A breakdown of milk/dairy alternatives: 
: Most processed, Has B,protein and iron.
Rice: More carbs than cows milk, vitamins are added in.
Almond: high in natural fats, zero cholesterol, usually has added sweeteners.
Oat: high in fiber but low in protein.
Coconut: naturally sweet , high oil content
Hemp: Lots of healthy fats, 3:1 ratio omega 6 to omega 3, also contains magnesium, calcium, fiber, and amino acids. Great source of vegan protein.

Peas: (yellow) 50% more calcium, 40% fewer calories, half the sugar, 1/3 saturated fats, no cholesterol compared to cows milk.


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  2. Physical fitness 
  3. Career
  4. Relationships     ~"Secondary Foods" are the foods on your plate. All of these "feed" you and are contingent on your whole health.

Primary Foods 

Non-dairy Milk Options

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Integrative Nutrition is "functional medicine". The idea is to clear up root causes before disease and illness set it. Together we work on you inside and out, from food to career, not just the part that ails you. THIS is how it's supposed to be done.

  • Diets of medical necessity
  • Proper nutrition
  • Wellness strategies
  • Emotional/Physical wellness
  • Healing through foods
  • Accountability
  • Cooking
  • Holistic Medicine
  • Food shopping
  • ​Exercise

My Specialties

What is Integrative Nutrition?

What should everyone take daily? Omega 3, Vitamin D, probiotics and B12. Why? Because our food growing soil has become depleted and we aren't in the sun & in nature as much as we were designed to be, leaving most Americans deficient. These few extras along with a well balanced diet will keep you covered.