What if I told you the human body was designed to heal itself? And that there’s more to this health and wellness thing than we’ve been told?
I know—it may be a lot to swallow at first. But as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP), I wholeheartedly believe the human body was intimately and intentionally knit together to thrive and to heal on a foundational level. I believe healing ultimately comes down to two things—nourishing the body with what it needs and removing what’s getting in the way. Our society has grown out of touch with how the body works on a fundamental, physiological level. We’ve put our focus on diagnoses, treatments, and medications rather than figuring out what went wrong in the first place and how to repair it at the root. We are inundated by toxic stress, processed inflammatory foods, environmental toxins and chemicals, emotional and nervous system dysregulation, and nutritional deficiencies at levels that have never been seen before in history. Yet, we still wonder how so many people ended up so sick. As an NTP, I’m passionate about transforming the field of health and wellness and helping as many women as possible take back their lives and heal.
My areas of interest include whole food nutrition, chronic infections, gut health, fertility, hormonal health, chronic fatigue, environmental toxicity, detoxification, and more. And believe it or not, all of these things are connected!
To tell you a few more things about myself—I’m 27 years old, and in addition to being a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, I’m also a believer, wife, and writer. I spent most of my educational life working toward a career in medicine, which culminated in completing my first term at a prestigious medical school. Though I didn’t know exactly why at the time, it didn’t take me long to realize an M.D. was absolutely not for me. I dropped out, knowing the Lord had better, sweeter plans for me, even if I didn’t know exactly what those were yet. Shortly after that decision, my own health rapidly declined, doctor after doctor continued to dismiss me, and my journey into root cause healing began. Now, I’m grateful for the experience I had in medical school, knowing it helped fuel my passion to help other women like me who have fallen through the cracks of the conventional system.
Ready to take your healing into your own hands?
My own chronic illness journey led me to discover what it means to be weak, sick, and broken. But it also led me to know healing, beauty, growth, and strength in ways I may not have otherwise. It led me to discover what it looks like to heal on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level—and I’m passionate about helping you do the same. If you’re ready to dive in, you can check out how to work with me, shoot me an email, or click here to sign up for my monthly newsletter (no spam—just short, sweet education and encouragement for your healing journey).