“Food first” nutrition is for everyone!

Improving your diet and nutrition is always a good idea. I provide personal nutrition guidance to individuals in all stages of health — from those suffering from chronic illness to recreational runners training for a marathon.

Whatever your motivation, let’s set goals, develop a plan and optimize your health!


Nutrition for Specific Conditions

When to consider nutritional intervention

There are some conditions where changes in what you ingest can be especially effective in improving how you feel. Of course, how dramatic the improvement is varies from one condition to another and, for those suffering from a serious condition, a nutrition plan should always be part of a broader plan that includes consultation with your doctor.

The following is a partial list of conditions where nutrition can play a vital role in reducing symptoms and improving health. If you are diagnosed or experiencing symptoms associated with the following conditions, or have other health concerns not listed here, I encourage you to talk to me to see how we can use the power food and nutrition to improve your well-being.

  • Adrenal Fatigue
  • Autistic Spectrum
  • Candida
  • Celiac Disease
  • Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome
  • Diverticulosis
  • Dysbiosis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • GI/Digestive disorders
  • Gluten and other Food Sensitivities,
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Increased Intestinal Permeability (“leaky gut”)
  • Immune and Autoimmune disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Reflux
  • Rosacea and eczema
  • Weight Loss and Obesity


Nutrition for Health Conscious Individuals

Plan ahead for health

Many of my clients are already in good health but know that they could be in great health. And, they know nutrition isn’t just about reversing the negative of effects of a condition, it’s about a lifetime of prevention. I can help you evaluate your current diet, nutrition and lifestyle and gain the know-how to make the best decisions for your long-term well-being. 

If you aspire to be one of those vibrant, active senior citizens, you should add nutrition to your retirement plan, today!

Redefine “normal”

Overtime, we become normalized to the way we feel. We get used to feeling a little sluggish or having minor discomfort in the joints and gut. My healthy clients routinely report surprise at how dramatically better they feel. They didn’t realize they didn’t often feel great because they become accustomed to it. I can help you reset your health and define a new normal for your health.


Nutrition for Athletes

Food is your fuel

Whether you’re involved in competitive sports or enjoy active sports as recreation, the right nutrition will enhance your ability. Nutritional supplements can be of use, but our bodies benefit far more from real foods. You train hard to make sure your skills are as sharp as possible. It only makes sense to give your body the nutrition it needs to execute those skills as precisely as possible.

Recover with nutrition

Pushing our limits in any activity can take a toll. Our bodies are amazing at recovery and the right nutrients help empower them to recover more quickly and fully. Once again, the right food will most often be more effective than a fistful of pills or supplements.

Excel at what you love

You love to climb, ride, run … compete! I love helping you find the nutritional tools to have a competitive edge, whether you’re competing against an opponent or simply driving yourself to your personal best. Contact me to learn how what you eat affects how you compete.


“After years of intestinal and other immune system problems I have finally found some help. I can actually leave the house for work before 11 a.m. and have lost a lot of the intestinal pain I was having. After 8 days of eating to cleanse my body and system, I am feeling better. As a bonus, I have a lot more energy and I am much happier now.”

Erik, Ann Arbor, MI

Find your personalized path to better health!

Contact me if you have questions about functional nutrition or are ready to schedule an initial consultation.


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