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Complementary Consultation 


I strongly believe that any journey is most effective (and fun!) when shared with others whom we like and trust. For this reason and more, I offer complimentary consultations so you can be certain that we're a good fit. And if this isn't quite what you're looking for, I'm happy to point you in the right direction in how to best reach your health goals. 

What is Nutritional Therapy?


A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (or NTP) is certified by The Nutritional Therapy Association. Our ultimate goal is to help others achieve optimum wellness by restoring balance. Nutritional therapy is not a program, it's a bio-individual process that is used to evaluate and identify specific roadblocks to health, evaluate unique nutritional needs and make dietary recommendations. With frequent one-on-one support and check-ins, this ensures lasting changes. We don’t believe in a “one-size fits all” approach or prescribing diets. Instead, we recognize that every individual has a specific genetic and geographical makeup that determines their nutritional needs. By honoring each person’s bio-individuality, we can determine your unique nutritional needs and create a plan based specifically for you while guiding and motivating you through the process. 


Work With Me 


I genuinely want each of my clients to be successful and achieve not just their health goals, but all their goals. It is proven that the way to success is through a series of appointments and check-ins. As they say, what you do every day matters more than what you do once in a while. For this reason, I ask that new clients start with a three-month/three-appointment package. Individual sessions and monthly packages are available after that. And because I really, really want you to be successful, I not only include unlimited text and email support between appointments to answer even the smallest of questions, I offer discounted fitness plans for clients as well.  

New Client Package

We will meet online or in person for an intensive one on one. 

  • Initial consultation 

    • Discuss goals, priorities and go over what to expect during the program 

    • Review Health History, Lifestyle Questionnaire Symptom Burden Graph & Reports

    • Analysis of Food & Mood Log with customized recommendations 

    • Roadmap of recommendations including food, supplement, and lifestyle support 

  • Two follow-up sessions: 1 hour each

    • Revisit and revise goals and priorities

    • Review progress

    • Provide updated recommendations including food, supplement, and lifestyle recommendation​

  • ​Unlimited text and email support for quick Q&A during appointments. ​

Follow-Up Appointments for Existing Clients 

  • Review goals and priorities

  • Highlight progress 

  • Revisit Food & Mood Log and the Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire 

  • Review Updated Reports 

  • Revise supplements as needed 

  • Refine dietary lifestyle recommendations 

Ongoing Nutrition, Fitness and Lifestyle Support

  • Weekly or bi-weekly phone consultations (up to 90 minutes) 

  • Unlimited email access for quick Q&A throughout the month 

  • ALL the support you need with meals, food shopping, supplements, and lifestyle support 

  • Every 3 months we will do a comprehensive follow-up health assessment, food analysis and provide updated custom recommendations based on your body's changing needs. 


Corporate Wellness

I host a variety of workshops and trainings with topics ranging from behavior change to individualized nutrition. Whether you are looking for a small group seminar or corporate training, the event will be tailored to your needs and one that encourages learning, interaction, and a sense of empowerment regarding choices you can make about your health as individuals and as a group. 



Please note that Nutritional Therapy services are not covered by insurance. Payment is expected at the time of service.

A Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP) is a paraprofessional certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association, Inc. FNTPs are trained to evaluate a client’s nutritional needs, identify nutritional deficiencies, and facilitate optimum function. An FNTP makes recommendations for dietary changes, lifestyle considerations, and nutritional supplementation based on client information and assessments.


A Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is not trained to provide medical diagnosis or treatment of any medical or pathological condition, illness, injury, or disease. No recommendation or comment made by a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner should be construed as being medical advice or diagnosis.


Payments are due at time of service. Payments made before services are rendered are eligible for a full refund. No other refunds will be offered. 

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