Gina Phelps a graduate of the Nutritional Therapy Association program. She believes in the importance of properly prepared whole foods that are delicious, nourish our bodies, and restore good health. Gina’s health journey began many years ago when her children developed allergies and she wanted to help them heal without pharmaceutical drugs.
Radically inspired by the Weston A. Price Foundation and their commitment to traditional cooking and fermenting techniques, Gina now desires to teach others how to have natural health. After becoming a Certified Healing Food Specialist Gina felt called to continue her education and become a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. She has also undergone training to become a GAPS practitioner. Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) is a condition which establishes a connection between the functions of the digestive system and the brain. Practitioners learn natural treatments for autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, eating disorders, and more.
She has continued her training and is a Certified Meridian Stress Assessment Technician. This modality has allowed her to quickly identify the stressors and weakness in the body.
Her services include a Biofrequency evaluation , Blood work analysis, wellness assessment questionnaire, food journal analysis, personalized goal setting, step-by-step wellness plans, education, email/phone support to guide you through the process, and more.
With clients Gina looks at the primary foundations of health: digestion, blood sugar balance, mineral and vitamin balance, hydration, diet, and lifestyle. She then addresses issues with food assimilation, allergies/sensitivities or blood sugar, mineral and vitamin imbalance; enables a diet of properly prepared, locally grown, nutrient-dense whole foods; and helps them manage stress, enhance sleep, and live better. Her goal is to get you feeling better so you can live life with more joy!
She is now an 11-year veteran homeschooler and lives in Warrenton, Virginia with her husband on Sweet Blessings Farm where they raise free-range chickens and forest raised pigs.
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