Dr. Jim Corbett and Dr. Kathleen Nazar Corbett believe in taking a holistic approach when it comes to patient care, including nutrition. Chiropractors are trained to provide nutritional advice and guidance, which can help patients achieve their overall health goals.
Nutritional Counseling is about empowering individuals to make informed decisions about their food choices and develop sustainable healthy eating habits that support their overall health and well-being.
Tired of being tired? Good nutrition is important. What you eat has a profound effect on how you feel. If your brain isn’t getting the nutrients it needs, it will hold you back from getting the most out of life. Being tired and lethargic may lead to a host of other issues like depression, stress and anxiety. You are what you eat!
Nutritional Counseling Assessment
Nutritional Counseling involves assessing an individual’s health status, dietary habits and lifestyle choices, and then making recommendations regarding food choices and portion sizes along with intelligent meal planning, and guidance related to dietary supplements.
Counseling for Nutrition Can Help With
- Weight management
- Athletic performance
- Chronic disease management
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Food allergies or intolerances
- Gut health
- Immune system
- Overall health and well-being
We sometimes recommend nutritional supplements to fill in vitamin and mineral gaps or to help with specific conditions, like inflammation, improving cognitive function or supporting the immune system. Supplements are not a replacement, but rather a complement to a healthy balanced diet. We would be pleased to discuss your specific needs and make appropriate recommendations during your next visit.
Some of the Brands We Recommend
- CanPrev Natural Health Products
- Atrium Innovations
- Pure Encapsulations
- Douglas Laboratories
- Klean Athlete
Dig into our blog, Healthy Living Naturally to learn more about Nutrition and Good Health. Still have questions about nutrition? Of course you do! Book an appointment for Nutritional Counseling today.