Nutrition is a topic that deserves a great deal of importance.

It must be personalized to each individual.

Healthy eating strategies can prevent and aid health issues.

Weight Loss can be a different struggle for every person. Therefore, when you are trying to find the reason why you may not be losing weight you must look to a qualified practitioner to consider the following reasons…

~Overall diet                ~Exercise Routine          ~Absorption of Nutrients             ~Water Intake

~Alcohol intake            ~Fiber intake                 ~Nutritional Supplements           ~Grocery List

~Amount and types of fat consumed.               ~Attitude towards change          ~Self image         

~Measurements not pounds.                             ~Balancing blood sugar levels

~Possibility of organs not functioning properly, such as thyroid.


Shift work causes a major disruption in digestion. Digestive processes slowdown in the evening and overnight. When this rhythm is interrupted by shift work, what you eat may be out of sync with what your body is able to process. Fats will not be cleared from the blood stream as efficiently and blood sugars will not be regulated appropriately. That is why some foods that you tolerate well during the day may trouble you if you have them late at night.


Nutrition can help enhance athletic performance. An active lifestyle and exercise routine, along with eating well, is the best way to stay healthy.


Vegetarian diets can be very healthy and may even lower the risk of chronic disease. However, eating a balanced diet when you are vegetarian usually requires a little extra attention.


Hypoglycemia & Diabetes require dietary changes to balance blood sugar, and energy levels.

Arthritis, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, GERD, Crohn’s, Colitis, ulcers, heartburn, menopause, PMS, low energy levels, and constipation symptoms can be reduced with proper nutritional therapy.


Detoxification can start with a nutritional program designed by a Certified Nutritionist to decrease processed foods and increase healthy choices.