What is Nutritional Therapy?


Is the assessment of ones nutritional imbalances in the body. Nutritional deficiencies are identified and corrected through changing ones diet and lifestyle.


Six foundations



Your diet is were it all starts. What are you putting in your body. Proper diet is taught as well as the benefits to overall body function.



Focuses on how we process the foods we consume.


Essential Fatty Acids

Essential Fatty Acid deficiency is prevalent in this the US, and can led to many health issues. By correcting the diet we can avoid these problems.



Are used to help: cell membranes, tissue growth, proper ph balance, bone, fertility, thyroid function. By correcting mineral levels we can help te overall function of the body.



Is our body’s most important nutrient, we can’t live without it. Hydration helps with: transports nutrients, flushes toxins, removes waste, lubricates joints, cushions organs.


Consequences of foundational imbalances

Foundation imbalances can cause: imbalances in endocrine function, immune function and cardiovascular function.




  1. Digestive Problems
  2. Constipation
  3. Diarrhea
  4. bloating
  5. IBS
  6. Reflux
  7. Food allergies/Intolerances
  8. Diverticulitis
  9. Weight problems
  10. Cardio-Vascular Health
  11. Raised cholesterol
  12. High blood pressure
  13. Metabolic Syndrome
  14. Hormone Imbalances/Women’s Health
  15. Infertility
  16. Endometriosis
  17. Menopause symptoms
  18. Skin Conditions (Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea)
  19. Mental health
  20. Autoimmune conditions
  21. Fibromyalgia
  22. Chronic fatigue syndrome
  23. Lupus
  24. Rheumatoid arthritis
  25. Diet recovery (low carb, paleo, low calorie, etc.)
  26. Infertility/hormonal balancing
  27. Fatigue/low energy
  28. Slowed metabolism
  29. Hypothyroidism
  30. Insomnia
  31. Acid reflex
  32. Toxicity
  33. PMS
  34. Excess weight
  35. Inflammation
  36. Blood sugar issues
  37. Food allergies
  38. Seasonal allergies



Additional Information