How do I know when I need to see a Registered Holistic Nutritionist.....
If you are experiencing one or more of the following symptoms, I can help you!
- fatigue, low energy - weight problems
- anxiety, depression - brittle finger nails, dry hair
- digestive problems - irritable, mood swings
- crave sugars, breads, alcohol - insomnia
- indigestion or heartburn - gas and bloating after meals
- stress - skin/complexion problems
OR You may want to: educate yourself on what and how to eat; food products and food myths
learn how to use food to manage or prevent specific health problems or diseases
(i.e. diabetes, coronary artery disease, obesity, cancer) detox are healthy and want to stay that way!
I welcome clients of all backgrounds and dietary preferences.All ways of eating can be nutritious with the right know how.Together, we will customize a wellness plan that will meet your nutritional goals, needs and lifestyle.
How to get started....
The process to develop an individual wellness plan takes a minimum of two sessions.
The first session is to gather information regarding your present health concerns, which are directly related to diet and lifestyle factors. It allows me to get a deeper understanding of your goals and how I can best help you.
On the second visit we will discuss your main health goal(s) and review your lifestyle assessment form and the NSP form (nutri-system profile – tool to aid in determining your nutritional imbalances and used for disease prevention). We will go over a nutritional program tailored to you, discuss meal ideas, grocery lists, exercise schedules, and any supplement recommendations (if required). I will provide menu ideas, recipes or articles/documentaries, encouragement and tips appropriate for you.
I also do consulations via e-mail/phone for people out of the Vancouver area.
If you are interested in a nutritional consultation please contact me at email@example.com or 604-781-4785.
I am not a doctor and the services provided are at all times restricted to consultation on the subject of health matters intended for general well-being and are not meant for the purposes of medical diagnosis, treatment or prescribing of medicine for any disease, or any licensed or controlled act which may constitute the practice of medicine.
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