My Epic Healing Journey & Photobiomodulation Therapy

I’ve been on a pretty epic healing journey lately … and it involves some outside of the box therapies (surprise, surprise) but, when traditional routes leave you hanging, with a pill, and additional symptoms, what freaking gives?! There’s more to your health than you may realize, and your body is a bio-individual machine, so, let’s stop settling for a one-size-fits all mentality and challenge the norm. Here’s what my healing story has involved thus far:

  • Photobiomodulation (Low Level Laser Therapy)

  • Primitive Reflex Analysis & Correction

  • Chiropractic Work

  • Neuronsensory Integration and Brain Re-Training

  • Bio-individual Supplementation Recommendations

The last four years of my health journey have been coupled with severe insomnia, crippling anxiety, panicked breathing episodes, practically water logging myself to get my breathing under control, severe inflammation, gut issues and an overall feeling of imbalance physically and emotionally.

I came to the end of my rope a few months back frustrated with my lack of progress because this is what I help people with. Let this be a lesson that we all have our struggles, and it’s appropriate to reach for help when you can no longer provide your own answers. It’s also wise to have a third party outsider who can look on you with fresh eyes, chances are you’re missing a glaring sign(s).

A beautiful human highly recommended I see Dr. Brandon Crawford out of Cedar Park, TX. We are part of a health and medical freedom group, and I trusted her, so I scheduled my first appointment. My life hasn’t been the same since.

If you aren’t a close friend or acquaintance I’m roughly 6 months postpartum with my second baby. Anatomically and structurally this has been a more difficult recovery, as I imagine most second recoveries are. You’re re-stretching abdominal muscles that are happy to stay expanded, or so it seems.

With my first baby things felt chaotic, life felt unfamiliar altogether. The world was moving at a pace I couldn’t recognize anymore. Everyday tasks were like training for Everest. This is not a comforting feeling and one I wouldn’t wish on anyone, especially with a newborn baby in tow. If you’re a mom, you know that it feels like you’re attempting to breathe under water, your brain is foggy and life seems to move at an unfamiliar pace postpartum. I didn’t rise from the trenches of postpartum difficulty quickly with my first. But this time, under the care of Dr. Crawford, I’ve seen glimpses of my old self, something I’ve longed to grasp and revisit but never felt I was capable to grab hold of. To say this 6 months postpartum is quite remarkable. Every mom needs this. I feel peaceful. Remarkably content and whole.

I’m currently seeing Dr. Crawford for integrative functional neurology and potential autoimmune issues. He uses low level laser therapy and photobiomodulation to retrain networks in the brain. While working on networks in the brain that may be underfiring, miscommunicating or not communicating at all different pathways and synapses can be retrained to perform optimally using these lasers for multiple issues, more than just what I’m struggling with. These pathways and networks, if left unchecked can lead to imbalances that we see, think and feel in disease states or emotional states like anxiety, depression, OCD, ADD, ADHD, Parkinson’s, neuropathy, migraines, sleep issues, sensory issues, PANS/PANDAS, etc. Meds cannot do this, low level laser therapy is truly the answer. It makes the brain work and heal, while you can use slower healing modalities such as repairing the gut, supplementation, etc.

Emotionally, I can reach for peace and calm, they’re within arms reach, I used to have to fight to just see a glimpse of feeling “normal.” I can go into sleep with just a little bit of help, before this was my literal Kilimanjaro.

Here is Dr. Crawford’s take:

After evaluating Kelsey it appears that she currently is suffering from dysautonomia.  This is a condition where the autonomic nervous system is not in proper balance and causes a myriad of symptoms.  We are currently running tests for suspected autoimmunities, potential thyroid issues and anemias.  

In our office we are using methods that have been proven effective to correct these imbalances in the central nervous system.  We are performing multi-modal sensory integration that utilizes the following modalities: whole body vibration, localized percussion, infrared and red photobiomodulation, laser acupuncture, vestibular rehab, therapeutic exercises, eye movement therapy, color therapy (syntonic optometry), acoustic frequencies, music therapy, and cognitive tasking.  I also perform chiropractic adjustments to improve the frequency of firing of primary afferents into the central nervous system.  

I recently told Dr. Crawford, when no one listened, I still chose to believe that what I felt internally was my body telling me exactly what I needed. My brain was/isn’t properly working.

Fight for your health and follow your voice until you can find a practitioner who will come alongside you, confirm your thoughts and feelings and most importantly, join you in fighting for your health and wholeness.

Here’s to feeling whole & fighting for answers.

In health,



The information on this website is for informational purposes only and not to be considered as medical advice. This information is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any medical condition. Statements should not be taken as a substitute for medical advice from a licensed physician. It is recommended to consult with your physician before implementing any dietary or lifestyle changes. In using this website you accept the terms and conditions of this disclaimer.


Merry...Cedar Season? How to Attack Back Naturally

What are our allergies really telling us? They’re hinting at more than your inability to keep on your overpriced concealer and nasal vaseline.

Allergies are actually an EXTERNAL SYMPTOM attempting to communicate your body’s problems from within. So, what are the real culprits? Stress levels, inflammation, and gut health (so much thanks to the Christmas season and the IRS for the stress part.) 

On today’s edition of if you want to run away from Texas where no exploding cedar trees and 60MPH wind gusts exist, I’ll be sharing my  best advice on how to treat allergies (specifically, cedar allergies) from the inside-out—by addressing the internal terrain/environment.

I tell many of my clients, the external environment is triggering their internal response. This is a true measure and test of the terrain within the body. So, let’s not rush off to the allergist just yet…

Ah, that first scent of…CEDAR POLLEN: the waft of yellow dust and volatile Texas temperatures (we don’t have a winter, we have cooler days). Most of us feel rejuvenated with a break from the extreme heat, and the ability to play outside without melting into a sweaty puddle. But for most Texas residents, Cedar season is truly its own season; a season of PURE MISERY. I’m pretty sure the stock of Puffs increases ten-fold in Texas alone.

Often accompanied with itchy, watering eyes and a stuffy nose, this makes most of us dread the day after Christmas.

Unforutnately, Cedar season is upon us already, the earliest cedar season yet. Seasonal allergies can really throw a wrench into our Christmas spirit.

So the question becomes, why is it that some of us seem to have to shut ourselves inside, seal our windows and hide under blankets, while others can practically throw pollen around like confetti and dance with a cedar tree, completely unaffected?

The truth about allergies and inflammation levels:

The symptoms of allergies like red itchy, runny eyes and the swelling and irritation of our airways all come from the wild wild west of inflammation-ville, caused by chemicals that we release from our very own cells. This is the body’s misguided attempt to protect ourselves. Therefore, anything that makes us more inflamed—whether it's food, chemicals, or even stress—can worsen our allergies.

So ask yourself, what’s amping your natural stress response? The body interprets stress in a variety of ways. I often hear from my clients “I’m not stressed.” While you may not be consciously stressed, your body can find your dairy-chalked latte stressful, or your commute, or your exercise routine. Over time, these stressors build up and your body will have a triggering event that tests its wherewithall. So, whether it be: emotional stress, eating too much sugar (hi delicious christmas cookies, fudge and candy canes) or processed foods, dairy, gluten, a bad breakup? Skimping on sleep, these all add up to quite the tax on the body. And wouldn’t you guess, cedar season comes at peak stress times like Christmas and New Years. When our stress levels run high, our brain starts telling our body to secrete hormones like cortisol and chemicals like histamine and other neurotransmitters. Several studies have shown that this can make us more inflamed, create more congestion in our nasal passages, and even worsen asthma.

Now I bring you good news of tidings and cheer (if you aren’t digging your grave next to a exploding cedar tree yet.)  There are natural and safe methods to redirect our immune system, calming the inflammatory response and lessening our allergy symptoms. But you gotta put in the WERK, ya feel me?

Cut the Crappy Food:

Cut out processed sugar, dairy and gluten. You will be AH-mazed. Lessen the diet’s inflammatory load on the body and you will lessen your body’s interpretation of stress.

Can I get a C? C is for Antioxidants:

Eating diets rich in natural sources of vitamin C and vitamin E can reduce immune imbalances and help with allergic response. Vitamin D is also one of the most common vitamin deficiencies in the world, which is significant because it's an important immune modulator, and supplementation can potentially play an important role in reducing allergic asthma.

Eat Bacteria:

Adding in probiotic foods such as fermented sauerkraut, kimchee, and kefir will maximize your gut immunity. In addition, taking a good-quality probiotic with at least 30 billion colonies and multiple strains of lactobacillus species can improve immunity and reduce allergies. In order to feed the good bacteria and keep them happy, add prebiotic fibers like chicory, inulin, and raw Jerusalem artichoke to your daily routine. (thanks mind body green)

Make Your Diet Anti-Inflammatory:

Many of ingest a diet high in Omega 6 fatty acids, which throws off the Omega balance. Optimizing Omega balance is key and can really help with an allergic response. Omega-3 fatty acids from fish such as salmon and sardines can play a strong anti-inflammatory role in both asthma and allergies. Also consider taking an omega-3 supplement daily to decrease your allergies.

Here are my favorite supplements, routines and suggestions:

Plants rock my socks off, which is why most everything on this list will contain some sort of herb, tree or shrub. Embrace it.

-PEA Soothe Capsules (neurobiologix brand) in the AM with CBD oil in the PM, this routine is a must. (some people see upwards of a 90% reduction in allergic responses using this routine, but you MUST BE CONSISTENT and it will take some time, like all good things ;))

Link for PEA Soothe: (Use codes: WHOLLYWELL and WHOLLYWELL5 for free shipping and 5% off your order.)

Link for Hemp Oil:

-Bromelain with Quercetin (NOW brand, available at HEB)

Link for Bromelain:

-Histoplex AB by Biotics 

Link for Histoplex AB:

-Easy Breather by Herbalogic (available at HEB in capsules or tincture liquid, liquid is cheaper) 

Link for Easy Breather:

Easy Breather is an herbal remedy made especially to fight cedar fever. The formula, adapted from traditional Chinese herbal remedies by two acupuncturists from Austin, is jam packed with herbs used for centuries to support the body's immune response to seasonal changes in the environment. When added to your dietary routine before and during cedar season, Easy Breather can greatly reduce the likelihood you will experience the effects of tree pollen.

-Allertonic capsules (Amazon or Sprouts)

Link for Allertonic:

-Homeopathic Histaminum or Apis 30c

Link for Histaminum:

Link for Apis:

-Stinging nettle tea with raw honey

Link for stinging nettle:

-Young Living is my complete and total jam, and to rejuvenate the respiratory system and decrease stress on the lungs I highly recommend the following oils: SniffleEase (I’m obsessed) RC, Raven, Lemon, Lavender, Peppermint, Dorado Azul, OrthoSport or Breathe Again Roll On. They also make easy peasy shower cubes now. Rub oils on chest and feet with a carrier oil, put socks on. Also run your diffuser like mad.

If you’re not a Young Living member (seriously why haven’t you done this yet) Email me directly at and I will get you the hook up. 

-Become a true hippie and purchase a dry brush and take a hot epsom salt bath (you have my permission to meditate whilst doing this.)

Link for dry brush: or purchase at Whole Foods, Sprouts, etc.

-Infrared sauna weekly (Go see my good friends at CryoFit in Leon springs)

Location here: 

Cut out dairy, gluten and sugar. Focus on nutrient dense, healing foods and good broths, you’re welcome.

May the river of uncontrollable and perpetual tears from cedar pollen cease this Christmas season.


Kelsey Jack, NTP and Nutrigenomic Specialist

I would love to hear what your immune boosting regimen is! Connect with me on Instagram!


The information on this website is for informational purposes only and not to be considered as medical advice. This information is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any medical condition. Statements should not be taken as a substitute for medical advice from a licensed physician. It is recommended to consult with your physician before implementing any dietary or lifestyle changes. In using this website you accept the terms and conditions of this disclaimer.


Introducing Genetic and Nutrigenomics Testing to My Practice

The scientific study of individualized genetics and nutrition is known as nutritional genomics or nutrigenomics. Nutrigenomic testing accurately identifies each client's genetic protein variations to identify sites of metabolic weakness. These key proteins are involved in enzyme conversion, nutritional delivery, and signaling pathways in the cell. Our genetic panels evaluate 114 of the most common researched and validated single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that can affect a client's ability to regain and maintain their metabolic functionality. 

Abnormalities in specific polymorphisms can negatively affect many physiological and metabolic processes. Overcoming these metabolic weaknesses with the right nutrients allows each client to maximize their genetic variations (SNPs) and maintain optimal health.

I am now certified to run and interpret genes for:

*Methylation/foundational health 
*Immune/autoimmune/inflammatory conditions 
*Women’s health 
*Chronic Pain

(Nervous system support, neurological issues, genetic variances, mood/sleep support and immune support.)

This will also cover the 5 primary principles of healing and health:

1. Inflammation control
2. Autophagy consideration
3. Methylation
4. Detox
5. Symptom assistance

Immune Boosting Tips for Back-to-School & Everyday Life

It's that time of year again, BACK TO SCHOOL. Unfortunately, this time of year is met with hesitation, exhaustion and usually sickness follows for the entire family. 

Did you know that scientists are now saying up to 70% of our immune system is located in the gut?

 All the excitement of back-to-school can usually cause an array of emotions, and one of those is stress for both parents and kids alike. Stress deteriorates the immune system and the body's natural defenses. The constant changes in schedule, being exposed to more people= more germs, and the change in season can tax the immune system further.

This is a great time to focus on boosting both you and your family's immune system, especially by focusing on a nutrient dense, whole foods diet.

Tweak the Diet First:

  • Eliminate most sugar, and all fruit juice (homemade veggie juice with some fruit is okay a few times per week) and all soda, swap soda for a 4g of sugar or less kombucha, I love the live brand, find it HERE.

  • Eliminate dairy, especially conventional dairy (milk, cheese, yogurt) conventional dairy tends to make kids more prone to sinus issues, think congestion and ear issues.

  • Increase green veggies like: kale, broccoli, cauliflower, collard greens, and fresh berries I love organic blueberries. A good rule of thumb is to make sure your child is getting a minimum of 2 servings of veggies or fresh fruit at each meal.

  • Make sure you child is getting high quality protein and high quality fats (olive oil, coconut oil, avocado) at each meal. Fats help to improve brain function.

  • This time of year, many families head to the pharmacy in hopes of a good multi-vitamin. Not only are many multi-vitamins made with synthetics, they simply aren't enough nutritionally to aid the body. They can fill in missing pieces, but nothing can substitute for proper, nutrient dense foods. If you do want a trustworthy multivitamin try THIS ONE.

Here are some of my favorite supplements when you need to fill in missing pieces:

  • Probiotics and probiotic rich food improve digestive function (remember the immune system is found in the gut.) Choose a high quality probiotic from the refrigerated section of your grocery store (I also love THIS ONE) and mix into a food like raw kefir or a nutrient dense smoothie.

  • Zinc reduces the likelihood of viral infections, especially colds, absences from school, and antibiotic use in kids. It can easily be given as a flavored lozenge to older kids; for younger children try a liquid, try THIS ONE.

  • Give Vitamin C daily: I'm personally obsessed with Young Living's Super C Chewables. They're delicious and I can almost guarantee your child won't fight you on taking them.

  • Give homeopathic cell salts daily, find them HERE

  • Give one dose, twice weekly of homeopathic Oscillococcinum, find it HERE and stock up before cold & flu season. I have a minimum of 2 boxes in my arsenal at ALL times.

  • Make an immune boosting essential oil roller from Young Living oils. My favorite blend is: 3 drops thieves, 3 drops sacred frankincense, and 3 drops eucalyptus. (Always dilute to protect the skin, find my favorite carrier oil HERE.)

  • Diffuse Young Living essential oils at night when your body is sleeping/recovering.

  • Make warm tea with manuka honey and sea salt, find one of my favorites HERE.

When my baby/family is under the weather or when everyone around us seems to be sick:

  • I give elderberry syrup (I love the Gaia brand, find it HERE) or HERE is a great recipe for Elderberry gummies. If DIY'ing ain't your cup of tea, just buy the gummies HERE.

  • I encourage bone broth for essential vitamins and minerals, I love THIS BRAND if you're in a pinch. Or HERE is a great instapot recipe. If you don't have the instapot yet, buy it HERE.

  • I give Young Living's Ningxia Red twice daily

  • I diffuse essential oils like thieves, frankincense and eucalyptus.

  • I use epsom salts with essential oils during bath time (always with a carrier oil like liquified coconut.)

  • I consider herbals like: Andrographis which has been shown to boost immunity and reduce the frequency of upper respiratory infections, and also help to shorten their duration when they do happen. Given at 50-200 milligrams a day, generally for 5 days if you’re trying to ward off a cold.

  • I douse every space with mini thieves spray (found HERE)

  • I ditch household toxins with Young Living's thieves cleaner

Don't forget the basics…

It may seem obvious, but make sure you return to the basics of good health:

  • Sleep is foundational – To build immunity naturally, set a healthy bedtime and incorporate an evening routine to make night time smooth and easy.

  • Always encourage water over any other liquid.

  • Exercise regularly to boost lymph cleansing.

  • Spend time outdoors for natural Vitamin D levels before we switch to the dreaded time change.

I would love to hear what your immune boosting regimen is! Connect with me on Instagram!


The information on this website is for informational purposes only and not to be considered as medical advice. This information is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any medical condition. Statements should not be taken as a substitute for medical advice from a licensed physician. It is recommended to consult with your physician before implementing any dietary or lifestyle changes. In using this website you accept the terms and conditions of this disclaimer.


Join Me for My FREE Online Workshop: Reclaiming Your Mood, Sleep + Sanity

When I got pregnant with my daughter over three years ago, I started experiencing early onset anti-partum insomnia, I stopped sleeping at 6 months. I told myself it was just because of my pregnancy and it would pass. It did not. It got worse. I didn't sleep for two weeks straight after I had her. I knew this was not normal. I researched countless hours and couldn’t find any answers, let alone, someone who struggled with insomnia during and after pregnancy. I wanted answers, I wanted to know WHY. I began digging and came across information about cortisol and adrenal issues. A lightbulb went off, all of the symptoms described me to a T. I had overwhelmed my body with stress, irregular eating habits, caffeine and antibiotics. My adrenals were kaput. My pregnancy and labor pushed my adrenals over the edge (of no sleep, apparently.)

Maybe you are where I was two and a half years ago, wired but tired at night, hardly sleeping, waking up never feeling rested, dragging to my coffee pot every morning, reliant on sleep meds, OCD, so anxious I could crawl out of my skin, simple tasks seemed insurmountable, I felt hangry (hungry + angry), I wanted chocolate with every meal, and just straight up felt confused with what was going on in my own body. 

Maybe this scenario doesn't describe you, but maybe it's similar, maybe your symptoms are pronounced enough that you know something's up. Maybe you've stopped sleeping, maybe you drag through your day, maybe your diet is a wreck, maybe you have issues with your digestion, maybe your anxiety is relentless. I can relate.

That's why I want to share not only my story, but my solutions.

So...JOIN ME! I want you to be the first to know about an exciting event I have coming up.

On Monday, August 13 at 7pmI am hosting my first ever FREE Online workshop, and I'd absolutely love for you to join! 

In this workshop you will learn:

-How to start Healing Your Gut, Reclaiming Your Mood, Learning to Love Sleep Again (I know how frustrating poor quality of sleep can be)

-How to Combine Self-Care with Detox that Supports
the Whole Body

-A Swoon-Worthy Nighttime Routine
(it may just have you sleeping like a baby again) 


A few of my favorite supplements that I typically recommend to all of my clients (they boost mood + overall function so you can stop feeling like a zombie.)

To register, follow this link:

In good health,

Kelsey Jack, NTP

My Favorite Go-To Nutrients for Sleep & Mood

So how can we combat adrenal issues from not wrecking our lives? Whole, nutrient dense foods, some serious gut love, stress reduction and supplements when needed.

Healing with Nutrition // What to Avoid:

  • Avoid Sugar: Sugar strips your adrenals of more vital nutrients
  • Caffeine: This can interfere with your sleep cycle and make it hard for your adrenals to recover. {don't worry, I have tasty substitutions}
  • Hydrogenated Oils: Vegetable oils like soybean, canola and corn oil are highly inflammatory and can lead to adrenal inflammation. 
  • Processed Carbohydrates: If you’re dealing with anxiety, try kicking the gluten and starchy carbs for a period of time to see if that may regulate your tiredness and energy levels.
  • Protein: Don't consume too much. An overload of protein can stress your hormones more than you might think, not to mention added hormones.

Healing with Nutrition // What to Eat:

  • Healthy Fats:  Coconut, Olives, Avocado (my fave), raw nuts & seeds such as pumpkin, chia and flax
  • Vegetables: Cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, etc. 
  • Fish: Wild caught salmon, mackerel, sardines, tuna. Mackerel and herring contain an ingredient known as phosphatidyl serine.
    Phosphatidyl serine helps to bring down cortisol levels in the body via the hypothalamus – adrenal chain, known as the HPA (hyper thalamic pituitary axis).
  • Meats: Free-range, grass fed & organic chicken, turkey, beef & bison.
  • Fermented Foods: Sauerkrat, kefir, kimchi, 4g or less kombucha, probiotic yogurt.
  • Broths: chicken, beef or vegetable broth
  • Seaweed: Seaweed such as nori, kelp and wakame are loaded with vitamins and minerals, specifically magnesium.
  • Sea Salt: This helps add back essential minerals to your adrenals, I recommend putting a pinch in with warm water + lemon in the mornings.

*These foods help overcome adrenal fatigue because they’re nutrient-dense, low in sugar (this is key) and high in healthy fat. You cannot make healthy hormones without nutrient dense fats. They also stabilize your blood sugar in between meals, so you don't continue taxing your adrenals. I cannot emphasize enough the importance of eating healthy fats + DO NOT SKIP MEALS.

My go-to supplements/nutrients:

  • Fish Oil:  Fish oil can help with mental dysfunction, immune system function, skin issues, cortisol, weight gain and anxiety/depression, and also balance blood sugar.
  • Vitamin C: Flood the adrenals with Vitamin C before bed.
  • B Vitamins: Take B6 & B12 two hours before bed to help nourish the adrenals.
  • Magnesium: I highly recommend topical magnesium or using magnesium citrate as it is the easiest form for the body to absorb, or just take a bath in some high quality epsom salts. Magnesium has been proven to relax muscles and often, the nervous system.
  • Phosphatidyl Serine: helps to bring down cortisol levels in the body via the hypothalamus – adrenal chain, known as the HPA (hyper thalamic pituitary axis).
  • Liquid Herbal Tinctures: My favorite mixture is 2 dropper-fulls of each from
  • HERB PHARM: St. John's Wort, Better Sleep & Chamomile. If you struggle with anxiety at night with sleep, mix in 2 dropper-fulls of Herb Pharm's Anxiety Soother.
  • CBD/Nanoenhanced Hemp Oil:  It is understood according to research that the calming effects of CBD can increase overall sleep amounts, reduce sleep difficulties (trouble falling asleep), improve sleep quality, and reduce insomnia.
  • Amino Acids: My favorite sleep supplement ever that put me on track with my sleep is called Kavinance Ultra PM, a blend of amino acids and melatonin.
  • Pro Gad Enhancer: was created to assist people who have difficulty producing adequate amounts of GABA, an important brain neurotransmitter. GABA plays the principal role of reducing excitability throughout the nervous system, as well as, regulation of muscle relaxation
  • Probiotics: can help with your cortisol levels and help nourish your gut. (You should also be getting probiotics through fermented foods.
  • Young Living Essential Oils: Lavender, cedarwood, grounding, surrender, valerian, chamomile, peace & calming, sleepyize.

Self Care:

  • Meditate:  I love the apps Headspace & 

  • Yoga: Putting your legs up against the wall {Viparita Karani is often called Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose} this will help to lower cortisol around nighttime.
  • Adrenal issues are often caused by blood sugar problems, and this is one of the most common reasons you might be having unrestful sleep. When your blood sugar dips too low during the night, it can wake you up. You might wake up feeling anxious or hungry or feel your heart pounding. These are all signs that you’ve awoken during a blood sugar drop.
  • To promote restful sleep, try eating a snack consisting of healthy fat, no later than one hour before bedtime, You shouldn’t feel like you’re going to bed too hungry or too full. This has helped me immensely, especially with sleep interruptions. By balancing your blood sugar, you are promoting and increasing your chances of a full night's sleep.

    Some snack ideas to stabilize blood sugar:

  • ● Banana and raw, creamy almond butter
    ● A cup of herbal chamomile tea with honey and coconut cream
    ● Frozen berries with heavy cream, topped with pecans or almonds
    ● Apple and raw, creamy almond butter
    ● Half a sweet potato with grass-fed butter
    ●  Probiotic rich, raw yogurt. I love the brand Mother Culture

The Number One Question I Get Asked: What is Nutritional Therapy?

One of the Most Common
Questions I Get Asked is...


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I get it, there are so many holistic methodologies out there,
so, what sets nutritional therapy apart and how can it help you?

I'm glad you asked. 

"Nutritional therapy can target exact systems in the body, in the exact order, providing answers and precise techniques to relieve the burden where it's the greatest."

My philosophy is that the myriad of health problems plaguing modern society result from weaknesses in the body’s physiological foundations brought on by poor nutrition. 

My philosophy is that the myriad of health problems plaguing modern society result from weaknesses in the body’s physiological foundations brought on by poor nutrition. 

Nutritional Therapy Practitioners dig deep to identify the root cause of these symptoms and address underlying imbalances so that the client can thrive.

Nutritional Therapists are trained to work within what we call the "foundations" for optimal health, these foundations consider the following:

  • diet
  • digestion
  • blood sugar regulation
  • essential fatty acid balance
  • mineral balance
  • hydration

We use a comprehensive questionnaire called a Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire. From the results of the NAQ, we are able to graph where the body's greatest burdens are within the foundations.

Nutritional therapy is:


There is no one-size-fits-all diet for everyone – each of us is unique with highly individualized nutritional requirements.

My practice focuses on: holistic, evidence based, comprehensive and a personalized approach to health and healing.


The Functional Evaluation is a series of points on the human body correlated to the specific organs or systems in the body which are palpated to identify nutritional deficiencies.


Nutritional therapy identifies root causes in the body instead of masking symptoms so you can reclaim WHOLE health.

Nutritional Therapy Practitioners do not diagnose or treat disease, but work to correct imbalances within the body to guide individuals back into a state of optimal health and function. 

The Launch of My 90 Day Program: Reveal, Nourish, Heal

Introducing my 90 Day Program

Reveal | Nourish | Heal

What if I could help solve your greatest mystery yet? YOU.

There are a lot of wonderful tools and diets out there, but there’s not one specific combination that works for everybody. While I believe in a customized approach, it doesn’t mean you have to follow a complicated protocol or deprive yourself of chocolate forever (maybe only temporarily ;))

I believe that real food can help you achieve a healthy mindset (and heart rate). With some time, dedication and REAL answers, it can also aid your body in learning to love sleep again. Whole, nutrient dense foods, functional nutritional therapy and access to my expertise (and experience in sleepless nights and waterlogging my anxiety) are the keys to restoring and maintaining sleep and harmony in the body. I also believe that a wellness plan needs to be suitable to your unique body (and life) in order to be effective and sustainable long term. If problems arise again, you'll have the solutions without having to sacrifice your sleep.


I’ll teach you the same techniques I used to overcome multiple chronic issues like anxiety, insomnia and OCD, which have helped me feel healthier now than I ever have before.

I work with my clients in a 3-phase program over 90 days: reveal, nourish and heal.


Through functional diagnostics, we’ll discover the REAL underlying cause of your symptoms. Your body will no longer be a mystery and your status will move from mysterious shipwrecked zombie to having a solid game plan for getting your sleep, energy and mood back.


Based on our findings, we will replenish specific nutrients that have been depleted due to stress, lack of sleep and correct possible other imbalances such as hormones, minerals and even digestion. We will also include a tailored supplement regimen based on your body’s unique needs.


Over a period of 90 days, we’ll work closely together to reclaim your sleep, normal daily function and gain your energy/motivation back. We’ll evaluate what’s working and what’s not and tweak your plan as needed. You have my complete support throughout your healing journey.

By the end of the program, you’ll have a clear understanding of what you need to do to continue the healing process on your own.

Launch special:

If registered by July 31st, receive your choice of a bonus session one month following your package or a wellness gift pack formulated specifically by me!
*Payment plans available upon consultation.

Interested in working together?

Book your FREE 30-minute discovery session to learn more about my program and to see if we’re the right fit.

Want to know more details, visit my website: