Nutritional Counseling at 

Mt Pleasant Wellness Center

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YOUR PATH TO WELLNESS

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Your Natural Health Consultant

At Mt Pleasant Wellness Center, Dr. Jennifer D. Miller ND, RN, serves as a health coach and nutritional counselor for a variety of issues. Specializing in chronic degenerative conditions, Jennifer applies her naturopathic training to provide a higher level of knowledge and quality information during private health consults.She specializes in metabolic issues such as hormones, thyroid, adrenals, gut, and general body chemistry issues.  Dr. Miller's passion is to bring truth, education and healing to all those interested in healing themselves.

What Is Nutritional Counseling

Nutritional counseling is a type of assessment which analyzes various health needs in regards to diet. Such an assessment is beneficial to a wide variety of people and can help those with numerous disorders. As your nutritional counselor, Dr. Miller will help you set achievable health goals and teach you various ways of maintaining these goals throughout your lifetime. Nutrition and supplementation targeting specific issues are customized for each patient. Without proper nutrition, one does not have enough energy to make it through the day;  also your health can decline making one more susceptible to illness and disease. Imbalances due to faulty nutritional patterns, improper rest, lack of exercise, stress and other lifestyle considerations, over time, result in a weakening of the body.

Dr. Miller is a highly qualified Master Herbalist. A Master Herbalist studies and utilizes the natural properties of herbs to improve the health and well-being of their clients. Jennifer not only sells physician grade supplements, she also compounds tinctures using organic herbs to meet the needs of her clients. 

Dr. Miller specializes in metabolic issues such as: Food sensitivities, Chronic Fatigue, Digestive issues, Blood sugar issues, Chronic Yeast Infections, Gout, Anemia, Thyroid, Hormone imbalances, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, and Adrenal Fatigue.