“I just had to share with you that today I made your ‘Leafy Green’ kale salad (which is a staple for me now) and my son, who ranks among the pickiest of eaters, tried some and loved it. So did my daughter, who is home from college for a week. She decided she is going to make it at school and keep it in her fridge in the dorm. Your impact spreads far and wide....”
LOVE your food, LOVE yourself.
“You have been one of the few healthcare providers/friends that have truly
made a positive impact and changed the course of my health for the better.” Kelly
Single Session: $93.00/hr (4% discount cash/checks = $89.00)
Five sessions: $410.00 (4% discount cash/checks = $395)
This rate is $70 discounted off regular rate
Ten sessions: $780.00 (4% discount cash/checks = $750)
This rate is $180 discounted off regular rate
Call Pam for an appointment today: 303-665-7992
If you don't LOVE what you eat, you won't sustain it.
Your Nutrition Program Includes:
Written meal plans
Recipes and E-Cookbooks
Learning how to eat “consciously” to optimize digestion, nutrient absorption, and pleasure.
Dining out strategies.
Cooking classes to show you how delicious and easy healthy eating can be.
Grocery tour to help clear up confusion, label reading to find GMO’s, MSG, determine fat burning carb to protein ratios in foods, find allergens you may need to avoid, and ways to find quick and easy healthy prepared foods.
Programs focus on healing foods that provide energy, mental clarity, reduce pain and inflammation, improve mood and hormonal balance.
Clinical Nutrition Programs:
Pam’s clinical nutrition programs are designed to help people with high cholesterol, triglycerides or blood sugar, insulin resistance, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, thyroid disorders, adrenal fatigue, weight loss, weight gain, sports nutrition, osteoporosis, digestive issues, Crohn’s, Colitis, allergies, autoimmune disease, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, toxic accumulation, menopause, pregnancy, ADHD, autism, Asperger’s, and more..
Food as Medicine
Let Pam teach you how to minimize the genetic expression of disease through diet and lifestyle alterations.