Lab Testing to Define Your Unique Needs
Wholesome Foods for Energy and Vitality
Exercise to Fit Your Lifestyle
A Personalized Holistic Plan
Hello! I’m Gay Riley, a functional medicine nutritionist. What is functional nutritional medicine? It is simply restorative health through the art and science of precision nutrition.
If you’re experiencing symptoms such as bloating or fatigue after meals or chronic insomnia, these could be signals of potential illness. Gathering information about your condition enables me to evaluate some of the possible causes of your symptoms and design a personalized roadmap for you that leads towards balanced healing. Listening to your story, details about your lifestyle and medical history, and doing specialized lab and genetic testing allows me to remove some of the guess work and provides valuable clues for holistic solutions. I will then be able to prescribe the foods, lifestyle habits, environmental factors, integrative therapies and targeted supplementation best suited to your needs.
Having gone through my own personal health struggles, I have come to understand how important it is for me to continually learn and adapt to everchanging environmental challenges, and to share the benefits of my discoveries with my clients.
Let me help you dig deep and together we will find the best path to your long term health and vitality!
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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.