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Metabolic Health

A Naturopathic Approach

Your metabolism isn’t just about the number on the scale, it influences how your body makes and uses energy.

Do you have Metabolic Health Conditions?

Many women are walking around unknowingly with a common metabolic problem: insulin resistance.

The best way to think about insulin resistance is like PRE pre-diabetes. That’s the scary part: your blood sugars will be normal and yet you are insulin resistant which increases your risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

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The Importance of Blood Sugar Balance

Your body’s ability to maintain balanced blood sugar levels is crucial for energy and focus. Chronic high blood sugar can lead to insulin resistance and other health issues. Blood sugar levels impact your hunger and cravings and must be balanced to maintain a healthy weight.

Diagnosing Insulin Resistance

By definition, insulin resistance means that your blood sugar levels are still normal (so just checking your blood sugar can’t tell you if you’re insulin resistance). I check 4 tests to assess your metabolic health: fasting blood sugar, fasting insulin, HbA1c and C Reactive Protein (CRP- a marker of inflammation).

Our treatments and services for
Metabolic Health


Managing your blood sugar doesn't mean you have to give up sugar (I acutally recommend you don't). I'll teach you what you need to include to keep you blood sugar and metabolism happy.

Vitamin & Mineral

Getting the right vitamins and minerals can help balance your blood sugar but also help you curb cravings.

Stress &

Supporting a healthy metablism isn't just about diet and exercise. Your sleep quality and ability to manage stress are just as important.
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Wondering if your blood
sugar needs balancing?

Take the Fatigue Fingerprint quiz to see if your symptoms match up with the Stagnant Fingerprint

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