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Why You Need A Holistic Nutritionist

As the new year rolls around it's pretty common to hear friends and family members talk about how they want to loose weight or get healthier in 2019. Perhaps it is actually YOU who wants to focus on New Year, New You resolutions such as this. The idea is there but sometimes it feels out of reach or the desire quickly burns out as soon as we enter the new year. What if I told you that all you needed was a bit of planning, care and support? Would you believe that anything you want is possible?


Work with a Holistic Nutritionist!


This is what I eat!


Now, many of you may be questioning what a holistic nutritionist is or what they do. Am I right? No worries! We will discuss common questions and objections right here. Yep--just hear me out.


What is a Holistic Nutritionist?


A Certified Holistic Nutritionist is an individual who has participated in educational training for plant-based nutrition. Their expertise in food and nutrition allow them to give people advice on their eating habits to ensure a healthy lifestyle or to improve negative health conditions. A holistic nutritionist typically has extra training in complementary and alternative medicine. A nutritionist can help create meal plans and lifestyle changes that will work best for you. It is all customized to fit within your life!




Why plant-based?

Maybe you've heard this term tossed around lately but don't know exactly what it means or how it could benefit you. A plant-based diet is also known as a vegan diet. It doesn't contain any animal products such as meat, eggs, and dairy products. Holistic nutritionists typically only recommend a plant-based diet because studies prove the positive effects on the body. Some conditions/illness that can benefit from not consuming animal products include:


-depression

-anxiety

-chronic pain

-inflammatory conditions

-mental fog

-digestive distress

-hormonal imbalances

-type 2 diabetes

-cardiovascular disease

-hypertension

-stroke

-some types of cancer

-obesity

-PCOS

-infertility

-MUCH MUCH MORE!


How nutrition counseling works: Click to read more!


Let's bring in the new year right this year! Treat your body with the foods that make it feel best.


-Stephanie Kennedy