Nutritional Support for Dental & Orthodontic Wellness Because your smile is the window into your health.
Dental decay & dental crowding are signs of underlying imbalances & deficiencies that are often ignored. By recognizing these signs & supporting the body through nutritional therapy, you can build the foundations for a lifetime of wellness for yourself & generations of wellness for your family.
My approach to nutrition honors the dietary wisdom of our ancestors that produced healthy children free of dental decay & crowding for generations, as well as the wisdom of modern science that gives us a deep understanding of how the body works. I focus on nutrient-dense foods & use bio-feedback tools to identify & address the unique needs of each individual.
When we listen to our symptoms, provide the body with the nourishment it needs, & live in harmony with the earth, we naturally tend towards wellness.
*Nutritional Consultations tailored to your health goals *Functional Clinical Assessments using a hands-on evaluation of nutritional status & organ function *Lingual-Neural Testing of nutrients & supplements for immediate feedback about your body's specific needs
Our bodies are dependent on many nutrients to survive and thrive. We know that vitamins, minerals, protein, fat, carbohydrates, and even water are all critical nutrients that we cannot live without. Yet there is another nutrient that our bodies need before, and more regularly, than all of these - oxygen!
Oxygen is not often thought of as a nutrient. But the Merriam Webster Dictionary describes a nutrient as “a substance or ingredient that promotes growth, provides energy, and maintains life” and oxygen certainly fits this definition. Perhaps the reason oxygen is not commonly considered a nutrient is that we believe that we are all getting enough in automatically regulated amounts so that we don’t need to give it much consideration. While in theory this would be true, that theory assumes that we are all breathing properly.
Breathing should be simple and effortless, but sadly for many of us it is not - even if we don't know it...