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Dr. Emmalee Maracle M.Sc, ND

Empowering you to become the BEST version of yourself, NATURALLY.

Women's Health, Weight Management & Digestion

Digestive Health
Hormonal Imbalances
Weight Management

Do you experpience symptoms such as gas, bloating, heartburn, fullness after eating, fatigue, constipation, diarrhea or irregular bowel movements? Have you been diagnosed with a chronic illness? Are the foods you are eating working to nourish your body or are they working against you? It was Hippocrates that said “All disease begins in the gut”. Getting your digestive health back on track is so integral to optimizing your health and well-being and getting you to that place where you are living your best life. 

Hormonal imbalances can present with a variety of symptoms that can reak havoc on so many different aspects of our health. Are you someone that dreads getting her period because you experience severe menstrual cramping? Do you experience breast tenderness, bloating, irritability, mood swings, acne or maybe you have irregular menstral cycles and don’t know when your next one is coming? Hormonal imbalances can also be related to weight gain or inability to lose weight, low energy, low mood, anxiety and migraines, in addition to many other symptoms. 

Have you ever been told my your medical doctor “ If you want to lose weight, just eat less food and exercise more”? Unfortunately, weight loss is not as simple as calories in and calories out. The foods you eat and the movement you are doing on a regular basis are important aspects of health, but sustainable weight loss needs to go much deeper and look at all aspects of your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. I want to make this journey to sustainable weight loss as simple as possible for you by really getting to know what motivates you and helping you to set and accomplish one realistic goal after another. 

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 “All disease begins in the gut” -Hippocrates