promotes optimal wellness. Thus, start with food. 

Focus.

photo: dev khalsa

photo: dev khalsa

Individuals - I work primarily with women suffering from from the effects of hormone dysfunction, namely adrenal fatigue. This includes repairing the gut; overcoming fatigue, brain fog & irritability; improving sleep patterns; increasing immunity; calming the nervous system; and reducing stress & anxiety.

Families - I love working with busy parents who wish to simplify meal plans while increasing nutrient-dense, whole foods; improve food sensitivities; cook for picky eaters, allergies & health concerns; establish food values & mealtime rituals; and rediscover the love of family food experiences.


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