Revive & reenergize your cells
If you zoomed in on your hand (insert any body part here?), you’d find millions of tiny microscopic cells that make up your skin. In fact, cells are the foundation for all of our organs and tissues; they provide the structure for the essential processes that run our body.
It’s super important that the “batteries” charging these cells don’t get drained. Remember the mitochondria you learned about in elementary school? Mitochondria are the powerhouses that fuel our cells and all bodily functions that require energy.
Mitochondria, where our metabolism takes place, are dependent upon nutrients. Factors such as diet, medications, environmental toxins, and poor stress resilience, along with other diseases or conditions, can cause our mitochondria to dysfunction. Dysfunctional and aging mitochondria are associated with infertility, digestive problems, heart diseases, diabetes, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue. Fun fact: there are ten times more mitochondria in female egg cells than in any other cell in the body.
Through diet, lifestyle strategies, and the addition of specific nutrients, we can replace or recharge the “batteries” of our cells to restore the power our body needs to function optimally.
This phase focuses on:
- assessing & correcting nutritional deficiencies
- diet modification to rehabilitate mitochondria
- enhancing energy & metabolism
- utilize nutritional tests that assess your mitochondrial function and overall nutrient levels
- if needed, retest gut and/or hormones for a re-evaluation.
- receive updated diet and supplement plan.
- adopt some mito-loving lifestyle habits.
- replete low micronutrient levels and optimize metabolism through food choices and supplements.
- establish your personal lifestyle plan
Working with Audrey has been so beneficial in so many ways. She has helped me to see how food can be such an immense healing tool. My energy levels are higher, I sleep soundly through the night, and I do not have the pain and discomfort that I thought at one time was just normal to have. Audrey has helped to change my relationship to food and my own health for the better.