Frequently Asked Questions

Q- What is Designed Clinical Nutrition?

A- Designed clinical nutrition is a unique, specific and individualized dietary plan, based off of the information your body provides. Programs provide dietary suggestions and whole food supplements.

Q- What are whole foods?

A- By definition, whole foods are minimally processed, natural foods that have been grown without pesticides or fertilizers.

Example: carrots, apples, lettuce

Whole food supplements are derived from whole foods, organically grown and prepared to preserve vitamins and enzymes.

Q- How do I know what supplements to take?

A- Dr. Anne will identify the underlying cause of your ailments and will put together a plan consisting of whole food supplements (plus dietary suggestions) that your body needs in order to resolve the problems. Her goal is to have you take as few supplements as possible, while restoring your body.

Q- Can I just eat better on my own?

A- Unfortunately, the quality of store-bought food in general has continued to decline over the last several years. Labels claiming to be 'healthy' in reality, are usually very processed or chemical laden. With the current food conditions, it is very difficult to get all nutritional components needed to heal your body.

Q- How long does it take to feel better?

A- Every person is unique, so the time it takes varies by the ailment they have and how they have adhered to their individual program. However, it is typical for you to begin feeling much better within 4-6 weeks, if you adhere to your program as prescribed.

Q- How long do I have to stay on the program?

A- Dr. Anne's goal is to have you on as few supplements as possible, while healing your body. During the process, she may alter the supplements she suggests, but good dietary habits are always encouraged. Dr. Anne believes that a healthy body starts with good nutrition, and isn't a quick fix, but rather a lifestyle. You'll likely find yourself wanting to continue a healthy dietary regimen!