Increase energy, lose weight, reduce stress, improve sleep, improve digestion, balance hormones, detoxify your body, and reduce inflammation.

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About Debi Robinson

I am a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner and Yoga Therapist. I decided to go this route with my certification because I loved the fact that we run labs to help uncover hidden stressors inside the body. Using functional lab work with stool, urine, blood and saliva we are able to uncover hidden stressors in the hormone, immune detoxification, digestion, energy production and nervous system. We get clinical correlation from the labs and the information gathered on intake forms and through conversation to help put together protocols to help move a person back to optimal health.

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What is Functional Diagnostic Nutrition?

Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN) is an emerging field and growing body of work that bridges the gap between clinical nutrition and functional medicine.

FDN is a holistic discipline that employs functional laboratory assessments to identify malfunctions and underlying conditions at the root of most common health complaints.

FDN embraces metabolic individuality and provides a step by step method that allows our patients and clients to achieve repeatable, consistent and successful clinical outcomes.

This is what is so appealing to me and why I chose it as my program of study!

I’ve ran many labs on myself to uncover my own health issues and used the information uncovered to heal myself. This worked for me! Let me help you, too!

Running labs offers offers identification and correction of malfunctions of the:

  • Hormone
  • Immune
  • Digestion
  • Detoxification
  • Intestinal Barrier Systems

Let me help you restore these pillars of health to normal function and return to vibrant health!

“Stress-related health problems are responsible for up to 80% of visits to the doctor and account for the third highest health care expenditures, behind only heart disease and cancer. But as few as 3% of doctors actually talk to patients about how to reduce stress.”

-Harvard University