Why does my sleep suck?

I am not here to waste your time telling you an avocado is healthier than a snickers bar!

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What I am here to offer is an education to why you got a quality night sleep after eating something with magnesium (Magnesium plays a role in supporting deep, restorative sleep by maintaining healthy levels of GABA, a neurotransmitter that promotes sleep) as oppose to why you woke up at 3 am stirring in your bed because you ate something with corn syrup. (Higher blood sugar means less long-lasting fat metabolism in the night and less sleep.)

 What your nutritional habits have a huge impact on your sleep, your body and greatly influences your health. Many times, small adjustments to your daily habits can have a huge effect. I want people to focus on the purpose of food that is in aligned to the life they want to live. If getting quality sleep and having confidence in your nutritional choices are important to you, I want to help.

Educating yourself about your nutrition is important, whether you are suffering from poor sleep, a chronic disease or not. Nutritional therapy is suitable for everyone, be it young and old looking to alleviate specific symptoms as well as those looking to improve their overall health and well-being.

If you find yourself dealing with:

·       Sleep issues

·       Overeating

·       Having a hard time losing weight

·       Feeling stressed

·       Suffering from chronic illnesses

·       Hormonal imbalances

·       Mood disorders

·       Weight issues

 Then Nutritional Therapy is a great solution.

Schedule a 20 min nutritional consultation with me to find out if Nutritional Therapy will work for you.