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My goal is to help people raise their quality of life. I approach nutrition and healthcare from an integrative and functional perspective. This approach is firmly entrenched in the belief that the body has the capacity to heal itself if given the right tools and if the underlying causes of disease are addressed.

INTEGRATIVE & FUNCTIONAL HEALTH

While some Doctors and health professionals have a ‘pill for every ill’, I approach my patients’ health from an integrative standpoint. Meaning I blah blah blah

WHAT MY PATIENTS SAY

  • “My goal is to help my clients optimize their health and restore their quality of life. I approach nutrition and healthcare from an integrative and functional perspective. This approach is firmly entrenched in the belief that the body has the capacity to heal itself if given the right tools and if the underlying causes of disease are addressed.”

    Clayton Anderson

  • “Susan continues to pursue advanced training in integrative and functional nutrition including education in nutritional genomics, whole foods and dietary supplements and natural healing modalities. Susan has received extensive training in immunology, adverse food reactions and practical applications of dietary treatments for chronic inflammatory conditions.”

    Gita Patel

  • “Susan has authored and replied to thousands of email messages on the DIFM, SCAN, Women’s Health, NE, DBC, GastroRDs, Medical Nutrition and LEAP listservs with suggestions for providing IFMNT. This shows a tremendous commitment and support for her IFMNT colleagues which is greatly appreciated. I have also seen her replies elicit much interest from non-integrative RDNs who want to learn more about DIFM.

    Sonya Angelone

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