We should all know by now that dieting doesn’t really work. We’ve seen and heard about them all— the keto diet, the paleo diet, the Atkins diet, Weight Watchers, meal replacement diets, and the list goes on and on.

The problem with these diets is that they typically work on a temporary basis— sure, you’ll lose weight and feel “healthier” while you’re on them, but ultimately you’ll be taken all the way back to square one the moment you slip up or stop adhering to their specific restrictions. 

Typically, everyone’s end goal is the same when it comes to dieting— we all want to look and feel great in our bodies. The problem is, when you seek a temporary solution to a long-term goal, the end result will always fall short. 

A personalized nutrition plan, on the other hand, is an outline specifically designated for you to give you general guidelines of what and how much you should eat on a daily or weekly basis. 

By collecting your personal health data—such as DNA tests, stool tests, metabolism tests, and so on— we are able to tailor nutrition recommendations specific to you based on the recommendations given to others with similar traits as you.

Because let’s face it— we’re all built very differently genetically, and so we all have our different tolerances to different foods. It’s important to know one’s body on a highly personalized level in order to meet your long-term nutrition goals and live an overall healthy lifestyle.