Nutritional Counseling is advice on diet in support of other healing goals. This may include information on what foods to eat, when to eat, and how much to eat. It may include lab tests to identify reactive and non-reactive foods. It may include recommendations on seasonal foods to enjoy or avoid. We believe that there is no one-size-fits-all diet. We work with each patient to find the diet that is most suited to their constitution and preferences. While some thrive on a vegetarian diet, others do well on a paleo type of diet. And still others fit somewhere in between. We also take into consideration potential food intolerances that can be one of the underlying "hidden" factors that contribute to all sorts of symptoms from IBS to migraines to fatigue, amongst other ailments. All these suggestions are personalized to the individual being treated, rather than being uniformly applied to everyone. Most healing traditions include emphasis on food as part of restoring health to the body.