Nutrition Coaching with Dr. Alayna
After working for years on nutrition in my personal life, as well as an insane amount of education, I have refined the process of getting you to your new healthy lifestyle, and that begins with a consultation!
All Coaching packages include:
- We will check in weekly and monitor your progress, comments, concerns. We will also review your food/nutrition/fitness diary.
- Your plan will be looked over at that point and we will decide together what is working and what is not. Look at your likes and dislikes and change it for any reason you may be having difficulty or if you have events, travel, work changes, etc.
- I will assess the information and give you feedback to help you with what is challenging for you, whether that be an emotional attachment to food, and triggers we identify, if you feel satiated or hungry, stress and sleep patterns, GI health, etc.
- Bag-o-Tricks: There are a few little goodies I will formulate after our consultation. It will be a guide and/or documents possibly including but not limited to nutrition guides, a grocery list of do’s and don’ts, ways to manage triggers and emotions, supplementation advice, meal prep, eating healthy on the go, and fitness recommendations.
- You will have unlimited contact via email/text to address any questions you have or concerns that you stumble upon. The support will be there to help hold you accountable and get you to where you want to be on an overall level.
Bloodprint® Diagnostic Testing and Nutritional Program
The Bloodprint® is a food sensitivity test that tests for 88 to 207 foods depending on which test you choose.
There is more than a 95% chance that something you are eating every day is actually toxic to your system!
What is the Bloodprint® test?
Years ago scientists discovered your body has an internal chemical balance that is as unique to you as your fingerprint. Likewise, every food you eat has its own “chemical balance”.
As your body reacts differently to each and every food, the food you eat each day will enhance proper body chemistry, or disrupt the correct balance. In fact, 95% of the people we’ve tested show that one or more foods they regularly eat cause a toxic reaction in their body.
You might not even notice these toxic reactions. Most of them work at a cellular level and may cause symptoms that you won’t notice right away. Or, you might not EVER make the connection that what you’re eating is actually damaging your body.
So, nutritious foods you eat (like corn, soy, egg whites, green pepper, whey, or chicken, for example) may actually act like a poison in your body. When you eat foods that form toxins in your system, those foods can cause harmful, chronic problems with your health.
The way we measure how your body reacts to the foods you eat is through the Bloodprint® test, which pinpoints the foods that support healthy body chemistry and those that are toxic to you.
The GI Effects® Comprehensive Stool Profile is an advanced stool test that provides immediate, actionable clinical information for the management of gastrointestinal health. Utilizing cutting-edge technologies and biomarkers, this test offers valuable insight into digestive function, intestinal inflammation, and the intestinal microbiome.
What Kind of Patient Benefits From Having The GI Effects Comprehensive Stool Profile ?
The GI Effects Comprehensive Stool Profile can reveal important information about the root cause of many common gastrointestinal symptoms such as gas, bloating, indigestion, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and constipation. This stool analysis utilizes biomarkers such as Calprotectin to differentiate between Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).3,4 In addition, the GI Effects test can be used to evaluate patients with a clinical history that suggests a gastrointestinal infection or dysbiosis. Gut microbes are codependent with one another and with their human host, and the health of one affects the other. A sizeable volume of research associates a dysbiotic, or imbalanced gut microbiome with multiple disease states both within and outside of the GI tract.1,2 The diverse metabolic activities of the microbiome ultimately impact the human host, and the activities of the human host ultimately affect the health of their microbiome.