Posted by Dr. Della Parker on July 30, 2018
INTEGRATIVE NUTRITIONIST VS. REGULAR DIETICIAN
An integrated nutritionist is different than a regular dietician. An integrative nutritionist takes a holistic approach to nutrition and weight loss by looking at other lifestyle factors like your sleep habits, what’s stressing you out, and your hormone levels.
True, diet is a large factor in weight loss (and weight gain for that matter), but it is not the only factor.
Amy Hardesty is an Integrative Nutritionist Counselor and a mother of three. She has had first-hand experience struggling with self-image, self-esteem, and her own weight issues. Amy shares, “I tried diet after diet, begged for help from others, and still found myself in the same place. I was unhappy and 65 pounds overweight.”
As your Integrative Nutritionist Counselor, Amy has already shared your same frustrations and challenges, “I have climbed the weight loss mountain and the view is great! I don’t hate exercise like I did before. I have discovered a passion for real food and nutrition, and I have unlocked a deep desire to help others find their way through this same journey!”
Many are indeed benefitting from Amy’s help and guidance as an integrative nutritionist and counselor at Stellar Health and Wellness, a holistic naturopathic health clinic in Clackamas.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
During a visit with with our Integrative Nutritionist you will receive a custom program designed especially for you. We will work with you to learn who you are, what your food likes and dislikes are, what programs you have tried in the past, what your schedule is like, if you have any food intolerances or allergies, and much more. From there, we will create a custom meal plan that is macro-balanced to allow your body to release the optimal amount of fat!
At Stellar Health and Wellness our Integrative Nutritionist is Amy Hardesty. Whether you need help changing your eating habits for weight loss, a food allergy/intolerance, or due to a specific condition, she can and will help you every step of the way. This is not a journey for the faint of heart. But you already knew that. She will support, encourage, and advocate for you as you reach your goals.
If you want to lose 5 pounds, 200 pounds, or more, contact nutritionist Amy Hardesty at 503.344.6631.