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Integrative Clinical Nutrition

Working with an integrative nutrition practitioner

Combine principles of medical nutrition therapy with integrative and functional medicine to provide the patient with counseling, education, and guidance for personalized, whole-foods-based diet and lifestyle recommendations. 

Areas of focus include dietary changes, lifestyle modifications, specific foods, meal timing, meal patterns, physical activity recommendations, collaboration with health care team, nutrient analysis though lab work and physical assessment, medication interactions, functional foods and supplement suggestions.

This referral is especially useful for preventative care to optimize health or for individuals facing nutrition-related challenges such as

  • diabetes
  • kidney disease
  • hypertension
  • weight loss for overweight or obesity (BMI>25)
  • gastrointestinal symptoms/illness (intestinal dysbiosis, IBS, IBD, gastric bypass, surgery to primary or supporting digestive organs)
  • thyroid disorders
  • food allergies
  • cardiovascular disease
  • significant exposure to antibiotics, chronic use of PPI or NSAIDs
  • inflammatory conditions
  • mitochondrial dysfunction disorders
  • cancer
  • mood or memory disorders
  • advanced athletic/fitness training

What to expect from and appointment with CIN

Integrative nutrition services are typically a referral based appointment made in conjunction with one of the members of your care team. Appointments may be scheduled by calling (858) 249-6890. Patients are asked to complete a 3-day food record and medication + supplement list prior to their first visit and may be found here, patient resources.  

Make an Appointment

Appointments may be scheduled by calling (858) 249-6890.