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Nutrition consultations incorporate the Mind- Body connection to our food and lifestyle choices to help develop a new way of eating that is sustainable for each individual.

Meet Our Nutritionists

Learn more about our skilled nutrition team, their training and professional experience.

What is Functional Nutrition?

Learn how Functional Nutrition can help you achieve highest expression of health.

What to Expect

Here’s what to expect if you decide to partner with one of our nutritionist.

Our Recipes

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Quick Cauliflower Coconut Stew

This delicious stew is perfect for vegetarians or meat eaters. And it’s full of healthy fats! Comforting and warm, it’s one the whole family can enjoy for dinner. Add in some chicken or tofu for extra protein. If you’re enjoying a…

From Our Blog

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Stress: The untold story

Let’s talk about stress. First let’s talk about it from the point of view of how most of us experience it on a daily basis: The boss yelling at you Being late to an appointment or meeting Kids, spouse (need I say more?) Deadlines Etc… Sound familiar? Let’s now look at what happens within the body when stress is present.   When we have either a real or perceived stressor, our body goes into “fight or flight” mode.  Our adrenals…
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Top 5 Foods for Weight Loss

  5. Leafy greens- OK, so this technically counts as multiple foods, but these veggies are some of your best options. Whether it be spinach, kale, arugula, watercress, beet greens, or any others, you are feeding your body nutrient-rich foods that will make you feel satisfied with fewer calories. 4. Chia seeds- have been used throughout history in ancient civilizations as a source of sustained energy. With 11 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein, 4,915mg omega-3 fatty acids, a…
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How to Survive Holiday Food Anxiety

We are entering the time of year when food takes on all kinds of new and different meanings. It is often a time of excess – too much food, too much fun. It is fraught with emotions, good and bad, and it is filled with traditions. All of this gets reflected in the decisions we make about food. In my experience, more people spend time beating themselves up over what they do and don’t eat during the ‘holiday season’ than…