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What is Holistic Nutrition?

Holistic nutrition is an approach to health, healing and wellness which supports your physical, emotional and spiritual health through the most potent form of medicine, food. Holistic nutrition is about determining the root causes of your symptoms and using a highly customized approach based on functional foods and other natural remedies to give the body what it requires to run optimally on the cellular level. It is a partnership between you and your practitioner  to return and to keep the body in a state of optimal health.

How does a Holistic Nutritionist differ from a nutritionist or dietician?

Holistic nutritionists view you as a unique individual that has your own complex set of needs. Holistic nutrition does not follow a one sized fits all guide, for example the food pyramid, but rather favors a highly customized approach to wellness based on your very unique needs at a given time in your life. Additionally, holistic nutritionists are like personal health gurus who focus of educating you so that you can have a greater active role in your health. On the other hand, a conventional nutritionist or dietician normally practices nutrition in a hospital or school setting applying a one size fits all ideology to food. They  do not look at mental and spiritual health as crucial parts of wellness or take into account your very different needs like holistic nutritionist does.

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What kind of things can Holistic Nutrition help you with?

Holistic nutritionists, and most other holistic medicine practitioners know that food is our number one tool in creating and maintaining a vibrant, healthy body. Thus, there is a place for holistic nutrition for every single person who is looking to change the way they feel, minimize or eliminate symptoms and prevent degenerative disease in their future.  Holistic nutritionists know that food is crucial when it comes to concerns including:

  • Digestive issues (bloating, heartburn, gas, irregular bowel movements etc.)

  • Chronic pain

  • Inability to lose weight, food cravings and blood glucose imbalances

  • Low energy, fatigue and sleep disturbances

  • Anxiety, overwhelm, panic and stress

  • Hormonal concerns (PMS, painful or irregular periods, perimenopause and menopause, fertility etc.) 

  • Allergies, asthma and other chronic sinus related issues

  • Skin disturbances (acne and cystic acne, eczema, rosacea etc.)

  • High blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar etc. 

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