What is Holistic Nutrition?

Updated: Dec 31, 2020

As my favorite analogies are food related (clearly, because the nut doesn't fall far from the tree), when I think of Holistic Nutrition, I like to compare it to pie.

Your health is about more than just what you eat; nutrition is just a piece of the pie. Holistic Nutrition is not just about whole food, but what makes you whole.

We will work together as a team to discover how to eat well and make lifestyle changes to reduce risks associated with preventable diseases.

I help all types of clients with a variety of health concerns by supporting them in detoxification, making better nutrition choices and working towards a healthier lifestyle.

I have helped clients with the management and resolution of conditions such as:

  • chronic pain

  • chronic fatigue

  • weight loss

  • cravings

  • mood fluctuations

  • sleep issues

  • help to control of blood sugar

  • re-balancing hormones

  • digestive concerns (and heartburn!)

  • skin issues (psoriasis, eczema)

  • food sensitivities/allergies

  • and of course infertility

  • many other issues.

There is no one size fits all approach. What works for a previous client will not be the same approach that will work for you. There will never be a Canada's Food Guide here. Not everyone should go gluten free. Keto isn't best for all. You don't need to be hungry to lose weight.

By using your body's symptoms, together we work out a plan that is achievable to your health goals. This could include:

  • food preparation skills

  • habits around eating

  • meal planning

  • addressing the emotions and patterns around food and eating

  • evaluating if your current habits are still serving you or hindering your health

  • stress management

  • toxin exposure reduction

  • exercise goals

  • prioritizing sleep

  • self care

  • carefully chosen supplement recommendations

  • and above all, the support your deserve to make sure you achieve your goals

If you're looking for a dictator to tell you what you need to do, you won't find it here. I will be your support and you're guide, and help teach you to be your own health hero. I will help you recognize your progress and hold you accountable.

Are Holistic Nutritionists Covered On Benefits Programs?

It is constantly changing and more benefits companies are recognizing the value of Holistic Nutrition Practitioners.

If you have Manulife, iA Financial Group, GreenShield Canada, ClaimSecure Inc. and Blue Cross Alberta you may be able to get my services covered (check with your employer to make sure they have chosen ‘nutritional counselling’ as a policy option.) Even if you are not with these providers, call your provider to see if there is coverage.

The more times they hear about Holistic Nutrition and the demand, the more likely they will expand the coverage.

How Can I help You

If you don't know where you are at, take my free Quiz to see if you are ready to get pregnant!

If you have specific health concerns or are facing an infertility diagnosis, then my highly individualized VIP coaching will give you the support and accountability that you need to make the necessary changes to improve your health and/or fertility.

You can book a free consult call here to find out how you can be your own health hero just by Giving Peas A Chance.

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