NOW ACCEPTING CLIENTS : Your Health is in Your Hands

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Written by Peter Wright

Achieving your personal health goals requires an approach tailored to your body’s uniquely individual needs, as no one approach to health and healing is right for everyone.  Optimal health requires achieving balance in the body’s physiological foundations.  Poor nutrition results in weaknesses in these foundations and leads to the countless health problems we see today.




I have spent years studying diet and nutrition, and as I absorbed this knowledge, I applied it to my own body.  Dramatic results unfolded, including permanent weight loss and resolution of chronic health ailments previously impervious to traditional medicine.  I found the results amazing!   I have expanded upon this practical experience by becoming a board-certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner through the Nutritional Therapy Association.

 
As a student in the Nutritional Therapist Training Program, I participated, along with classmates from across the US and Canada, in a rigorous course curriculum including anatomy, physiology, basic chemistry, and the science of food and its’ nutritional components.  I learned evaluative techniques for identifying and addressing imbalances in the body and nutritional interventions for improving overall health and wellness.


Practicing as a Holistic Health Coach, I use my training as Nutritional Therapy Practitioner to teach clients to take control of their own health through changes to diet, supplementation where necessary, and lifestyle modification to reduce stress.   Utilizing an extensive set of evaluative tools I formulate a program unique to each individual designed to help each achieve optimum health.   Use our contact form to book an appointment at our office in central Maine or remotely through an e-mail consultation.


We are quite literally what we eat.  Our bodies must construct each cell, tissue, and organ with the raw materials derived from the foods we consume.   If those raw materials are deficient, then the cells are deficient and we suffer the consequences.  I believe good nutrition can improve every aspect of your health including the following:

  •          Bodyweight
  •          Pain Level
  •          Strength
  •          Energy Level and Endurance
  •          Cognitive Function
  •          Immune/Allergy Function
  •          Cardiovascular Health
  •          Hormonal Balance



As a nation, and as a global community, our health is in crisis.  We are experiencing a global epidemic of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.  The world health organization predicts the rise in obesity rates could equate to 7.8 million new cases of diabetes and 6.8 million new cases of coronary heart disease by 2030, (1) and cancer is expected to increase 75 percent in the same time period.  (2)  The Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is uniquely suited to provide clients with the knowledge they need to avoid becoming part of these statistics.



(1) Miller, Talea, August 25, 2011, PBS Newshour,Obesity Rates Rising Worldwide, Half of U.S. Could Be Obese by 2030”
(2) June 1, 2012, Healthday, “Worldwide Cancer Incidence Predicted to Rise 75% by 2030, according to the report published online May 31 in The Lancet Oncology.”

Peter Wright, NTP, CGP

Peter Wright, NTP, CGP

Nutritional Therapy and GAPS Diet Practioner at Healing Center of Maine
I’m on a mission to help you prevent and reverse chronic illness by utilizing nutrition to restore your body’s natural balance.

Contact me directly for a free 30 minute consultation.
Peter Wright, NTP, CGP

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