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Functional Nutrition


 
 

Enhance Your Quality of Life with One-on-One Functional Nutrition Counseling


Struggling with pain, chronic fatigue, body aches, bloating, or constipation? What you are eating and drinking may be the culprit. At Executive Medicine of Texas, we understand the road to better health is a journey. We are here for you every step of the way. That’s why we’ve created a functional nutrition program designed to be specific and targeted.

Food is truly medicine. Increased energy, better quality of sleep, improved moods; those are just a handful of advantages our programs can bring you. Are you ready to start eating and living better?

 

Why Choose a Functional Nutritionist?


Unlike most typical nutrition programs, our specialized program focuses on making individualized changes to your nutrition in order to help prevent and decrease the symptoms associated with chronic disease. Everyone is different, so your nutrition plan and recommendations should be as well.

With the help of our functional nutritionists, we develop a personalized plan of action designed just for you.

 

 

Manage Chronic Health Issues


If you have a chronic health issue, the problem may be linked to your diet, and with proper nutrition your symptoms will improve dramatically.

If you have one of the conditions listed below, or any other chronic health condition, nutritional counseling is something that should be part of your wellness plan.

  •  Acid Reflux
  •  Auto-immune diseases (Lupus, Lyme Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Hastimotos, etc.)
  •  Bloating
  •  Celiac Disease
  •  Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes
  •  Heart Disease
  •  High Blood Pressure
  •  High Cholesterol
  •  High Triglycerides
  •  Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  •  Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  •  Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver
  •  Obesity

 

What’s Included in Our Services


Here’s What To Expect:

  •  Introduction to your functional nutritionist and review of comprehensive intake form, which details your individual concerns and goals
  •  Initial program labwork (CBC, CMP, Hormone Panel, A1C, Lipid Panel, hsCRP, Insulin Resistance, TSH, TPO, T3, T4)
  •  3X4 Genetic Testing, which provides a personal blueprint to your health
  •  1 hour consultation and lab review with your functional nutritionist
  •  Personal functional nutrition plan and binder with individualized recipes
  •  Pre and post Inbody™ scans (2 total)
  •  4 additional visits with your provider to use within an 8 week window

$2,500

 

It Takes More Than Just Your ‘Diet’


Looking for more? We understand how important it is to get this right. That’s why we offer 3x4 Genetic Testing to complement your nutritional journey and help you reach your goals.

 

Manage Chronic Health Issues


Here at Executive Medicine of Texas, we believe that knowing your genetic code is the key to personalized care.

Why? Because you can learn a lot from your DNA!

Our genes have an impact on our bodies starting at the cellular level, and can have an effect on the following processes:

  •  Methylation
  •  Inflammation
  •  Oxidative Stress
  •  Detoxification

 

Our genes also contribute to a well-functioning cardiovascular system in the following ways:

  •  Blood clotting
  •  Cholesterol choices
  •  Vascular health
  •  Blood pressure

 

Genetic testing can also uncover what's affecting your energy levels and weight. Specific genes can influence things like your appetite and how satiated, or full, you feel at the end of a meal.

Since genes influence aerobic training and oxygen usage, a genetic test can provide insights into your current fitness levels vs. your potential. It can also tell you whether your body is more conditioned for endurance exercises, like running or biking, or for power exercises, like sprinting or weight lifting.

Finally, your genes can tell you a lot about what types of nutrients are best for your body, and how well your body absorbs and metabolizes them. Your genes can affect how your body processes caffeine, iron, fatty acids, choline, folate, gluten, vitamin D, salt, vitamin C, and vitamin B12. Knowing this information will ultimately help you make better food choices.

 

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Meet Our Functional Nutrition Counselors


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Randi True, PA-C, FNA-C

My name is Randi True, and I am a Physician Assistant who has practiced family medicine for the past 25 years. Over the past several years, I became disheartened and grew weary of treating symptoms with “band-aid” medicine.

The detective in me wanted to know why exactly these symptoms were occurring and how to make them stop at the source. This is why Functional Medicine and Nutrition is a passion for me.

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Rory Brown, FNA-C

As an educator for over 40 years, as well as being involved in the fitness industry, I have always wanted to make the connection between nutrition and fitness so my clients would be more successful at achieving their health goals. I did not want to be the “cookie cutter” nutritionist that’s on every street corner.

Rather, I wanted to be the one who found an individual’s root cause for feeling the way they do, or for not being able to lose the weight they want. I understand the importance of gut health and ways to work with patients to discover the underlying cause of their issues.I can give them answers and a plan.

Location

Executive Medicine of Texas
2106 East State Hwy 114 , Suite 300
Southlake, TX 76092
Phone: 817-552-4300
Fax: 817-552-4301

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817-552-4300