Jennifer Clemente MS, CNS
Have you been suffering with unexplained bloating, fatigue, brain fog, GI issues, pain, skin conditions or even infertility? If so, call today for a free 15 minute consultation to find out if a functional evaluation is right for you.
What is Functional Nutrition?
Clients are often surprised that as a nutritionist, I question and address areas of the body that seem to have little to do with food such as sleep, energy levels, skin conditions, mood and chronic health conditions. Functional nutrition recognizes that the body and its systems are all integrated and inseparable with each area contributing to the health of the whole. Rather than simply working to manage or cover-up symptoms, this method asks why illness is occurring and actively searches for the root cause of dysfunction. By utilizing testing including genetics, blood, stool and breath it is possible to uncover subtle changes disrupting normal biochemistry and metabolism. I use targeted nutritional plans and supplements to increase the function of various systems of the body, allowing it to return to a state of wellbeing.
"Jennifer was amazingly helpful in making over my diet to support my healing after I was diagnosed with an autoimmune thyroid disorder. Her knowledge of nutritional needs and supplements for someone struggling with my issues has been unparalleled. She switched up my diet and supplements regularly, as needed. She adjusted things based on how I felt rather than based on the numbers from my blood work. Even when I was going through the most difficult times, Jennifer remained positive and hopeful about my health. Unlike other medical professionals, I feel like Jennifer truly cares about me. After nearly a year of working with Jennifer, I am off all medication and feeling great." —Ami
Turkey MeatloafMay 29, 2018
Diets: SIBO, Autoimmune A healthier alternative to the classic dish, this 6 ingredient turkey meatloaf is full of flavor and great to make and keep for week day leftovers! Ingredients: 1 pound chopped turkey, white and dark meat 1 bunch scallions, white bottom discarded, green tops, chopped 1/3 cup black Kalamata olives, chopped 1 bunch fresh baby spinach, washed and ...
Quinoa and Cucumber SaladMay 29, 2018
Diet: FODMAP, SIBO, BBN This refreshing quinoa & cucumber salad can be the perfect lunch to prepare for the week or use as a side dish for dinner. Very few ingredients & extremely simple to make! Ingredients: 1 cup quinoa 1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil 1 large organic cucumber, washed, peeled and sliced ½ cup flat leaf parsley or cilantro ...
Parchment Paper Oven Steamed Fish With VegetablesMay 22, 2018
Prepare & slide in the oven! One of the easiest and tastiest dinners to prepare - parchment paper being the #1 key ingredient in this one. Choose your favorite fish & vegetables to cook & you're ready to go. Ingredients: 1lb fish (your choice) washed and cut into 2 pieces 1 medium red onion 2 cloves chopped garlic 1” piece ...
Shepherd’s PieMay 22, 2018
Diet: SIBO & Autoimmune We all love a warm comfort food once in a while and it's not something we need to give up! This Shepherd's Pie recipe is a healthier version loaded with nutrients that won't have you feeling like a couch potato after. Enjoy!! **This recipe is tailored & safe for readers with SIBO & Autoimmune Filling: 1 ...
Grass-Fed Beef TacosMay 22, 2018
Diet: Autoimmune & SIBO Spice it up with taco night! These grass-fed beef tacos served in romaine lettuce boats are a Body Bliss favorite - tasty, simple to make, and nutritious! Ingredients: 1lb ground beef 1 package hearts of romaine lettuce 1 pack small sweet peppers, washed, seeds removed and chopped (AVOID for Autoimmune protocol) 1 head of swiss chard ...
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