Renata Murphy Nutrition

Do you feel bloating or have belly distension after meals? Women often say they look pregnant.

Do you have pain in the belly or heartburn?

Are you constipated for days? Or you have diarrhea on and off? Sometimes you have an urgency to go to the bathroom, and for that reason, you may feel worried or anxious about knowing where the restrooms are when going out.

Are cholesterol and triglycerides levels skyrocketing? Do you have high LDL levels and high triglycerides?
You cut eggs, fats, you follow a fat-free diet, and nothing seems to work.

Do you have high blood sugar, pre-diabetes, or insulin resistance?

Do your health issues make you feel you aren't reaching your full potential or falling short in your responsibilities?

Do you worry that eventually, you may no longer be a reliable person as a wife, husband, mother, father, friend, and employee?

I hear you, I understand you, and I can help you.

Schedule today a free 20-minute discovery call. 


Why should you work with a clinical nutritionist?

Nutritionist Specialists are nutrition experts who are up-to-date to the latest researches in nutrition science. We can help you decrease the risk of and manage chronic diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes. We can identify early nutritional deficiencies. For instance, let's say you eat meat regularly and you think you are never going to have low levels of vitamin B12. That's is not valid; meat-eaters could have low levels of B12 and symptoms of B12 deficiency. That's when the clinical nutritionist comes in and helps you to identify the problem and solve it.
We personalize your diet by choosing therapeutic foods based on your conditions and supplement when needed.

Nutritionist Specialists often have their area of specialization, which is essential that you find one that works with your specific condition.

I work with people who have chronic digestive issues and metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a group of problems that happen simultaneously and increases heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and stroke risk. The problems include:
*Excess fat in the waist.
*High blood pressure.
*High triglycerides.
*High blood sugar.
*Low HDL cholesterol. 

As a nutritionist, my mission is to provide science-based nutrition education and guided support for people who are looking to improve their health. I do not believe a one size diet fits all. Diet and nutrition should be personalized, taking into account your health history, current health, digestive functioning, biomarkers, lifestyle, and cultural beliefs.

Book a 20-min FREE discovery call!
*Fluent in Portuguese and English 

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