• emilymichellebitz

A look into working with a Holistic Nutritionist

Updated: May 27

No fad diets, restrictions, or "cleanses", here.


What can a Holistic Nutritionist do for you?

The holistic world is filled with beautiful humans who are passionate about the whole system approach. One of the first things we learned in nutrition school was to look at symptoms as part of a bodily system that are all interconnected. Our goal as nutritionists is not to fix just one issue, but to improve everything. True health is only possible through physical, emotional, spiritual, and spiritual wellbeing.


When you work with a holistic nutritionist, we not only help you with your diet, but your relationships, your physical body, your emotional connection to self, your desires for life, as well as supplement, herb, and food recommendations! Our approach is tailored to your lifestyle and ability to adjust parts of your life slowly. Holistic nutritionists don't tell you to cut out food groups or do an extreme diet for three months. We integrate achievable change and work with you to make sure you have the resources to live more holistically in the long-term.


We may advise you to cut out the afternoon coffee and replace it with herbal tea and honey, or we may suggest an adrenal cocktail. Making tea will create a mindful ritual to break up your day, and it will feel nourishing and provide health benefits. Win-win!


A recent client of mine was struggling with digestive issues, and simply by including bone broth and lemon water in her daily routine, she saw noticeable benefits. Lemon water first thing in the AM stokes your digestive fire. Bone broth is full of collagen and other health benefits that aid digestion and support joint health. These are two simple additions that you can easily incorporate. As holistic nutritionists, we are here to make it simple for you! We know you are busy.


Overall, we must work together and create small, manageable goals. These habits are there to create long-term wellness.

"If you don't make time for your wellness, you will be forced to take time for your illness."

Do you have any more questions about working with a holistic nutritionist? Feel free to email me.


Love,

Emily

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