Pediatric Nutrition

Some problems are harder to fix.

Your child falls and scrapes their knee. You give them hugs and a band-aid, and wipe their tears. In a flash, they are better – running around, laughing, and playing. It’s a good day when all it takes is a band-aid and a kiss.

But what happens when you can’t fix the problem yourself, and no one else seems to have an answer either? Yes, you may have received some medication from your pediatrician – but is that the best solution? Does that get to the root of your child’s problems?

You begin to accept that they were born broken and not easily fixed, but it’s YOUR child. You refuse to accept this reality – there must be another way. You won’t stand by and not try everything in your power to make them better.

If you are looking for a different approach and refuse to watch your child suffer, you have come to the right place.

Meeting nutritional needs helps address health challenges.

I don’t have a magic wand, but it can work like magic when your child gets the right supplementation and diet.

I use Nutrition Response Testing® to get to the root of your child’s health challenges and then support them with whole food supplements and diet modification tailored to your child.

Children are unique and have their own set of nutritional needs, food preferences, and health challenges. My approach appreciates each child’s individuality, and I provide nutritional support that is fun and supportive.

You will leave each office visit with one goal each week that you and your child can accomplish easily. They will also need to take some whole food supplements, but I keep them to a minimum, so kids don’t feel overwhelmed.

I understand the frustration.

I have two kids and know the struggles you face.

My motto is that if they can get better with food, why not try it? It doesn’t hurt them, and there are no side effects.

Let’s work together to help your child overcome their frustrations and achieve better health.

I specialize in children and babies with digestive challenges, learning delays, autism, and ADHD.