What Conditions I Work With As A Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner.

working with a functional health coach

Really any health condition can be supported by a Functional Diagnostic Practitioner (FDN-P). As your FDN-P, I will combine highly-strategic functional tests with extremely thorough client intake processes, I will then create protocols that help to support every cell, tissue, organ and system in your body.

Here are some of the main conditions I work with:

Gut Health Issues / IBS / Crohn’s Disease / Leaky Gut Syndrome

Women’s Health Issues – Menopause / Endometriosis / PCOS /

Rheumatoid Arthritis / Inflammatory Conditions. 

Chronic Stress / Fatigue / Depression

Allergies and Food Sensitivities

 Eczema / Acne / Rosacea 

I have worked with a lot more conditions than the above, these are just some of the more common conditions that people seek my assistance with healing. If you have any questions about how I many support your health journey please drop me an email HERE. 

Functional testing is available worldwide, please contact me HERE to find out the testing process in your local area.

Tiffany x

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