Many of us have struggled with conventional medicine. It has failed to meet our needs to resolve chronic health conditions. In recent decades, an entirely different model has emerged. Functional Medicine seeks out the root causes of illness and chronic symptoms. Treatments target imbalance in the immune system, the gut and detox pathways. This model of care addresses the whole person, to support the body’s innate healing capacity. A whole-foods, nutrient-dense diet is one pillar of this approach.
Rebecca Sauselein MS, CNS®
Rebecca is a state licensed nutritionist and a Certified Nutrition Specialist® practitioner. Prior to her nutrition training, Rebecca gained firsthand experience with food cultures that differ greatly from the United States, both in Mexico and Spain. After returning to the U.S., Rebecca completed her master’s in Nutrition Science at Bastyr University, in Washington. After graduation, Rebecca earned board certification by completing 1,000 hours of supervised nutrition practice in Seattle.
Motivated by her own struggle with IBS and lack of answers from conventional medicine doctors, Rebecca specializes in GI function and helping clients who are not getting resolution. Rebecca’s training and experience supports clients with a variety of scenarios…
- Allergies and hypersensitivity
- Chronic fatigue and brain fog
- Autoimmune conditions
- Blood sugar balance
- Hormone imbalance and PCOS
- GI Symptoms
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists owns the certification mark Certified Nutrition Specialist® in the United States, which it awards to individuals who successfully complete the initial and ongoing certification requirements established by the BCNS.