Travel & Food Restrictions
SPD & Autism Diets
Immune System Support
Body Memories & Trauma
High Blood Pressure
Concussion & PCS
Holistic Nutrition does not replace the advice of your doctor. Instead, it can complement your existing medications and diagnoses. If you have been diagnosed with a condition that requires you to modify your diet, I can help you. In my experience, doctors are so overbooked that they don’t have the time to walk you through your diagnosis. Instead, they refer you to a dietician or other support person. Depending on availability, this can take months. If the diagnosis involves your child, you have probably exhausted Google’s search engines and are completely overwhelmed.
I have used many natural supplements myself, given them to my children, and they have worked. If you are searching for a natural, holistic way to address side effects or a diagnosis, I’d love to help you. If I don’t know about the disease, I’d either refer you to someone else or work with you to figure it out. Researching is one of my favorite things to do, and I love a challenge.
I believe that food is medicine and that we can heal ourselves once we start paying attention to the signals our bodies are sending. For example, if you don’t realize that your stomach hurts every time you eat dairy, you won’t make the connection to remove it from your diet. One of the first steps you can take towards better health is to slow down and listen. It’s really easy for me to just say “slow down,” but it can be incredibly challenging to implement. The world is fast paced and we have too much information at our fingertips to sort through, which can be overwhelming. While you might want someone to just give you an answer or solve your problem for you, I’ve found that it doesn’t really work that way. Sometimes taking a step back is what propels you forward. Finding balance in your life is hard work and orchestrates itself as a kind of dance. If you’ve reached your breaking point and are willing to change, I’m here and ready to help you through it.