We are what we eat, as they say, and the typical diet of most Americans has left them fat, sick, and nearly dead. Sadly, when it comes to their nutritional health, most people don’t even know where to begin. That’s where we come in. We’ve helped countless individuals restore their nutritional balance and we can help you too!
What are the goals of nutritional counseling?
Nutritional counseling is a form of health care that focuses on helping individuals make positive dietary changes to improve their overall health and wellbeing. The goals of nutritional counseling vary depending on the individual’s needs and health status. Generally, the goals of nutritional counseling are to:
- Educate individuals on the importance of healthy eating habits and the role of nutrition in overall health.
- Assess individual dietary needs and provide personalized nutrition advice and guidance.
- Enact a nutritional plan that will help achieve health goals and optimize well being.
Our Nutritional Health Methods
At Optimum Wellness Solutions, we aim to blend the skills and experience we’ve acquired from both our formal education and years of serving the Richardson, TX community.
We use two primary science-backed, time tested methods to help you achieve true nutritional balance.
GUT RECOVERY ESTABLISHMENT AND STRENGTHEN TOOLS (G.R.E.A.T)
G.R.E.a.T is Optimum Wellness Solutions unique system of nutritional and diet protocols that utilize ancient healing and modern technique to recovery a healthy gut. Eliminating Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and large intestinal dysbiosis. A healthy gut is essential to a healthy life.
ZYTO is designed to enhance your current health process by providing additional data readings directly from the body. This data can be incorporated with client history, to help us ask better questions and recommend more relevant nutrition and services.
With ZYTO, we can scan for hundreds of stressor and find solutions to balance them in just a few minutes. The ability to collect more data in a shorter amount of time can assist you in developing a more effective plan for your life that will help you reach your wellness goals faster.
Determine biological coherence with a simple scan
Using automated bio surveys and library inventory features, the Balance accomplishes several objectives:
- Identifies specific nutritional supplements and essential oils you may need for a biological coherence.
- Scans more than 190 biomarkers and identifies key biomarker areas for which you may need additional support.
- Identifies the clinical services for which you shows a biological coherence.
- Identifies biological coherence to more than 300 foods to help you make better dietary choices.
Take your wellness to the next level
The Balance allows us to provide valuable wellness insights to you in real time.
Quick & easy and painless solution
You can complete a basic scan that determines products and other wellness services they you are biologically coherent with. More in-depth report information can then be reviewed later if desired.
BIOENERGETIC SYNCRONAZATION TECHNIQUE
BioEnergetic Syncronazation Technique What is B.E.S.T. (Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique)? Developed over 45 Years ago by Dr. M.T. Morter, Jr., the Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique (B.E.S.T.) is at the leading edge of Mind-Body Medicine. University researched, taught in several Chiropractic Colleges and professional continuing education seminars, B.E.S.T. is recognized as an effective healing science. Holding pulse points and applying gentle pressure in a specific sequence to various points on the body, accesses mind body healing. As a whole body healing and energy balancing technique, it helps remove the interference that keeps you sick and in pain. When you address the cause rather than the symptoms, you can activate your body’s innate ability to heal. The principles and concepts of the Morter HealthSystem and B.E.S.T. techniques are available to families, therapists, and other health care practitioners.
Who can benefit from nutritional counseling?
Nutritional counseling can be beneficial to anyone who wants to improve their overall health and wellbeing. It can be especially helpful for people who are trying to lose weight, manage a chronic health condition, or improve their overall nutrition.
People who are trying to lose weight can benefit from nutritional counseling because it can help them create a healthy eating plan that is tailored to their individual needs.
- Nutritional counseling is a type of therapy that focuses on the connection between food and health.
- It is used to help people make positive changes in their diet and lifestyle to improve their overall health.
- Nutritional counseling is typically provided by a registered dietitian or nutritionist.
- The goal of nutritional counseling is to help people make healthy food choices and create a balanced diet that meets their individual needs.
- Nutritional counseling can help people with a variety of health issues, including diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and eating disorders.
- During a nutritional counseling session, a dietitian or nutritionist will assess the client’s current diet and lifestyle and make recommendations for changes.
- They may also provide education about nutrition, healthy eating habits, and food safety.
- Nutritional counseling may also include meal planning, food label reading, and grocery shopping tips.
- In the United States, approximately 69% of adults are overweight or obese, with 39.8% of adults considered obese (CDC, 2019).
- According to the American Dietetic Association, the number of registered dietitians has increased by more than 50% since 2000, with over 100,000 registered dietitians in the United States (ADA, 2019).
- A study of over 1,000 adults found that those who received nutritional counseling from a registered dietitian had a significantly greater reduction in body mass index (BMI) than those who did not receive counseling (Gardner et al., 2017).
- A systematic review of over 20 studies found that nutritional counseling was associated with a significant reduction in total cholesterol levels (Kong et al., 2015).