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What is holistic nutrition?

Holistic nutrition recognizes that each person's experience with health is unique. Rather than following a "one size fits all" method, those following holistic practices will take a whole-body approach to healing and living.

A holistic nutritionist will consider their client's health history, biological differences, emotional state, sleep patterns, lifestyle and nutritional habits, current imbalances, environmental factors, health concerns, and health goals to uncover the root cause of symptoms. A holistic nutritionist recognizes that the body works as a whole and will provide balance and harmony for the individual.

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Conventional medicine is used by doctors and other healthcare practitioners such as nurses and pharmacists to treat symptoms, diseases, and illnesses using medications, surgeries, and radiation. It is important to note that medical practitioners only treat symptoms rather than the root cause. 

The issue with only treating symptoms? That's comparable to taking the batteries out of the smoke alarm instead of putting out the fire. You may not hear the smoke alarm going off anymore but, the fire remains. When only addressing symptoms, your body will continuously find new ways to tell you something is wrong - you may develop new symptoms such as headaches and rashes or, in extreme cases, autoimmune diseases and illnesses such as cancer may appear. Think of symptoms as your body's way of screaming at you. 

Functional medicine focuses on a whole-body approach. Rather than sending you off to a chiropractor for your joint pains, a gastroenterologist for your digestive issues, and a psychiatrist for your depression and be prescribed different medications for each of these health concerns, a naturopath doctor or nutritional health practitioner will do an extensive "background check" on your health to find the correlation / root cause between all symptoms. By treating the root cause, symptoms will naturally also disappear. 

Conventional vs functional medicine

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The goal is to
prevent
 illness 

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Let's talk reactive healthcare vs preventative healthcare. 

Reactive healthcare focuses on treating current symptoms. For example, if you are experiencing back pain, you may seek the help of a chiropractor. Preventative healthcare, on the other hand, is taking action when you are not experiencing symptoms. For example, you would stretch your back daily to prevent potential back pains and a trip to the chiropractor. 

Preventative healthcare means to take care of your body, mind, and soul to avoid illness and disease. 

Do you struggle with...

Abnormal gut health symptoms

  • Bloating / gas

  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

  • Heartburn 

  • Constipation or diarrhea 

  • Food sensitivities 

Unexplained mental weakness

  • Anxiety, depression

  • Brain fog 

  • Poor memory

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Insomnia 

Unwanted skin conditions

  • Adult acne

  • Eczema

  • Psoriasis

  • Rosacea

Pathogenic infections

  • Candidiasis

  • Small intestinal bacteria overgrowth (SIBO)

  • Parasites

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