Holistic nutritionists take a natural approach to health, using food to address whole body issues such as digestive wellness, hormonal imbalances, and autoimmune conditions. When working with one, you’ll receive a personalized plan that addresses your overall health and wellness. Sounds nice, right?
Live in San Francisco and looking for a holistic nutritionist, stat? To save you time, we found the most recommended holistic nutritionists in the Golden Gate City.
While based in San Francisco, the nutritionists at Happy Belly Health bring a virtual approach to the practice by meeting with clients solely over the phone, Skype, or FaceTime. Nutritionists focus on bio-individuality to determine each client’s “unique needs, lifestyle, preferences, and ancestral background.” Your initial one-hour consultation includes a review of your history, symptoms, lab work, and food journal entries to develop a personalized plan to achieve your health goals.
500 Sutter St. Number 906, San Francisco, CA 94102; (415) 565-1090
Founded by Stacy Roy, a clinical, board-certified nutritionist, this private practice focuses on digestive wellness, women’s health, and autoimmune wellness. Vital Nutrition offers a complimentary 15-minute nutrition consultation and 90-minute intake session, followed by 60- or 30-minute follow up sessions. All services are currently offered virtually by phone, Doxy.me, Skype, or FaceTime, with follow-ups over e-mail.
945 Taraval St. Number 255, San Francisco, CA 94116; (415) 890-6720
A certified nutrition consultant, Marisol Kim specializes in digestive wellness and balancing hormones to assist in making the entire body healthier. She offers a complimentary 30-minute consultation, a 3-month health-and-nutrition reset program, and a 6-month health-and-nutrition comprehensive. Throughout the program, clients have full access to e-mail coaching or even text messages for quick questions.
3705 17th St., San Francisco, CA 94114; (201) 916-0373
Under its umbrella of integrative medicine practitioners, you’ll find functional nutritionists that focus on taking a holistic approach to healing your body through food and diet, as well as lifestyle changes. This is a membership-based practice with locations in New York City and Los Angeles. If you’re looking for comprehensive health care under one roof, this might be the fit for you.
600 California St, 11th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94109; email@example.com
Food Therapy offers private coaching, group and private detox programs, and workshops to support and empower clients to choose healthy foods. Kristin Hoppe is a certified nutrition consultant, natural chef, and member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals.
Her Nutrition Consulting & Wellness Coaching Program is recommended for new clients looking to shift habits and attitudes around food. Offered in 3- and 6-month packages, the program includes two 45-minute coaching sessions per month (in person or by phone), unlimited e-mail support, a clear plan and session notes to take home, access to online nutrition resources and recipes, and a customized supplement plan with 10-percent off all supplements for clients in the program. Appointments are available in-person and by phone or Skype.
200 18th St., Suite 204, San Francisco, CA 94114; (415) 407-7339
A self-described intuitive eating counselor, eating psychology coach, holistic health coach, and health and wellness speaker, Renee Pletka takes a comprehensive, weight-neutral, non-diet approach to improve your relationship with food and your body. She offers a 20–30-minute complimentary consultation call and an immersive private coaching program starting with 10 sessions and extending as needed. The program begins with a 90-minute intake session followed by 60-minute sessions every other week, conducted in person and by phone or video.
3150 18th St. Suite 443, San Francisco, CA 94110; (415) 806-9305
In practice for 11 years, Duggan is a nutrition consultant and certified natural chef who knows the importance of enjoying a healthy diet. Her areas of expertise include autoimmune conditions, cardiovascular health, digestive health, energy regeneration, food allergies and/or sensitivities, mental focus, pre-diabetes reversal, and sustainable weight loss. Duggan’s services are offered online, with one-on-one consultations via Zoom’s HIPPA-compliant health platform. The first 15-minute informational session is free for new clients and is followed by paid sessions to facilitate the relationship moving forward. Karyn offers multiple packages for nutrition updates, check-ins, and nutrition overhauls.
If you’re seeking a practitioner offering services beyond nutrition, check out Dr. Erica Matluck, a naturopathic doctor, family nurse practitioner, massage therapist, and reiki master. Dr. Matluck uses nutrition, pharmaceuticals, supplements, botanical medicine, bodywork, and guided meditation to help her patients discover their body’s innate healing ability. Her practice includes physical and gynecological exams, screening for blood work, immunizations, and traditional medical prescriptions.
2410 California St., San Francisco, CA 94115; (415) 529-4050
The multitude of services offered at Wellspace SF can help address many of your holistic health needs. The integrative practice employs a team of licensed therapists, certified coaches, and wellness practitioners, including three nutrition coaches. Utilizing Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN), Allison Roman works with patients to identify healing opportunities to build a foundation of long-lasting health. Wellspace coaches and counselors also specialize in vegan, vegetarian, and flexitarian lifestyles, gluten-free and celiac disease, food sensitivities, diabetes, hypertension, acne and skin issues, and autoimmune disease.
870 Market St., Ste. 340/345, San Francisco, CA 94102; (415) 632-1010
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