free nutrition guides

Free nutrition guides

Download our free nutrition guides to get access to our best tips on reducing inflammation, calming digestive distress, losing weight, and preparing healthy lunches and snacks for your kids!

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Get off the Rollercoaster & Balance Your Blood Sugar

Do you have cravings for sugar or carbs during the day or right after a meal? Do you take the concept of hangry (hungry-angry) to an all-new level? Has your doctor told you that your glucose levels are too high and that you need to lower your carb intake or avoid the “white foods”? If this sounds like you, your blood sugar could be out of balance. Download our free guide to learn how to get off the rollercoaster and keep your energy levels stable.

Your guide to eating an anti-inflammatory diet

Feeling inflamed? Symptoms of inflammation are wide reaching and can include chronic pain, headaches, weight gain, fatigue, depression, insomnia, and a weakened immune system. Download our free guide to learn how to reduce inflammation, reset your immune system, and start healing your body, brain and metabolism!

Digestion Reset

Food sensitivities, inflammatory foods, poor digestive function, stress, hormone imbalances, and imbalances in gut bacteria can all cause uncomfortable, embarrassing, and lifestyle-altering digestive symptoms such as diarrhea, constipation, bloating, nausea, cramping, and heartburn. The good news is, you can reset your system and find relief. Download our free guide to learn how to reset your digestive system!

Your guide to healthy lunches & school snacks

It can be tough to get kids to eat healthy — especially when you’re trying to come up with quick and convenient lunches and snacks for them to take to school. But with a few key guidelines, it is possible to get your kids excited about creating and eating healthy — and delicious — meals!

Your guide to weight loss

Frustrated with trying to lose weight? Weight loss is a slow progression, both mentally and physically, with many influencing factors. It’s easy to jump into a trending radical diet without giving attention to the foundations of health. When these important steps are overlooked, we often end up with unsustainable changes that result in a rebound of our efforts followed by feelings of failure. Our free guide provides you with simple tips to make sustainable changes to your diet and lifestyle for a solid foundation of health.

Nutrition therapy is not intended as a diagnosis, treatment, prescription, or cure for any disease, or as a substitute for medical care. Jen Marshall and Stacy St Germain are not licensed medical providers. Nutrition plans are not intended as a substitution for traditional medical care, nor should be interpreted as medical advice, but instead is an adjunctive and supportive therapy.

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