Nutritional Therapy

What to Expect during Nutritional Therapy

The nutritional therapy process is not your typical dietician or medical visit. We will be spending a lot of time together as we dig into the root cause of your symptoms and explore solutions using the Nutritional Therapy Association’s three pronged approach of traditional wisdom, experiential knowledge, and scientific research. The approach will lead us to an individualized action plan to include a nutrient dense diet using whole foods, improving nutrient absorption, balancing energy levels, absorbing essential healthy fats for sustainable energy, mineral balance, and hydrating your body all the way down to the cells. I am also here to support improved rest, managing stress, increasing movement, and address barriers to your health- if thats apart of your goals. When we first meet, we will take approximately 30 minutes to explore your concerns and decide if we are a good fit for each other. Secondly, I will ask that you complete some questionnaires that scratch the surface of your health, habits, lifestyle, food choices, moods, and symptoms. From there, we will have about 90 minutes to discuss the results and brainstorm top concerns along with your goals. Finally, together we will develop an action plan to address how we will approach these goals. I like to think of the action plan as a ”living document” where we can review and edit as you see fit. It is not set in stone, so follow-up sessions are available and highly encouraged.

My approach

My approach to nutrition is based off the Weston A. Price studies, where he developed laws of obtaining fat-soluble vitamins from animal sources and consuming properly prepared foods in their whole form. With the Weston A. Price approach, I am committed to blending today’s need for convenience with our body’s ancestral need for whole foods. This looks like learning to read ingredients, routinely create meal plans, and prepare foods traditionally with consideration of every day commitments.

Areas of Support

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Fatigue or Insomnia

Family Nourishment

Hair and Skin concerns

Joint Pain

Bone health

Depression or Anxiety support

Nutritional recovery from long-term addiction or alcoholism


Pre-conception, Pregnancy, and Post-Partum

Additional Services

Stay tuned for future services such as cooking classes, meal plans, brands to purchase, local farm directory, GAPS diet, group support, and much more! Sign up for the newsletter to stay to date on new services we will be offering.

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Disclaimer: Nutritional Therapy is not designed to treat any specific disease of medical condition. I am trained to evaluate your nutritional needs and make recommendations of dietary change, nutritional supplements, and lifestyle changes- not medical diagnoses or prescriptions. I am not a substitute for your physician or other healthcare provider. I am not trained nor licensed to diagnose or treat pathological conditions, illnesses, injuries, or diseases or prescribe medications.