How is your gut?

Your gastrointestinal tract (gut) is part of your central nervous system and is often described as the second brain. Inadequate foods for your body and/or chronic digestive problems can impact mood, brain function and increased risks of cognitive decline.

There is no one-size-fits-all diet. What makes you feel good and allows your body to heal is unique to you.

Working together, we can uncover the root causes of your symptoms and develop a personalized nutrition and lifestyle plan based on you to help you feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Are you ready to take charge of your gut health? Set up a call today.

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About Diana Galindo, FNTP

Because conventional medicine did not help my dad with Parkinson’s, I dove deep into learning about anything and everything nutrition and brain health. Now I’m using my expertise as a Nutritional Therapist to empower my clients with group programs and personalized health plans to make enduring changes for their optimal wellbeing.

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Recent Posts

Eat Your Water

Did you know that water is the most common nutrient deficiency in the U.S. population? Dehydration shows up as fatigue, foggy thinking headaches, constipation, and mood imbalances. Protecting yourself from chronic dehydration is not just about getting adequate water intake, but about how well your body absorbs water.

3 Food Tips for Better Brain Health

Your food choices can protect your brain health. Choose good fats from nature, swap refined carbs with carbs from plants and minimize sugar and refined grains. You will give your brain the essential nutrients it needs, AND you will lower inflammation that is linked to poor mental health and cognitive decline.

Good Mood Food

Do you experience brain fog, mood swings or constant anxiety? Eating more nutrient-rich food can help balance your emotions and improve cognitive function. The amount and variety of foods you habitually consume, is linked to brain performance. Good mental health, just like physical health, depends on adequate nutrition.


Diana Galindo is certified as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP) by the Nutritional Therapy Association. An FNTP is trained to evaluate your nutritional needs and make recommendations of dietary change and nutritional supplements, not medical diagnoses. The goal of Nutritional Therapy is to encourage people to become knowledgeable about—and responsible for—their own health. No comment or recommendation from an FNTP should be construed as a medical diagnosis or prescription. Diana Galindo shall in no event be held liable for any loss or other damages.