Is Your Stressful Job at the Root of Your
Gut Problems, Fatigue, and Skin Issues?
Gut Problems, Fatigue, and Skin Issues?
In an era of quick fixes, fad diets and conflicting health information, I’m the Functional Nutrition Practitioner and Certified Holistic Health Coach for the overworked and overstressed who suffer from fatigue, IBS, skin conditions and burnout. I help them understand that they have the power to be in control over their own health.
I meet my clients where they are and together, in partnership, we uncover what’s causing their imbalances, then work towards root cause resolution so they can bring their body back into balance.
I help them to identify and create a lifestyle where they feel empowered to take a leadership role in their own health so they can be high performing leaders and contributors in the fast-paced, high-pressure corporate world.
The number of Americans that suffer from insomnia caused by anxiety, stress, depression, anger, worry, grief, trauma and more.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 40% of American adults (that's 4 out of 10) are obese.
According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), 100 million Americans are now diabetic or are pre-diabetic.
One in two Americans now live with a chronic disease, and one in four Americans have multiple chronic diseases.
You are not your symptoms or diagnosis. You are unique person with a unique story and path that your led your body to respond to a variety of factors that are manifesting itself right now. I believe that uncovering your story is essential to helping you find the road to wellness thats works for you.
Diabetics aren't the only ones who need to be concerned about blood sugar. Blood sugar impacts your weight, hormones, mood, and your ability to get a good night's sleep. Blood sugar imbalances leave you susceptible to obesity, chronic illness, autoimmune conditions and more. Addressing how much sugar you eat is the first step bringing yourself back into balance.
Before concerning yourself with supplements and advanced treatments, let's back things up and address your diet and lifestyle habits. We start with the non-negotiables: eating a clean, anti-inflammatory diet, prioritizing sleep, practicing proper hydration, managing stress, and nurturing a supportive community. Though these habits may seem basic, when they are minded, health challenges often take care of themselves.
Often how we think we're eating, or what we think we're doing isn't actually what's happening. Keeping a journal that tracks our food, moods and even poop (!) helps us see what's really going on, gives us data to put our detective hats on to make correlations and helps us see where there's room for impactful improvement.
The diet that works for me may not work for you. So why do we try to squeeze ourselves into one-size-fits-all prescriptions and formulas? Each one of us is different and we must step back, see the bigger picture, and understand what's true for you so that we can create a healthy blueprint that will work for you.
As Hippocrates said, “All disease begins in the gut.” The health of your gut is at the core of your health. Your digestive system influences every other system in your body. So no matter what your health complaints are, we must always address the health of your gut.
When you’re a smart and savvy woman working in the corporate world, you have way more important things to focus on than what you eat, or spend hours talking about health … right? Well, sure, until you’re tired, burned out and fading - which is the last thing you want.
Kick back for a few minutes and join me for real and honest conversations, from a bigger perspective, on health, nutrition and solutions for dealing with the pressures of working in a fast-paced world. Topics include health, food + nutrition, stress management, environmental toxins, productivity, fun and the importance of having work + health balance.