Julie Mitchell, Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor, Certified Nutritionist
Where did The Nutrition and Wellness Center come from? Julie Mitchell’s passion for wellness for her family and herself. It all began in the early 90s when it wasn’t cool, popular or as accessible. Motivated by her oldest son’s multiple rounds of antibiotics before the age of 5 (which brought no long term relief), she sought out a nutritionist who had healed himself from a crippling form of arthritis.
Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor, Certified Nutritionist
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Foundation of Wellness
Our center provides life changing naturopathic appointments, healing therapies, the highest quality therapeutic nutrients and herbs, and homeopathic tinctures designed to support and balance our body systems while encouraging us to be present in the moment and live life with intent. Julie is the founder of our center who has been sharing her expertise in natural treatments since 2006. Using naturopathic medicine and godly wisdom as well as scientific research and extensive clinical experiences, Julie has framed natural products and therapies to help the body heal from underlying causes.
* If you lack this evidence, fresh wellness choices plus abundant nutritional resources are available for you to discover at our center!
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Get To The Root Cause
I look forward to meeting and working with you. Together we will uncover the underlying causes of your imbalances, distresses and discomforts which will lead to a plan of wellness that brings hope to heal and a fresh path to journey on. I’ve discovered we must be willing to create space in our life, so we have the energy and resources to clean from within and prepare our body, mind and spirit for our life assignments. Having the will to do this is equally important with the ability to heal. Using the naturopathic medicine approach, we create within ourselves the ability to heal. It would be my privilege to create a nature-led healing plan which aligns with your wellness goals; this includes everyday life changes, a supplement regimen, and (when appropriate) healing therapies.
We Are In This Together
I will be asking you to embrace new ideas through choices and patterns of life that many others have already done, including me. Many of us have decided these changes are worth it and keep devoting ourselves to wellness choices. When we are healthier and stronger because of wholesome choices that breed God’s life force, everyone around us benefits from the important daily choices we have made. It is a building process of vitality, vim and vigor as we age. This layering of righteous choices will allow our cells and genes to express abundant life and energy. That becomes the evidence that our plan is working and the motivation to continue. We are in this together because united we win!
“I will bring health and healing to it; I will heal my people and will let them enjoy abundant peace and security.” – Jeremiah 33:6
“When we are healthier and stronger because of wholesome *choices we’ve made that breed God’s life force, everyone around us benefits too.” Julie Mitchell
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Earlier studies have shown strong correlations between ultra-processed foods and hypertension, obesity, depression, type 2 diabetes, and some forms of cancer.