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What is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP)

The myriad of health problems that plague modern society result from weaknesses in the body’s physiological foundations as a result of poor nutrition. As an NTP my aim is to try to reverse these unsuspected effects of the modern diet through a wide range of education tools to identify nutritional deficiencies and work with clients to correct them.

  • I believe in traditional foods and learning the science behind why they are so important in our diet. Properly prepared, nutrient-dense foods and delicious whole foods are the basis of optimal health and the focus of my work.
  • Multiple generations of processed foods and commercial farms have taken their toll and are producing generations of chronically ill adults and children. It’s time to take back our health!
  • The body can heal itself with a little help.
  • When a body is deficient in nutrients, it begins to experience dis-function and dis-ease. Allergies, digestive problems, infertility, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes all begin with nutritional deficiencies.
  • NTPs use highly effective tools to determine which nutrients are lacking and work with clients to start healing ‘from the ground up’. Just as you can’t run before you walk, if you’re not assessing you’re guessing: you can’t correct specific symptoms without first addressing the foundations. While I use some common assessment tools (food journals, questionnaires, symptom burden analysis, functional evaluation) the path we take is completely custom to you, based on where you are now and where you want to go.
  • Nutritional therapy is a holistic approach to health and wellbeing that addresses the underlying imbalances in your body rather than just treating the symptoms. It’s also a tool you can use to take care of yourself and your health every time you sit down for a meal.
  • Nutritional therapy is not intended to cure any specific medical condition – the goal is to educate, encourage, and support you as you bring your health to your personal optimal level.

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