The nutritional therapy deal isn't just big, it's HUGE! Shunning Big Pharma in favor of strategic nutrition that increases health and vitality not only minimizes current ailments but also prevents future illnesses as well! The overall positive effect of a healthy diet boosts our bodily chemistry in ways pharmaceuticals cannot. But, what if changing your diet seems like a mountain you simply cannot climb alone? It may be time to consult with a licensed Nutritional Therapist. Read what Seattle's premier licensed Nutrition Therapist, Janice Strand, has to say on the subject:
Two of the most treated conditions by nutritional therapy are Diabetes and High Cholesterol. Both diseases have life-changing side effects and symptoms able to be managed with proper diet and exercise. Nutritional Therapy practitioners like Janice Strand do not stop at consultations, they customize meal plans, exercise regiments, and follow-up over time with a patient's progress. When all aspects of nutritional therapy work in tandem, amazingly healthy results naturally occur. If you are stuck in the rut of constant lethargy and fill far too many prescriptions each month, it may be time to consider an alternative, holistic approach to your well being.
My journey to nutritional therapy began over 30 years ago when I received my Bachelor of Science in Nutrition. Since then, an on-going passion for the healing aspects of foods, along with family issues and conditions—particularly my son who has suffered from numerous digestive conditions including Celiac, Candida and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)—have inspired my appetite for healing through nutrition. For years, I have been seeking out the keys to digestive well-being as it pertains to common medical conditions that lack proper treatment through traditional Western medicine. This has led me to certifications for Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS™) Practitioner, and Muscle-Response Testing.
My practice focuses on each individual with a holistic perspective, taking into account overall health history and biological individuality.