Seek Results That Last.
Jumping from diet to diet or program to program in order to resolve your hormone imbalances will only overwhelm and drastically slow-down your recovery. 
The Secret Is In Bridging the Gap Between Your Mind & Your Body.
Functional Medicine 
I practice a new model of health care, referred to as “functional” or “systems” medicine. Neither conventional nor alternative, functional medicine is a combination of the best elements of both, and it represents the future of medicine.

Functional medicine is personalized medicine that deals with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of symptoms for serious chronic disease such as hormone imbalances, hypothyroidism and autoimmune conditions such as Hashimoto's  in modern day driven women. 

It is a science-based field of health care that is grounded in the principle that the body was created and designed to heal itself considering that it has EVERYTHING it needs in order to do so.
Science based approach
Personalized Care
The Problem
Functional medicine is the way to get to the root cause of your symptoms from a cellular perspective and it gives you lots of answers. But in practice it has fallen short to help woman like yourself in a true HOLISTIC way which address your mind, body and spirit. 

It has become so focused on working on your cellular and physical wellbeing that it has omitted the need to address the non-physical aspect of your body, your mind and your heart.

Chronic stress is silently taking over the lives of women like yourself who are called to show up and perform daily. From raising your children, to being an honoring wife and running a business or performing at your high stress job. These stressors impact your body and trigger your hypothyroidism and hormone imbalance symptoms 10x without you even being aware of it and it's affecting you more than the food you eat, supplements you take or how much exercise you perform.

The proof?   Women are STILL experiencing fatigue, difficulty concentrating, anxiety & moodiness regardless of how many supplements they take or the strict diets they've adopted.