3 Reasons Why Nutritional Therapy Works... for Everyone
1. Because we focus on YOU: Every body is unique, and every body’s life has different demands. Nutritional Therapists are trained to see thatthere is no one perfect diet for everyone- we each have highly individualized needs.
It takes time to find the right foods to restore balance and enhance each person’s ability to heal. That's why we are here.
Nutritional Therapists are also trained in the Functional Evaluation* and Lingual Neural Testing* techniques; these practices allow us to communicate with your body and uncover specific nutritional deficiencies.
2. Because we take time. Pills can offer quick (and sometimes necessary) fixes, but they are a bandage on a festering wound below. It takes time to get to the root of a chronic health issue, but this is exactly what Nutritional Therapists love to do! We want to hear your story so we can help your body heal fully. By systematically addressing the foundations, we get to the root of your health concerns. Seemingly unrelated problems will resolve themselves and you will feel more healthy, whole, and understanding of your body than ever before. Everything is connected.
3. Because we value the power of food. There’s no way around it- food is powerful. What we put into our bodies not only affects our health but the health of generations to come. Nutritional Therapists understand that you are not just what you eat, but how you eat, why you eat, when you eat, and how you digest what you eat. A food might be good for you, but if you aren’t digesting it, then its a waste of money and potentially causing you harm. Nutritional Therapists are skilled at finding the right foods for you, and we are committed to educating on how to properly prepare those foods for optimum health benefits. Let's get started!
"your body is a temple. Not a 7-11." Jennifer love hewitt
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. As such, this information is not intended to diagnose, treat, or otherwise prescribe for disease, conditions or illness, or perform an act that would constitute the practice of medicine for which a license is required. In the State of Georgia only medical professionals and licensed dietitians are permitted to give nutritional advice, our purpose is for education only.