Holistic Nutrition

Nutrition is a key element of good health. Holistic nutrition is the modern natural approach to developing a healthy balanced diet while taking into account the person as a whole. Holistic health is an approach to treating a person’s well being by taking into consideration all aspects of life. A long term course of action includes emotional and spiritual health along with the physical body. Modern traditional medicine tends to focus on treating symptoms rather than finding the root cause. If a person is experiencing a symptom or chronic condition, the problem has most likely been developing for some time. The goal of holistic nutrition is to facilitate a health recovery plan as well as build a strong foundation for long term optimum health. Sunu’s Integrative Health Coach Kristin can work with you to design a personalized nutrition program to help to recover and protect your health, prevent allergic reactions and alleviate symptoms of many disorders.

Kristin Elam, CHC, Health and Sound Therapist (Minnetonka)

Kristin Elam, CHC, Health and Sound Therapist
Kristin is a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach & Level III Atma Buti Tibetan Bowl Therapist. She graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has received her International Health Coaching Certification through the International Association for Health Coaches (IAHC). Her focus is in mind-body healing through personalized health coaching sessions that address all aspects of health and wellbeing. Kristin’s goal is to help you discover what makes you feel happy and healthy so you can live authentically and thrive. Whether in addition to health coaching or as an individual session, she would love to share the powerful healing effects of sound therapy with you using authentic Tibetan Bowls.

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Paige Francis, Health Coach (Linden Hills)

Paige is a Holistic Health & Nutrition Coach offering virtual and in-person sessions at our Linden Hills location. She has an undergraduate degree in Political Science, and graduated with a MS in Applied Clinical Nutrition from Northeast College of Health Sciences. When working with Paige you can expect a clinical approach, not unlike you might experience at a Doctor’s office. But rather than treating symptoms with pills and prescriptions, Paige will offer adjustments to lifestyle using nutrition, diet, and an individualized, achievable care plan meant to create lasting change. She draws from the collaborative approach to care that SuNu offers and models her sessions in the same way. Helping patients really understand underlying conditions and empowering them to make good choices for their health needs and goals is her main objective.

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