Nutritional Therapy 

The Nutritional therapy association

The Nutritional Therapy Association's, and thus my belief as a practitioner, is that the multiple health problems plaguing modern society result from weaknesses in the body's physiological foundations brought on by poor nutrition and lifestyle habits. This holistic approach focuses on the importance of properly prepared, nutrient dense, whole foods. A diet that is close to nature and how our bodies evolved can help us achieve optimal health, empowering us to take our health care and the ailing food system back into our own hands. 

what does an Nutritional therapy practitioner do? 

A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) is a specialized practitioner that investigates root sources of illness and disharmony. Along with skills to analyze and evaluate a client's health history, daily habits, and goals, an NTP performs a hands-on clinical assessment, called the Functional Evaluation, and provides holistic council based on a persons unique needs. Bioindividuality is a main tenant in the approach of an NTP, which highlights that there is no one-size-fits-all diet for everyone – each of us is unique with individualized nutritional requirements. 

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The Foundations

Health can come naturally to us when the basics or foundations are in place. Via my training through the Nutritional Therapy Association, my groundwork is made of these foundations : A diet comprised of properly prepared, nutrient dense, whole foods, and the optimization of
Digestion, Blood sugar regulation, essential fatty acids, minerals, and hydration.
We will work to establish this strong foundation and build vibrant health from the base up.   

The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.
— Thomas Edison