Astoria, Sponsored Jan 16, 2013 Sponsored Post: Kelsey Marksteiner, RD We’d like to extend a warm WHA intruduction to Kelsey Marksteiner, a registered dietitian and local community member. The new year is the perfect time to take back your health (…) Share this Scoop by Mackenzi Farquer total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print We’d like to extend a warm WHA intruduction to Kelsey Marksteiner, a registered dietitian and local community member. The new year is the perfect time to take back your health (…) by Mackenzi Farquer Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print We’d like to extend a warm WHA intruduction to Kelsey Marksteiner, a registered dietitian and local community member. The new year is the perfect time to take back your health and invest in yourself and with that in mind, Kelsey has generously offered a 20% discount to WHA readers who book an appointment by next Wednesday. A list of her services can be seen here. Ever feel like your doctor doesn’t listen to you and merely throws a prescription your way for whatever complaint you have? If so, it’s time to start working with a nutritionist trained in functional medicine. Functioanl medicine practitioners treat the cause of your symptoms, not the symptoms themselves. Change the way you eat, and you change the way your body functions. If you’re tired of being sick, exhausted, and overweight, Kelsey is here to help. In her practice, Kelsey sees many clients who are dealing with chronic illnesses like hypertension, diabetes, autoimmune conditions, and gastrointestinal complaints. Kelsey will work with you to determine a personalized, nutrient-rich diet and supplement program (if necessary) to help you feel your best. Much of her practice focuses on healing the gut, as the health of your gut determines your overall health. There are many foods that can be damaging or irriating to that gut (such as gluten, sugar, and industrial seed oils). Work with Kelsey to limit your exposure to processed foods and increase your consumption of pastured meats, organ meats, bone broths, fermented foods, vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds, and traditional, wholesome fats to help fuel and heal the gut and improve your health and wellbeing. A bit more about Kelsey: Kelsey is a registered dietitian specializing in nutrient dense, whole-foods diets for patients with a variety of conditions. Kelsey graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics and went on to complete her dietetic internship at Milford Regional Medical Center in Milford, Massachusetts. She is currently completing her Master of Science degree in Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Western States. Kelsey recommends individualized dietary therapy focusing on biologically appropriate diet principles to aid her clients in losing weight, gaining energy, and pursuing continued health. She is a firm believer that everyone is different, and she tailors her plan for each and every individual. Through her work, she aims to meld the dietary wisdom of traditional cultures with the latest science in integrative and functional medicine to create plans for her clients that work in the modern world. Special interests include: Gastrointestinal health Autoimmune conditions Inflammatory disorders Weight loss/gain Metabolic diseases In addition to her work as a dietitian , Kelsey also runs the meetup Traditional Community Kitchen, a place to teach and learn various traditional food preparation techniques, including preserving the harvest, baking, fermenting, sprouting, and more. Twitter Facebook Email Print gut healthKelsey MarksteinerTraditional Community KitchenTraditional Foodswhole foods Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.