The new year approaches, you decide to do a diet cleanse, but maybe you panic with all the information out there or you don’t know how to cook or it gets hard after a week or two and you give up. At Heart Spring Health, we offer Nutrition Counseling that guides you through starting, maintaining, and successfully completing a diet cleanse. Could a helping hand be just the motivation you need to clean-up your diet and transition into a way of eating that is sustainable and individualized?
Giving your gut a rest is a great way to feel renewed as you step into the new year.
Have you been struggling with?
- Digestive problems
- Chronic inflammation
- Blood sugar issues
- Inability to focus
- Skin issues
- Joint pain
A diet cleanse could be your ticket to better health. Imagine increased energy, freedom from digestive distress, and a better relationship with food. Although this is not necessarily about weight-loss diet, you may be surprised by the changes. By eliminating all of the potential “trigger” foods that have been known to cause gut issues, your digestion will have a chance to rest and repair while you learn to feed it naturally and intuitively.
What can I expect from a diet cleanse?
Your first diet cleanse nutrition appointment does not mean you have to start right away. Maybe you are just thinking about doing a cleanse at some point in the future, and you want to learn more about taking the leap. You may even decide that this is not the best time for you, but now you have all the information you need to make a more informed decision.
Your Heart Spring Health Diet Cleanse Schedule
If a diet cleanse is something that interests you, but you just need that extra push to get started, schedule an appointment today! Appointments with a nutritionist will keep you on track and learn skills that extend beyond the cleanse. Use this opportunity to not just complete a cleanse, but develop life-long eating habits to sustain a healthy you.
Stay tuned for our next post about types of diet cleanses
Mary Bailey is the Registered Dietitian at Heart Spring Health in Southeast Portland, Oregon. She completed her 1,200 Dietetic Internship hours with a variety of experienced RD’s throughout the Portland area, covering a wide variety of conditions and populations. She received her Masters of Science in Holistic Nutrition through the National University of Natural Medicine where many of the ND’s at the clinic also completed their education. Along with continually learning, Mary spends her time exploring the outdoors, cooking, spending time with friends and family, and traveling. Learn more about Mary