Nutritional Therapy with Diana Galindo

Welcome! Happy you are here, knowing it’s time to take care of you.

Imagine learning which foods are best for your body. Imagine having the confidence to take charge of your health.

With nutritional therapy, we’ll get to the root cause of your symptoms and develop a nutritional and wellness (stress management, sleep, movement) plan for your body and your lifestyle.


Part nutritional education, part detox, part support group—an empowering combination!

Next ONLINE class series starts: Click Registration Link to See Upcoming Dates

Schedule: Five Tuesdays

Investment: $299

The RESTART® program focuses on how to use real food to boost your energy, reduce inflammation, and eliminate sugar cravings. When you sign up for this program, you are dedicating yourself to five weeks of real food, real learning, and real support giving you real results. It combines nutrition education, a three-week detox, and group support into a powerful way to jumpstart a nourishing lifestyle.

What’s included:

  • A 5-Week real food program to boost your energy, reduce inflammation, and eliminate sugar cravings
  • Combines nutrition education, a 3-week detox and group support
  • Food coaching, therapeutic lifestyle practices and recipes

Discover how good you can feel!

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Nutrition Classes / Cooking Demos (Limited time offer)

Eat For Brain Health Cooking Series

Schedule: Five Mondays, 10am-11am (central time)
Format: Online via Zoom
Tuition: $175 for the five-class series (save $50)

$45 per single class

Do experienced fatigue, brain fog, and mood swings? Do you worry about mental fitness or cognitive decline? Boost your energy, your mood, and your brain health with good food! Adding more nutrient-dense foods into daily life will give your brain the nutrients it needs to function at its best for mental fitness and to help prevent neurodegenerative decline.

You will learn:

✅  What nutrients are vital for healthy brain function

✅  What food groups are loaded with these brain essential nutrients

✅  How to make eating these foods sustainable for you

Part nutrition education, part cooking demo, this 5-week program will help you build a repertoire of core recipes and meals that boost your mood, memory, and cognitive function.

Topic 1: Green Foods: Leafy Greens and Cruciferous Vegetables

Topic 2: Rainbow Vegetables and Fruits – Sheet Pan Dinners, Ethnic Curries and Tagines

Topic 3: Fish and Seafood: Nut-crusted Roasted Fish, Global Fish/Seafood Stews, Pantry Sardine Meals

Topic 4: Meats: Plant-loaded Meatloafs and Meatballs, Veggie-laden Pork Tenderloin and Chicken Roasts

Topic 5: Beans, Nuts and Seeds: Bean Soups and Salads, Grain Bowls and Pilafs

Bonus: Fermented Foods

NEXT CLASS STARTS – June 6, 2022

Investment: $175/ 5-week series

Register for 5 Class Series

Investment: $45 for a single class (great if you are vegetarian or want to skip certain classes

Register for a Single Class

Nutrition Classes / Cooking Demos (HIDDEN, SAVING IN CASE WE WANT TO BRING BACK)

Did you know mood follows food? Mental health, like physical health, depends on adequate nutrition.

Nourishing Breakfast Cooking Classes

Schedule: Four Thursdays, 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. (CST)
Format: Online via Zoom
Tuition: $80 for the four-class series (save $20)

Do you struggle to get going in the morning? Does your energy crash before lunch?

This online Breakfast series is designed to help you create sustainable habits. A nutrient-dense breakfast improves:

  • Energy
  • Focus
  • Mood
  • Cognitive function
  • Reduces inflammation

Each class provides foundational nutrition concepts and core recipes you can you building into weekly meal plans.

Class 1: Awesome Oats and Ancient Grains

Cereal is a Standard American Diet staple. Oat-based breakfasts make an easier transition to more nutrient-dense meals for balanced energy, improved focus and strengthened immune system. You will get 4 core recipes with variations and can also replace with other ancient grains such as quinoa and buckwheat.

Class 2: Egg-Powered Breakfasts

Eggs are a powerhouse of nutrients: 5 grams of protein per egg are loaded with . Combining eggs with plant foods (vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals oh my!) increases nourishment, stable energy, and satiety. You will get 4 core recipes that you can spin off into different variations; recipes can be omnivore or vegetarian.

Class 3: Nutrient-Dense Pancakes and Muffins

Pancakes, waffles, and muffins are breakfast staples in most U.S. households. You will learn how to load them with veggies, protein, and fiber instead of highly refined flour and sugar and top them with brain-healthy berry purees, chia “jam” and other nutritious options.

Class 4: Sweet Potato Round Up

Part of the good mood orange food family, sweet potatoes are loaded with an abundance of disease-fighting nutrients for optimal health and a great replacement for refined breakfast stables. You will get 4 core recipes  with savory and sweet variations.

Breakfast Series Bonus! 

Complete the series and get a Breakfast Meal Planner Template to build a sustainable nourishing breakfast routine.

Classed will be recorded for you to replay later if you’re unable to join the live class.

Register For Single Class

Register for 4 Class Series

Contact Me if you want to find out the current weeks class

Color My Food Book Chat

Monthly Online Book Chat

Schedule: Second Wednesday of month at 5:30 CST
Format: Online via Zoom
Fee: $10 donation appreciated

No time to read the book? No worries! I will provide cliff notes and key ideas if you don’t have time to read. This is a fun, informal way to learn how you can take charge of your health with food. And to connect with a growing community of people taping into the most powerful act of selfcare – eating to give your brain and body the nourishment needed to function their best.

Eager to dive in and start reading? I am too! Mark your calendar for these compelling online book chats the second Wednesday of each month at 5:30 CST. Prep your favorite beverage, pull up a comfy chair and tune in.

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April 2022: Brain Maker: The Power of Gut Microbes to Heal and Protect Your Brain for Life, David Perlmutter, MD

Debilitating brain disorders are on the rise–from autism and ADHD in children to adults developing dementia at younger ages than ever before. But a medical revolution is underway revealing that your brain health is affected by the state of your microbiome–the vast population of organisms that live in your body.

Dr. Perlmutter explains the powerful relationship between intestinal microbes and the brain, describing how your microbiome develops from birth and evolves based on your lifestyle choices, how it can become “sick,” and how nurturing gut health can improve your brain’s destiny.

Why I chose this book? Gut health is a new frontier in strengthening your immune system and mental fitness and protecting your brain from diseases such as Alzheimer’s Parkinson’s and dementia. This book includes six steps to improve your gut health.

May 2022: The Healthy Mind Cookbook: Big Flavor Recipes to Enhance Brain Function, Mood, Memory and Mental Clarity by Rebecca Katz

This cookbook harnesses the latest brain research on improving cognition, emotion, memory, mood, and physical health and translates it straight to your plate, using delicious nutrient-dense foods as a tool for promoting a healthy mind from childhood through the golden years.

Why I chose this book? The power and usability of a culinary pharmacy is an effective way to boost brain function and overall health. Katz lists the benefits of key ingredients that can help lift the mental fog of everyday life and allow you to harness the power of your mind.

June: How to Not Die, Chapter 3 Brain Disease and Chapter 14 Parkinson’s Disease, by Michael Greger, MD

The vast majority of premature deaths can be prevented through simple changes in diet and lifestyle. In How Not to Die, Dr. Michael Greger examines the fifteen top causes of premature death in America — heart disease, various cancers, diabetes, Parkinson’s, high blood pressure, and more — and explains how nutritional and lifestyle interventions can sometimes trump pharmaceutical and surgical approaches, freeing us to live healthier lives. In this chat we will focus only on the 2 chapters pertaining to brain health.

Why I chose this book? Loaded with practical, actionable advice and nutritional science, Dr. Greger provides powerful guidance on foods to eat and lifestyle changes to make for better brain health to live longer, healthier lives.

June 2022: Super Immunity: The Essential Guide for Boosting Your Body’s Defenses to Live Longer, Stronger and Disease Free, by Joel Fuhrman MD

Why do some of us get sick with greater frequency than others? Is there a secret to staying healthy? Dr. Fuhrman explains the solution — to change the way we eat.

Why I chose this book? It explains nutrient-density (nutrients per calorie) and  demonstrates how you can strengthen your immune system and increase your optimal health with real food.

July 2022: Put Your Heart in Your Mouth, by Natasha Campbell, MD

If you ask someone what causes heart disease, their answer will probably be: butter, meat and fat. But this Diet-Heart Hypothesis proposed in 1953 was proven wrong by scientists all over the world. In this book Dr. Campbell-McBride dispels this myth and explains that cholesterol is not the enemy but an integral and important part of your cell membranes.

Why I chose this book? Fats are so misunderstood and so important in many ways — for your cell structure, fuel for your heart and your brain. This book explains the vital necessity of essential fats for your heart health. And what is good for your heart is good for your brain.

August 2022: Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety: Nourish Your Way to Better Mental Health in 6 Weeks, by Drew Ramsey, MD

Therapy and medications are used to alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety, but often this is not enough. With the latest scientific advances in neuroscience, nutrition, and the mind-gut connection, we have discovered that how and what we eat greatly affects how we feel, physically, cognitively, and emotionally.

Dr. Ramsey provides a path towards greater mental health through food by explaining what you should eat to positively effect brain health and improve mental wellness.

Why I chose this book? Dr. Ramsey highlights 12 key nutrients that are essential for brain health and mental fitness. He then shows us how to get these nutrients from 6 categories of real foods in an accessible way.

1-on-1 Nutritional Coaching

Nutritional Therapy

FREE 20 min Discovery Call

12-Week Package 

Format: Online via Zoom or in-person (Houston)

One-on-One Nutritional Therapy 

Imagine going through each day with vibrant energy, knowing what foods best nourish your body and feeling good.

Together we will work towards your specific health needs and goals to help you feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally. 

Do you struggle with…

  • Brain fog and low energy?
  • Depression and mood imbalances?
  • Heartburn, bloating, onstipation?
  • Leaky gut, diverticulitis, IBD (Irritable Bowel Disease)?
  •  Sugar cravings, hypoglycemia, insulin resistance, or pre-diabetes?

Step 1: Assess and Discover

The first step is to

  • assess the current state of your health, how you are feeling
  • uncover root causes of the symptoms you are experiencing.

With this insight, we will develop a personalized nutrition plan including therapeutic practices – stress management, sleep and movement.

Step 2: Nourish and Build

We will work together to build up your nourishment rather than focusing on a “diet”. Using nutrient-dense whole foods that taste delicious, enhance healing, and restore balance, you will learn how to improve your digestion, balance your blood sugar, and boost your immune system.

Step 3: Customize and Support

As we figure out what works best for you, we can customize further. We will focus on supporting priority areas as needed such as repairing digestion and gut health, supporting your adrenal glands, and building stress resilience.

Step 4: Optimize and Sustain

As we continue to fine-tune your nutritional plan to optimize your metabolism in a that works specific to you and to your lifestyle, you will gain confidence in making it something you can sustain long term. You will have tools that empower you to make consistent choices that support your whole body even when eating out, enjoying the holidays, and traveling. 


When we work together, we will uncover root cause of the symptoms you are feeling and customize a nutritional plan unique to you  that is enjoyable and sustainable. Change is challenging, I will be here to help you every step of the way. Discover how good you can feel!

What you receive in your custom 1:1 program:

  • One (1) 90-minute Initial Consultation to do a deep dive into your health history, symptoms, food habits, current lifestyle, and goals
  • One (1) 90-minute Followup Consultation to go over your results and set achievable goals
  • Four (4) 30-minute follow up session every other week for accountability and to touch base on concerns, progress, and implementation of your therapeutic nutritional plan (via Zoom)
  • Personalized nutrition and lifestyle plan based on your goals, symptoms, and lab that feels enjoyable and achievable for you at this time in your life
  • Supplement recommendations if needed to assist the healing process based on your symptoms and goals
  • Food coaching and lifestyle feedback to adjust your plan and further customize it to your needs/progress
  • Recipes, nutrition handouts, pantry rehab pointers, meal planning tips and additional resources to empower you in improving your health
  • Ongoing private messaging support between sessions

FREE 20-minute Discovery Call

Purchase 12 Week Package

*Payment plans are available

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