Since our bodies function based on the nutrients they are given, what you eat plays a huge role in preventing, managing, and reversing illness and disease. At times a simple change to the diet is all it takes to help you feel better, but other times it takes a whole body approach to rebuild and repair damage from years of stress, lack of sleep, poor diet etc. The more I study and experience how food affects health, the more I am amazed at how the body functions and is often able to heal itself when harmful substances are taken away and it is given what it needs.
Here are a few of the many health issues that a change in your diet and lifestyle may be able to manage, improve, or even reverse.
Weight management: weight gain, weight loss, and weight loss resistance
Digestive issues: IBS / IBD, crohn’s, celiac, ulcerative colitis, diverticulosis, gastritis
Food allergies and sensitivities
GERD / Heartburn
Diabetes / Hypoglycemia
Skin issues: eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, acne
Bacteria / Yeast imbalance: SIBO, candida
High Cholesterol / Triglycerides
Arthritis and other inflammatory issues
Autoimmune diseases and immune function
Exercise training and performance
Headaches / Migraines
Anxiety / Depression
From my own experience in seeking to improve my health, I know that making lifestyle changes is no easy task. Changing routines and habits requires hard work and step by step progression that encompasses the whole person. My goal is to help you develop a healthy relationship with food in the midst of achieving your goals. I believe that change does not happen overnight and therefore to best help you I want to invest in your life for more than 1 or 2 visits, but if all you need is 1 or 2 nutrition consults to get started — I’m happy to do that as well!
Inflammation to Gut Healing
*The discomfort from all the inflammation in my body was escalating to a pain that was difficult to tolerate. Through Leslie introducing me to food that I enjoy and eliminating food that isn't easy to digest, my gut is healing and the discomfort and pain is minimal and will keep decreasing as things keep improving! It's exciting to get to a place of feeling good and feeling that way long term.