Nutritionist and Dietitian

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

There is often confusion about the difference between the two. Registered Dietitians follow government-regulated nutritional guidelines which are mainly concerned with macronutrient proportions (proteins, fats, and carbohydrates), caloric intake, and the like. Most of a Dietitian’s nutritional education Continue Reading »

What is Holistic Nutrition exactly?

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Holistic Nutrition is a philosophy of health care that emphasizes taking personal responsibility for one’s health and building a cooperative relationship between client and practitioner. It emphasizes evaluating the whole individual, including all the factors that influence their state of health (emotional, physical, nutritional, environmental, genetic, and spiritual).

By finding the root cause of imbalance in the body, client and practitioner are able to work together to correct those imbalances to promote health and well-being to its fullest. If we understand what caused it, we can begin to heal it.

Why should you come here?

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

I practice Live Blood Microscopy  and Digital analysis based on a symptomatic  knowledge database which provides me with very useful information to assess health conditions, while holistic nutrition is the vehicle for healing, building, strengthening, and repairing the body. I use the two together to form a strong foundation for health. I’m very thorough in my consultations and health programs for clients and I do the very best I can to give my clients what they need. Continue Reading »