Kendy Radasky is trained as a Nutritional Therapist with the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA). She uses her knowledge of human physiology and nutrient-dense foods, the wisdom of her own life and health journey, and a deep compassion for shared experience to help her clients find balance and heal from both chronic and acute illness. Kendy's education in the fields of Ecology and Permaculture, and her experience as a community college biology teacher give her a unique perspective and skill set to educate her clients about the importance of interconnectedness of systems in the body, and of our body to the greater social and ecological systems of which we are a part.
Personalized visits with Kendy include a deep investigation of foundational causes of physical imbalance including digestion, blood sugar balance, mineral balance, and hydration. Often, addressing these foundations through individualized diet and lifestyle changes and targeted supplement protocols will begin to resolve symptoms within a few months. Her tools of evaluation include a detailed nutritional questionnaire, food journals, and a physical evaluation of your unique organ systems' needs.
I guide women who feel depleted by the responsibilities of family and work, to deeply nourish themselves so they can reclaim their energy, vitality, and creativity, and more fully nurture those they love. My focus includes Fertility Restoration, Pregnancy Nutrition, and Conscious Transitions to Solid Foods for Babies.