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All disease begins in the gut

Another quote from the father of medicine, Hippocrates. What an incredible wise man he was. The past two decades of research, scientists came to understand the integral role microbes (bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites...) play in our digestion and immune system, as well as their contribution to health and disease. And even if not every single disease starts in the gut, many chronic metabolic diseases are believed to begin in the gut, and long-term inflammation is thought to be a driving force. Our gut bacteria and the integrity of our gut lining strongly affect our health.  If many illnesses begin in the gut so does the healing. Gut, brain and immune system, it is all interconnected. Fuel delivery (oxygen and nutrients), metabolic health, gut microbiome, immune system balance, liver detoxification, brain health and hormonal balance are key factors for optimal health.

During our consultations we will focus on your specific needs & targets and design your optimal health plan.


Are your suffering of any of the conditions below? 

Nutritional Therapy will have a positive impact and can be your solution!

Food allergies and intolerances

Nutrient deficiencies

Overweight/ obesity

Histamine sensitivity

Digestive issues


Mood disorders

Metabolic disorders, diabetes

High blood pressure

Autoimmune diseases

Skin conditions

Hormonal imbalance

Functional lab tests

In some cases I might recommend functional lab tests to find more about the root cause(s) of the health issues. You either work with your doctor (in case you need a prescription for the insurance this is the way to go) or with the lab that I'm cooperating with (Nordic labs).  

  • Gastrointestinal function (via parasitology and stool analyses)

  • Immune system function (such as food allergy and histamine sensitivity)

  • Nutrtion and metabolic function (such as fatty, amino, and organic acid concentrations)

  • Toxicity (through environmental pollutants, toxic metal, PCB, and pesticide concentrations)

  • Cardiovascular function (such as HDL, LDL, and insulin levels)

  • Hormonal function (both male and female hormone analyses)

  • Vitamin sufficiencies (vitamins D and K, fat-soluble vitamins, and CoQ10)

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