**Please note:Marley is not accepting new patients at this time. Please check back in April 2015 for updates.
Nutrition Therapy for Skin
With a total area of about twenty feet, skin is the largest organ of the human body. It is responsible for serving as a barrier between the often harsh outside world and the internal physiological environment. This function can become compromised with unhealthy eating habits, dehydration or insufficient nutrients. Skin that is aggravated or inflamed needs an individualized plan that focuses on diet, nutrition and lifestyle in order to restore balance and appropriate barrier function.
Problematic skin can often be improved by focusing on the gut. A comprehensive protocol involves removing foods that cause allergies or intolerances, repairing any damage to the digestive tract, restoring beneficial microorganisms and replacing any deficient elements that work to support digestion.
During the 50 minute consultation, the focus is on food – what foods are beneficial for skin and what foods are best to avoid. If appropriate, we’ll discuss special diets - and if desired, I’ll provide resources for food allergy testing. Other topics, including stress management, supplementation, skin care routine and topical products, may be addressed.
Have you been diagnosed with a medical condition that requires a special diet?
Confused about what to eat, how to cook or what to buy in the grocery store?
Looking to improve your eating habits and enhance your relationship with food?
Want to increase energy and feel more clear-headed?
Frustrated by fad diets and conflicting health information on the internet?
With a personalized nutrition consultation, we'll discuss an individualized diet plan that works best for you and your lifestyle.
During the 50 minute consultation, the focus is on food – what foods can be beneficial to your condition or concern and what foods are best to avoid. Most likely, we’ll discuss grocery shopping, recipes, cooking techniques and eating out to make sure any nutritional recommendations about can be easily implemented. Other topics, including lifestyle and appropriate supplementation may be addressed.
General nutrition topics may include: Weight management, Low energy, Mood disorders, Hormone balancing, Fertility, Thyroid disorders, Mindfulness