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My practice is currently closed for an extended maternity leave, but I would be happy to refer you to one of my trusted colleagues who work with distance clients.
If you are need of a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, please direct your inquiries to one of the following practitioners —
Becky Webb, Doula and NTP at Rooted Blessings
Specializing in fertility, pregnancy, and thyroid disorders.
Margaret Berry, NTP at Eat Naked Now
Margaret Floyd is an NTP, Certified GAPS Practitioner and Healing Foods Specialist. She works with clients all over North America and Europe helping them to restore balance, resolve chronic health issues and achieve thriving health. She’s the author of Eat Naked: Unprocessed, unpolluted and undressed eating for a healthier, sexier you (2011) and The Naked Foods Cookbook (2012), and blogs regularly at www.eatnakednow.com.
Lydia Shatney, NTP at Divine Health from the Inside Out
Specializing in gut health and group classes/programs that offer built-in individual support. Lydia also offers Hair Mineral Analysis Testing. You can find out more about it here.
Amy Love, NTP, CGP, CILC at Real Food Whole Health
Amy is now a certified nutritional therapy practitioner, a natural fertility support specialist and is a certified GAPS practitioner. Amy also practices Meridian Autonomic Testing. A co-creator of the “Essential Six Elements for Whole Health“, she also brings background knowledge of massage therapy and related modalities, energy healing and inspired life consulting to her nutritional therapy practice.
Amy is a certified professional life coach with a focus on holistic health and wellness and she has experience as a doula (birth assistant). With a passion for self and family wellness on all levels- physical, mental, emotional and spiritual- Amy offers support for the whole family with a special emphasis on digestive wellness (and the GAPS diet), natural fertility, pregnancy and post-partum care.
Offers one-on-one nutritional therapy and group courses.
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If needed, you can contact me directly at jennifer AT 20somethingallergies DOT com** (please allow extra time for a reply while I am on maternity leave).
**I GET MANY REQUESTS EACH DAY ASKING FOR FREE ADVICE ON HEALTH CONCERNS, AND I CANNOT RESPOND TO THESE REQUESTS AT THIS TIME.
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