My goal is to help you improve your health, eliminating any symptoms you’re struggling with so you can live the full, vibrant life you deserve.

The approach I take

I want to hear your story, as I believe you know your body best. Once we get to know each other, we’ll talk about what I heard from you, what I believe is happening with your body, what I think could help and why I’m suggesting what I am.

In order to see success, it’s important for you to understand not only what I’m recommending, but also why. I’ll do this in the most simplified, practical way possible — no confusing science, no lack of direction. It will also be essential that you’re committed to adjusting your lifestyle habits, are open to working hard and are willing to invest the time, energy and resources it takes to get the results you’re striving for. You ARE worth the commitment and investment in yourself, and I can provide you with the direction you need to get back to the life you deserve. And, if for some reason I can’t provide all the answers, I’ll help you find the right practitioner who can.

Getting to the root cause

Our symptoms — whether it’s weight gain, fatigue, insomnia, bloating, constipation, menstrual irregularities, skin rashes, allergies or something else — are our body’s way of telling us that something is wrong. I never want my clients to assume that just because their symptoms seem common that it means they’re normal. We’ll get down to the root cause of your symptoms so rather than just masking them, we can actually correct and eliminate them.

Using personalized programming

No two people are the same, not to mention what worked for you in your 20s may not work for you in your 40s or 50s. That’s why there’s no standard, cookie-cutter approach to what I do — everything is individual and personalized. We’ll figure out what’s best for your health, your goals and where you’re at in life, then we’ll work together through a phased program that’ll get you the results you’re striving for.

Changing the destiny of your genes

Our genetics certainly play a role in our long-term health, however, in terms of disease risk, it’s actually a very small role. What plays a bigger part are lifestyle factors, such as diet, stress, sleep, exercise and environmental toxins — these can all cause your genes to turn on or off. Your body is designed to repair and regenerate itself if it’s provided the right environment, giving you the option to control your genetic destiny.

Using food as medicine

As Hippocrates so wisely stated, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” When it comes to preventing disease and optimizing your health, your body gets its information from food. There are some standards most everyone should follow, however, everyone is different — a food that may act as medicine in your body may act as poison in someone else’s. We’ll determine which foods are your friends and which are your foes, as well as work to heal your gut so you’re able to absorb the nutrients you need from your food.

Taking a holistic focus

Not only will we work together to address and optimize your nutritional intake, but we’ll also tackle the other lifestyle factors that also impact how you function, including exercise, stress, sleep, and toxin exposure. Based on your needs, your goals and where you’re starting from, we’ll determine which areas you could use help in and how to practically tackle change.

My phased approach

Your immediate goal may just be immediate relief from your symptoms — that’s OK. However, our ultimate goal will be to set you up for a long, healthy life. We’ll do this by taking a three-phase approach.

  • Phase 1: Reset and repair

    This initial phase provides rapid results, reducing any of your immediate symptoms and enhancing your day-to-day function. Typically, this phase lasts about one to three months, with drastic improvements often occurring in the few weeks.

  • Phase 2: Rebalance

    The second phase focuses on rebalancing the pertinent systems in your body, including your hormones and immune, gastrointestinal and detoxification systems. How long this phase lasts depends on the individual, but usually takes between two to six months. However, more time may be needed depending on how many systems we’re addressing.

  • Phase 3: Rejuvenation

    This is the final phase, where you’ll get a sustainable action plan to achieve and maintain a healthy life long-term. This phase is ongoing, unless a new issue arises that we need to address by returning to a previous phase.