Stop Chasing Symptoms and Fix The Problem with Functional Diagnostic Nutrition®
What is Functional Diagnostic Nutrition®?
Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) is a type of detective work that identifies the underlying causes and conditions that cause disease instead of treating symptoms. Using functional lab work, I recognize patterns of imbalance in the body and identify healing opportunities. I work with each client in a health building process using the powerful, proven, protocols of the D.R.E.S.S. for Health Success® program. This natural, holistic approach yields the highest level of positive results for my clients. As the founder of FDN says, “We don’t medicate, we educate! We don’t guess, we test!”
Holistic Health Coaching is the bridge between knowing what to do and actually doing it. We will take everything into account (mind, body, spirit, lifestyle…) rather than just treating your symptoms. According to The International Coaching Federation, 98% of coaching clients report that working with a coach was a positive decision and worth the expense! I am here to help you help yourself! This happens by providing an ongoing partnership and unlocking your potential to live a healthy, vibrant and purposeful life! We will work towards clarifying your optimal health vision and explore steps to make that vision a reality by enhancing personal accountability and taking action to achieve and sustain your goals. I am trained to listen, observe, and customize my approach to your individual needs.
We are all unique! Recognizing and honoring our uniqueness is the key to health and happiness. Have you heard the saying, One man’s food is another man’s poison? Well it’s true! I understand that there is no one perfect way to eat or live for everyone. Each individual has very specific needs for his or her own health according to age, gender, size and lifestyle. Even blood type influences bio-individuality!
Working to heal the root cause rather than chasing symptoms is the type of work that we will be doing. This allows you to think about what might be happening upstream that’s causing downstream signs, symptoms and even diagnoses. We may not ever find the actual root cause but on our journey we’ll find many healing opportunities. I love this quote from Andrea Nakayama, “Instead of thinking that we need to get right to those roots, stop and imagine that healthy roots cannot thrive, survive (or heal) in harmful soil. The more we tend to the soil, the more those roots might just regenerate and even be cured all on their own.”