Nutrition Therapy Focuses on Real Food

Nutrition Therapy fixes the consequences of modern processed foods. 

With a focus on real food… 

Energy can increase.

Weight can normalize.

Aches and pains can disappear.

Focus can deepen.

Moods can stabilize

… all as a result of eating a nutrient rich diet containing real food!


What Balance Nutrition Therapy offers…

Join a group program

Surround yourself with others who are choosing real food for lifelong health.  Join a group class lead by Balance Nutrition Therapy.   Explore this way of eating with the support of others around you.  The RESTART® Program is a fantastic way to begin your nutrition journey.  In just 5 weeks, your experience the power that real food offers.   As a certified 21 Day Sugar Detox Coach,  I can help you jump-start the process of kicking sugar and carb cravings and get you off the blood sugar roller-coaster.

 Select a nutrition therapy package

Individualized plans provide targeted nutrition, supplement, and lifestyle protocols necessary to restore vibrant health.   Not only are we focusing on real food quality, one-on-one nutrition therapy also ensures you are digesting food properly for deep cellular health.  Nutritional Therapy Practitioners (NTPs) receive training to perform an in depth Client Consultation Process, the Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire, and the hands-on Functional Evaluation to assess systems that need additional support.

GT-X challengers get nutrition help

Take a 10 week Nutrition Challenge while participating in the performance and weight loss challenge.  Each week focuses on small nutrition changes that can make a big difference in athletic performance.

Individual Pint Sized Packages offers private 30 minute consultation sessions for members at GT-X Sports Performance.  Meet to discuss: food journal review and feedback, macronutrient ratio adjustments, menu planning, nutrient timing, carb cycling questions or any other questions you might have in your GT-X Performance Challenge.

Challenge Accepted

 

 

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