Individualized nutritional support can also be provided for the following:

  • Ketogenic diet
  • Pre & post operation support
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Inflammation (Acute/Chronic Pain)
  • High blood pressure
  • Vegetarian / vegan diets           
  • Diabetes
  • Prevention & supportive treatment of various cancers Food sensitivities      
  • High cholesterol
  • Skin conditions (eczema, psoriasis, etc)                        
  • GI issues
  • Chemotherapy support
  • Radiation support
  • Detoxification 

Dr. Simonson corrects nutritional deficiencies by:

Optimizing digestion

A healthy diet is only beneficial if you can absorb what you eat.

 

Using intravenous (IV) therapy

Certain health conditions, such as chronic fatigue syndrome, gastric bypass surgery, bowel resection, Crohn’s disease and inflammatory bowel disease result in the inability to adequately absorb nutrients from food.Fortunately, IV therapy by-passes the gastrointestinal tract and provides vitamins and minerals directly to the bloodstream.

IV Therapy

IV Therapy is a treatment used to get a large number of vitamins and minerals...

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This cornerstone of naturopathic medicine refers to both the practice of using food to maintain health and the therapeutic use of food to treat illness. Scientific studies have shown that many medical conditions can be treated as effectively with food and nutritional supplements as they can by other means, with fewer complications and side effects.
Clinical Nutrition applies principles derived from current biochemical and physiological scientific knowledge for the purpose of promoting optimal health while recognizing biochemical individuality.  The Clinical Nutritionist assesses a person’s nutritional needs to achieve normal physiological function. Assessment includes the use of appropriate test and observations such as case history, anthropomorphic measurements, physical signs, laboratory tests, and nutrition/lifestyle analysis to determine an educational nutrition program. The assessment also provides the basis for referral to a licensed physician, or other healthcare professional.
The educational protocol may include, among other information, nutrition/lifestyle modification, nutritive supplementation, understanding of physiological/biochemical pathways, and evoking of regenerative processes.