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WHAT IS INTEGRATIVE NUTRITION THERAPY
Integrative nutrition is an approach to nutrition and wellness that emphasizes the interconnectedness of various aspects of a person’s life, including their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. It takes into account the individual’s unique needs and considers the impact of factors such as diet, lifestyle, relationships, environment, and genetics on overall health.
Integrative nutrition practitioners aim to address the root causes of health issues rather than simply treating symptoms. They often combine knowledge from multiple disciplines, such as nutrition, psychology, biochemistry, and traditional healing practices, to develop a holistic understanding of health and wellness.
Integrative nutrition places a strong emphasis on whole foods, emphasizing the consumption of nutrient-dense, minimally processed foods. It recognizes that each person has unique nutritional requirements and encourages personalized approaches to diet and lifestyle choices.
In addition to dietary recommendations, integrative nutrition may also incorporate other wellness practices, such as stress management techniques, exercise, sleep optimization, and mindfulness. The goal is to create a balanced and sustainable approach to health that supports overall well-being.
My practice places a specific focus on improving gut health. By identifying trigger foods, promoting gut-healing protocols, and supporting the balance of gut bacteria through dietary modifications, my therapy aims to enhance digestive function and overall gut health.
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Integrative Nutrition Therapy
The gut is home to trillions of bacteria, collectively known as the gut microbiota, which play a crucial role in digestion, nutrient absorption, and immune function.
The gut has its own nervous system called the enteric nervous system, often referred to as the “second brain,” which can operate independently of the central nervous system.
The gut produces and houses around 90% of the body’s serotonin, a neurotransmitter that plays a key role in mood regulation.
Who needs Integrative Nutrition Therapy? Is it for you?
1.Individuals with Chronic Health Conditions
2.Individuals Seeking Optimal Health and Wellness
3.Individuals with Digestive Issues such as: Constipation, IBS, Celiac disease, food intolerances and more.
4.Individuals with Weight Management Goals
5.Individuals with Mental Health Concerns ( Depression, Anxiety)
6.Individuals with Fatigue or Low Energy Levels
Helps protect against harmful pathogens and reduces the risk of chronic diseases, including obesity, diabetes, and inflammatory conditions.
Represents the bidirectional communication between the gut and the brain, highlighting the intricate connection between gut health and mental well-being.
Influence food cravings and appetite, potentially impacting body weight and overall dietary choices.
Balancing hormones and helps strengthen the Immune System.
Other recommended healing
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A session of nutritional Integrative Therapy typically involves an initial consultation where the therapist gathers information about your medical history, lifestyle, dietary habits, and health goals. I will also use a “Heath History” form to gather more information.
Based on this information, the therapist will develop personalized recommendations tailored to your specific goals and concerns. These recommendations may include dietary changes, meal plans, supplementation suggestions, lifestyle modifications, and stress management techniques.
During follow-up sessions, the therapist will assess your progress, provide ongoing support and guidance, and make any necessary adjustments to your plan. The therapist will also offer education on nutrition, provide resources, and address any questions or concerns you may have.
The number and frequency of sessions can vary depending on individual needs and goals. Some individuals may benefit from regular sessions over a period of time, while others may require fewer sessions for specific guidance.
You should try Integrative Nutrition Therapy sessions because they offer personalized guidance tailored to your unique needs, combining various disciplines to address the root causes of health issues. This approach promotes long-term changes, optimal nutrition, improved digestion, increased energy, enhanced mental well-being, and overall better health outcomes.
We are holistic beings where the mind influences the body, and vice versa, creating an interconnected relationship. Thus, we cannot look into nutrition alone not taking into account the client’s mental health and lifestyle.
Usually one hour , but the number and frequency of sessions can vary depending on your needs and goals.
Our therapist is a Psychologist, she is also certified by the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in NY- USA, (IIN). She is passionate about Nutrition and Health with a focus on Gut Health and mindset shifting.