Nutritional Therapy Consultation


Nutritional Therapy involves the application of nutrition science with the goal of restoring, maintaining and enhancing the mental, physical and emotional health of the individual.


During our 90-minute consultation, we will address all your questions regarding nutrition, supplements and lifestyle. After the consultation, you will have our full, lifetime support answering any emails or questions you may have. You will also have access to our personal mobile number, so we will constantly be one message away, if necessary. The audio or video of our consultation  may also be recorded and sent to you for your playback reference. 

What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy is a health-oriented, patient-centered, preventative, cost-effective modality of health. It applies the latest research in nutrition and health sciences to individuals seeking to prevent, manage or reverse chronic illness. By considering each individual’s biochemical individuality, and addressing the root cause of disease (rather than the symptoms), it offers innovative solutions to problems where modern, conventional medicine can not. As natural health practitioners, our goal is to prevent diseases from occurring in the first place, and when they do, we strive to reverse them completely as fast as possible by identifying and treating the underlying causes.

Why is it Important?

The foods we eat have a profound effect on how we feel and the way our body functions. By identifying and avoiding the chemistry not suitable for our own, individual physiology, and by providing our body with the proper nutrients and nutrient combinations, we can attain a state of enhanced vitality and wellness, or even reverse serious, chronic, degenerative diseases. Nutritional Therapy is the most important weapon in our arsenal against modern, chronic, inflammatory diseases, such as autoimmune disease, obesity, metabolic syndrome, IBS, skin conditions, hormonal imbalances, and mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.