Holly Westling provides nutritional counseling with a focus on functional nutrition. She enjoys helping clients reduce inflammation and resulting symptoms, identify and resolve food sensitivities. and stabilize blood sugar and hormone balance. Holly also counsels clients in sports nutrition, weight loss/gain, and how to create life-long health habits to optimize well-being through one-on-one counseling, group sessions, and cooking demonstrations. Holly has a BA from the University of Virginia and a BSN from Johns Hopkins University. While practicing nursing in both an acute care setting and in oncology, she developed a passion for nutrition and a desire to work in preventative health care. She has a Masters in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport as well as a national certification as a Certified Nutrition Specialist.
Lili Hanft, NTP
Lili believes that nourishing ourselves with nutrient-dense whole foods has a profound impact on overall health. She loves to cook and wants to inspire clients to get into their kitchens, explore local and seasonal foods, and feel empowered to transform their health. Lili is certified as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Nutritional therapy seeks to address the underlying cause of symptoms and conditions by supporting the foundations of health, including nutrient intake, digestion, and blood sugar regulation. When the body has the necessary building blocks and is able to digest and metabolize them, it can access its innate ability to heal. Consultations with Lili emphasize education on the “whys” behind nutritional recommendations and support with the practical steps of dietary change, such as food sourcing, batch cooking, and creating balanced meals.
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