If you think you’re malnourished, battling a chronic condition, or just want to lose weight, consider therapeutic nutrition. Many men and women in the North Bay area have shed pounds with therapeutic diets supervised by Dr. Gail Altschuler and her team at Marin Weight Loss & Wellness in Novato and Greenbrae, California. Call or book an appointment online to see if a supervised therapeutic plan is just what you need to regain your health and lose those extra pounds for good.
We offer holistic personalized wellness programs, where we address the underlying causes of health conditions such as metabolic disturbances, food sensitivities, sugar imbalances, stress, fatigue, digestive issues, hormonal balance, PMS, anxiety & mood swings.
Our tailor-made plans focus on nutrition, lifestyle, emotional wellness, exercise, relaxation and stress relief. We utilize the healing benefits of whole foods, herbs, and supplements to nurture and support your body.
We design meal plans, with delicious seasonal recipes and snacks to give you the structure and tools to nourish yourself. One on one counseling each week gives you both support and a deeper understanding of your condition and how you can manage it more effectively.
Also known as medical nutrition therapy, therapeutic nutrition is a professionally created and monitored diet plan aimed at restoring your well-being or overcoming obesity.
Cassale Sherriff and her team of nutritionists guide you through the process of improving your eating habits and making lifestyle changes to address any underlying causes.
There are many reasons to adopt a therapeutic nutrition-based diet. Losing excess weight and fueling your body with essential nutrients usually increases your confidence, energy, bodily functions, and overall well-being. It also reduces your risk for many severe health conditions.
Cassale Sherriff & Eris Cushner often recommend therapeutic nutrition therapy when you’re living with or looking to prevent:
The team at Marin Weight Loss & Wellness conducts a personalized consultation to determine if therapeutic nutrition is the best treatment for you.
Your experienced nutritionist may ask you to keep a daily diet journal so they can help you develop better strategies for overcoming temptations, anxiety, stress, and other issues affecting your well-being.