Nutritional Therapy


What does "good nutrition" really mean? This term continues to take on newer meaning with advancements in science and technology. Nutritionists have known for decades the importance of good nutrition for managing diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. But advances in nutrition research have uncovered more about "good nutrition" and the strong interconnection of the mind, body, and spirit.

Nutrition has been linked to anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders in addition to medical conditions and disease.

Why Nutrition Therapy?

A good nutrition assessment and plan:

  • Evaluates current lifestyles and patterns
  • Identifies areas of strength and weakness
  • Customizes your plan to your unique needs
  • Advises on choices for optimal health
  • Offers support and re-evaluation

What Can I Expect?

Good nutrition, specifically designed with the right combination of nutrients, plays an important and significant role in your overall sense of health and living well. Nutrition has been linked to anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders. If you are dedicated to living well, include nutrition as part of your overall wholeness strategy and then you can plan to have:

  • Increased energy
  • Better control and reduction over mood swings
  • Positive outlook
  • Prevention and better management of disease, such as:

    • Hypertension
    • Obesity
    • Heart Disease
  • Success in overcoming food cravings
  • Greater ability to handle stress
  • Lower risk of certain cancers and disease

"Nutrition has been linked to anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders in addition to medical conditions and disease."