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What does a healthy lifestyle look like to you?

Everybody's perception of health may be different. For some it is about foods, like following a specific diet, avoiding foods that are inflammatory, avoiding trigger foods, focusing on foods high in fiber, or something else. For some it is about going to the gym regularly, doing yoga or tai chi, or another form of activity that helps keep them not just moving, but fit. For some, especially those that are chronically ill, it is likely about learning how to live avoiding triggers and flares.

No matter what a healthy lifestyle means to you, we can all agree on one thing. Living a lifestyle full of healthy choices helps us feel our best. So keep up the good work!

Why Choose The Nutritional Advisor?

When consulting with a nutrition professional it is important to learn what they specialize in, how they will help you reach your goals, and if they provide resources.

My area of expertise is chronic illness, with an emphasis on healing the gut.

  • Acid Reflux

  • Anemia

  • Celiac Disease

  • Diverticulitis

  • Food Allergies

  • Food Intolerances

  • Gastritis

  • Gastroparesis

  • Iron Deficiency

  • Lyme Disease & Co-Infections

  • Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

  • Sleep Deprivation

  • Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

  • Vagus Nerve Healing

  • Vitamin Deficiencies
    and more!

What Sets Me Apart?

  • Detailed resources​

    • All of my consultations include valuable and detailed protocols and resources. You will not have to search for these on your own.​

  • Ongoing research and education​

    • Research and continuing education help me stay on top of the most current research and protocols. 

  • Personalized recommendations

    • I truly believe there is not a one-size fits all approach to health. All recommendations are personalized for each client.​ 

  • Compassion and empathy

    • ​I can recognize, understand, and share the thoughts and feelings of my clients, due to my own experiences.​

  • Scientific aspect

    • Knowledge of biological processes related to nutrition helps me better evaluate and support clients in their diet and health goals.

  • Additional certifications

    • I am an accredited nutritionist, additionally certified in:

      • Diet and nutrition​

      • Gut-brain health

      • Gluten free living

      • IBS management

      • Low FODMAP lifestyle

      • Functional nutrition

      • Biocidin clinical training for tick-borne diseases

Let's Talk Nutrition

What are some of the possible benefits of eating healthy?


  • improved gut health

  • heart health

  • better mood

  • improved memory

  • improved sleep

  • reduced risk of cancer

  • reduced inflammation

  • better skin

  • healthier teeth

  • and more!

Celiac Disease

What is celiac disease?

To learn more about celiac disease, read my blog post HERE!

How do you treat celiac disease?

The only current treatment for celiac disease is a lifelong, strict gluten free diet. For some, avoiding gluten is not always enough.

How do you successfully live a gluten free lifestyle?

Work with a certified gluten free living advisor. They will help guide you on preparing your kitchen for a gluten free lifesyle, safe foods, how to read food labels, hidden sources of gluten, as well as answer important questions like: do I need gluten free shampoo?

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