Lab Testing to Define Your Unique Needs
Wholesome Foods for Energy and Vitality
Exercise to Fit Your Lifestyle
A Personalized Holistic Plan
Functional nutritional medicine is simply restoring health through the art and science of precision nutrition.
Physical symptoms such as bloating, fatigue, depression, foggy brain or chronic insomnia are signals that the body is out of balance. It doesn’t always mean we need medicine or surgery or even that we have a serious illness. Finding the reasons or the cause of symptoms and correcting them will often restore energy and vitality without medical intervention. Or even help keep the body strong while going through medical treatment. Nutritional science has advanced. Knowing our genetics, lifestyle, environment, history, and using specialized testing can help create a personal road map to restoring health, holistically. We no longer need to guess what might be going on to achieve our goals. Bio-individuality makes us unique meaning no general food/diet, exercise, supplement, sleep habits etc is beneficial to everyone.
Having gone through my own personal health struggles, I have come to understand how important it is to continually learn with the ever changing environment and put those changes into practice.
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About Gay Riley, MS, RD, CCN, FMN
Gay Riley, a Functional Medicine Nutritionist, started a private nutrition practice in Dallas, Texas in 1991 and founded netnutritionist.com in 1997. For over 30 years she has worked with people locally, nationally and internationally to help them achieve better health and wellness goals through personalized nutrition with wholistic solutions. Gay has authored two books; The Pocket Personal Trainer and Daily Records which are still in print after 13 years. Gay had a monthly column in the local Health and Fitness magazine for 13 years and has appeared on both television and radio. She contributes to national magazines such as Woman’s Day, Prevention Magazine, Men’s Fitness, Cooking Light, scientific publications, and national newspapers.