NTP

NTP

A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner uses a variety of evaluation techniques
…to determine imbalances in the body and promote overall functional improvement.

• Initial Interview
• Review of Food Journals
• Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire
• Functional Evaluation
• Lingual-Neural Testing

CPT

CPT

Certified Personal Trainer Health is Wealth!

…and Muscle is second only to Nutrition.
Physical assessment, exercise technique, and program design greatly saves your precious time while accelerating your success.

The ultimate personal training experience for both those new to the field and veterans of strength conditioning.

Personal Interests

Personal Interests

Nutritional Therapy and Personal Training are Lois’ main personal interests at home also.

Other interests are family, homesteading, cooking, gardening and reading mostly in the non-fiction worlds.

For more on these interests please visit…
InfoLightandLiving.com

Latest News from the Blog

2017 NTA Conference

Leave a Comment - March 16, 2017
2017 NTA Conference

The Nutritional Therapy Association just completed it’s 10th annual conference in beautiful Vancouver, Washington. I was grateful to be able to attend this amazing event. I was especially delighted to meet mentors that I’ve been following for years like Dr. Tom O’Bryan, Dr. Terry Wahls and especially Nora Gedgaudas. She was a major turning point in my life that I

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Healthy D has a new office!!

Leave a Comment - January 27, 2017

I am excited to announce my new office at 1235 Lake Plaza Drive! Healthy Determination Conversations will return soon!

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Anatomy of a Health Crisis, turning yellow.

Leave a Comment - October 5, 2016

By June 27th, I felt so bad, I could hardly work but I was still taking some appointments. On that Monday, at the end of the day, I crossed paths with my son and asked him “Do I look sick, I feel really sick”. He said, “well, Mom, your eyes are yellow”. All I could say was, “oh shit” because

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Anatomy of a Health Crisis, more

Leave a Comment - September 30, 2016

It is NEVER one thing. Health or disease is never created by ONE thing. Besides being on a protocol for parasites, working, volunteering and participating as a Group Leader for a nine month Nutritional Therapy Association class, my mother was planning a visit from Florida to Colorado. I was thrilled she was still willing to make this trip at 85

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Anatomy of A Health Crisis, continue

Leave a Comment - September 27, 2016

When someone has a reputation of living a healthy lifestyle, it is almost unacceptable that anything should go wrong. For myself, as the challenges built, people would say “I wouldn’t have thought this would happen to you”! My response is that if I wasn’t taking care of myself or have the awareness of what works for my body, I may

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Anatomy of a Health Crisis, cont.

Leave a Comment - September 24, 2016

As part of my research into why I would be susceptible to parasites and needing constant liver support, I started some testing that is not done in the MD world. One of those tests is a Hair Mineral Analysis test ($75.00). When done correctly, it can give you an idea of minerals out of balance and heavy metals in the

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