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Hello there!

My name is Alyssa Hustedt and I am a certified Nutritional Therapy Consultant and a Restorative Wellness Practitioner.

As a dancer for most of my life, my passion for nutrition and healing stems from my own experience with body image issues, chronic fatigue, digestive and hormonal dysfunction.  From lifestyle and dietary recommendations to more extensive testing with supplement support, I work with the body as a whole to investigate the underlying causes of specific symptoms such as heartburn, fatigue, bloating, mood swings, hormonal issues, anxiety, depression, weight gain, or other chronic pain or problems.  I will work with you to uncover root issues and help implement an effective protocol for lasting change.

I do not believe there is a one-size-fits-all approach to health.  Our bodies are uniquely different and wonderfully made and should be treated as such in respect to picking a path toward healing.  My goal as a practitioner is to work with your specific bio-individual needs, uncover where the root of your issue or illness may lie, and create a path toward a full, enjoyable life. 

If you are in need of nutritional therapy, don’t hesitate to reach out at alyssa.ntc@gmail.com or sign up for a free 15-min consult.

 
 
Working with Alyssa was a breath of fresh air. What stood out to me is that she really listened. She cares about her clients—their stories and unique struggles. In talking with her I learned some of the scientific “whys” of why my body wasn’t functioning properly as well as simple tools to bring things back into balance. She rejoiced in the small victories I had and helped me to navigate frustrations. With so many healthy “trends” that can be downright overwhelming, Alyssa’s approach was simple and straightforward. I was able to incorporate her suggestions bit by bit so I didn’t get overwhelmed and just quit. I feel more empowered in how to listen to my body. I’m so thankful I was able to connect with Alyssa—she brought me hope that balanced eating is possible and that feeling awful doesn’t have to be normal.
— Alayna B.