What is holistic nutrition?
Holistic nutrition is a natural approach to healing the body from the inside out involving the individual as a whole, including all lifestyle aspects. Holistic nutrition is all about eating healthy food as close to its natural state as possible for optimum health and well-being, such as unrefined, unprocessed, organic and locally grown whole foods. Evidence-based techniques are used to determine proper diet, lifestyle and detoxification.
Nutrition plays a huge role in health and often it’s just making small changes to your diet that can have a major impact on your overall health. Poor nutrition is one of the main contributors to a wide range of chronic disease and other health related issues.
How can holistic nutrition help YOU?
Chronic illness & disease
Low sex drive
What is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN)?
Registered Holistic Nutritionists (RHNs) are professionals trained in Natural Nutrition and complementary therapies, whose main purpose is to educate others about the benefits and health impact of optimal nutrition. RHN’s take the time to assess all aspects of a person’s health, from nutrition, habits, family history, environment, emotions, stress levels and sleeping patterns. RHNs guide their clients through the mass of conflicting information and products which are confusing to the consumer. Taking an individual approach when it comes to health as opposed to generalizing symptoms allows the nutritionist to better understand each person individually and curate a specifically designed whole-health plan.
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