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"We have seen the future of medicine and the future is FOOD."~ Dr. Mitch Gaynor              

 
What is Nutritional Therapy?Nutritional Therapist at Work

Nutrient sufficiency - attained through a properly prepared, nutrient-dense, whole food diet - provides essential building blocks for the body to balance itself!  Through carefully designed bio-individual dietary, lifestyle and supplement recommendations, along with sensible advice for adequate hydration, rest, and stress management, Nutritional Therapy promotes optimal health - effectively balancing body chemistry and reducing, or even eliminating dysfunction.                                                                                                                           
 

How does Nutritional Therapy work?

The concept behind Nutritional Therapy is not a new one.  Our bodies are amazingly capable of restoring balance, given the right fuel!  * The great nutritional pioneers like Weston A. Price, DDS, Dr. Francis Pottenger, MD, Royal Lee, DDS, and Melvin Page, DDS, provided us with supporting scientific evidence that consuming a properly prepared, nutrient-dense diet along with short-term use of targeted, high quality supplements (used therapeutically), health can be completely restored at the cellular level.  Gathering information from confidential health questionnaires combined with a hands-on Functional Evaluation, a Nutritional Therapist is able to clearly answer three BIG questions for each client:

1)  Are nutrient deficiencies present? 

2)  What particular nutrient(s) will work to restore and balance the client?

3)  When is the client sufficient? 

By using a variety of evaluation methods and techniques including a complete review a client's health and diet history, a 3-Day Food Diary, as well as tapping into an individual's innate intelligence utilizing the hands-on Functional Evaluation, these three BIG questions can be easily and effectively answered.  No other nutritionist or dietician uses this comprehensive, individual approach to nutrition. 

                                                                                            
Does Nutritional Therapy differ from other nutrition/dietitian services?

Most traditional nutritionist today hold little - if any at all -respect for the importance of bio-chemical individuality.  Conversely, a Nutritional Therapist recognizes that there is no "one fits all" diet and focuses on the unique needs of each client to provide a finely tuned nutritional protocol. 

Within each of us lies an innate intelligence.  We all possess different nutrient deficiencies, different toxic burdens, different stress levels, different eating habits, different health histories, and different physiological functions (i.e. organ damage or removal such as a missing gallbladder, appendix, reproductive organs, etc.).  Therefore, each person needs a customized nutrition plan that will yield quick results.

  • A Nutritional Therapist views a client as a complete organism - investigating the underlying root causes of health issues, focusing on "systems" instead of "symptoms".

A dietitian focuses on treating symptoms rather than finding the true causes of most modern health issues.

  • A Nutritional Therapist focuses on replenishment to aid the body's innate intelligence in healing itself.  This is preventative medicine. 

A dietitian fails to recognize the connection between nutrition and  common conditions such as asthma, sinusitis, blood sugar handling,  menstrual issues, muscle cramping, fatigue, etc.

  • A Nutritional Therapist knows there are other important factors for health outside the scope of nutritional therapy such as electromagnetic/energetic interferences, emotional issues and structural defects.

A dietitian does not address any of these external factors.

  • A Nutritional Therapist aims to replenish specific amounts of nutrients to promote balanced health in each and every individual (bio-individuality).  

A dietitian follows the outdated recommended daily amounts of nutrients recommended by the government - a "one-size-fits-all" approach.

The hands-on Functional Evaluation is unique to Nutritional TherapyIt takes nutrition to a whole new level, often referred to as FUNCTIONAL NUTRITION.  This is a gentle, non-invasive hands-on health assessment tool.  Some of the evaluation techniques will be familiar to you, (blood pressure assessment and pupil response test), while other techniques will be new to you.  Regardless, this evaluation will further target and streamline your bio-individual nutritional needs.
                                                                                                    
 Who will benefit from Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy benefits a wide range of individuals from children to adults, to conceiving couples, pregnant women, and the elderly.  Whether you are dealing with a specific condition, a systemic problem, or an overall lack of energy, nutrient-dense/properly prepared nutrition will help get you back to good health. 

Nutritional Therapy will enhance your health, lift your mood, and boost your energy!
Book your Nutritional Therapy Consultation and start rebuilding your health from the ground up!

Call 877-773-9229 or send us your consultation request through our electronic
"Book a Nutritional Therapy Consultation" form.

To learn more about Nutritional Therapy or to start a new career as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, visit
www.nutritionaltherapy.com.