Women's Health

Are you tired all the time even after getting a full night’s sleep?  Do you find yourself forgetting where your keys are or where you parked your car?  Or perhaps you’re dealing with cold hands, hair loss, weight gain or difficulty losing weight, mood swings, depression, or anxiety, constipation, or hormonal imbalances?

The Anti-Inflammatory Plan is for anyone who:

  • Is suffering from an autoimmune disease—such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, IBD, rheumatoid arthritis, or lupus. 
  • Is ready to discover which foods nourish their body to feel it’s best AND what foods trigger their symptoms.

If you have been diagnosed with an inflammatory autoimmune disease, learning how to provide your body with steady energy and ample vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids dietary fiber, and protective phytonutrients is an empowering way to take back your health! 

The Anti-Inflammatory Plan is NOT for anyone who:

  • Is more concerned with looking good than feeling good.  

When your inside feels good, this will radiate on the outside as well.  But priority is always on healing you from the inside out! 

Did You Know?

In a study published August 15, 2006, in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, researchers found that diets high in refined starches, sugar, saturated fats, and trans fats and low in fruits, vegetables, and omega-3 fatty acids appeared to turn on the inflammatory response.

This is a 12 week comprehensive approach that includes:

  • An initial consultation
  • Regularly scheduled follow ups
  • Unlimited private messaging for questions and support between sessions
  • Weekly personalized meal plans with recipes as grocery lists *as needed*

What can I expect while working together? 

Autoimmune diseases can intensify with imbalanced lifestyle and diet which can be seen with flares of symptoms. We take a comprehensive approach by addressing your mind, body, and diet - this ensures that you are provided with balanced support to maintain optimal function of your body.

During our sessions together, you will learn how to: 

  1. Improve and restore your gut integrity
  2. Boost beneficial gut bacteria
  3. Identify foods that trigger symptoms
  4. Create a diet rich in nutrient-dense, healthy foods
  5. Reduce inflammation with food as your medicine
  6. Potentially decrease symptoms of your autoimmune condition

Did You Know?

In a June 2006 review published in Postgraduate Medical Journal, Chinese researchers reported that preliminary studies suggest probiotics may be of benefit for colitis and inflammatory bowel disease because they may balance aberrant enteric microflora and reinforce the intestinal defense system.

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