Introductory Package $199
Metabolic Typing Package $349
Watch this short video to learn more about Metabolic Typing!
The autonomic and oxidative systems have the most influence over how foods behave in your body. The majority of people are either oxidative or autonomic dominant, meaning that one of these systems controls how nutrients behave in the body.
The autonomic system is the master regulator of metabolism and is concerned with the maintenance and regulation of energy in your body. There are three metabolic types possible for autonomic dominant people: sympathetic, parasympathetic and balanced. Knowing your metabolic type determines the correct eating plan for you.
Are you ready to find out more about your Metabolic Type and learn the right foods for YOU that help with weight loss, cravings, energy, and mood?
Functional Nutritional Package $549 + lab fees
What is the Functional Nutrition? We identify imbalances with the hormones, liver, immune system and digestion. These are the key components of overall health. If one of these systems are out of balance, it’s a great chance another will soon follow.
FDN uses hormone levels (saliva), metabolic markers (urine) and immunological markers (saliva) to detect underlying imbalances and malfunctions.
FDNs may provide a nutritional interpretation of the clinical data to be used exclusively by the client as an educational tool for personal health purposes.
FDNs use lab test results and all other clues gathered to help form an impression about how a client may improve his health.
FDNs recommend targeted therapies that focus on improving the client, not treating the disease.
If you suffer from any of these symptoms, or if you are concerned that your hormone levels are not sustaining adequate protection to your bones, you may benefit from testing your current hormone levels using a saliva self-test kit.
Ongoing Nutritional Coaching Membership $99 a Month
It is not in the scope of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition to diagnose, cure or treat any illness or disease. Out of laboratory reference range results are indicated on the official lab result form from a State Certified Laboratory to the practitioner for the exclusive use of his or her clients. This information is not intended to, cannot, and should not be expected to substitute for a personal consultation with the client’s own physician.