Nikki Bonduris, MS, LMT
To Your Health
Stopping to enjoy a nourishing and delicious meal or snack throughout the day is a gift and one of many ways we can nurture our body, mind, and soul.
We are so busy that we are prioritizing our obligations over our health. We are skipping meals and exercise to meet deadlines or settling for quick and easy processed foods while on the run. This lifestyle is making us sick. Keep in mind: none of those obligations that we decide to put before our own health will be around when we become
I understand how hard it is to juggle a work-life balance. I understand the challenges faced in prioritizing health around increasingly demanding schedules, and I know what it takes to achieve health despite these obstacles.
With my guidance, you will find that you too can put your health first. You deserve it!
It is my purpose to advocate for your health, through teaching you how to be an advocate for your own health. It is my privilege to deliver these services in a way that is encouraging, empowering, sustainable, and above all, delicious!
Stopping for a meal not only provides us with nutrients for our cells to utilize; it also forces us to stop and take a breather! I believe that our physiological needs extend far beyond counting calories. It is equally important to nurture our mind and our bodies. The food we eat, physical activity, relaxation, joy, and emotional and spiritual connections are all part of our overall health and wellbeing.
As a lover of food, I don’t make a distinction between “healthy” food and “unhealthy” food. It is about balance, moderation, and variety that revolves primarily around whole, real, unprocessed food that is as delicious as it is nourishing. There is a lot of misinformation around diet and health, which makes it incredibly confusing to know how we “should” be eating.
Nikki’s passion is educating others on the importance of self-care, creating boundaries around health, and the benefits of a whole-food lifestyle. As a graduate of the University of Bridgeport, she holds a Master of Science in Human Nutrition. This program emphasized clinical nutrition and functional medicine. She is trained in evaluating functional labs to assess hormones, the microbiome, organic acids and more.
Nikki has also completed the required 1000 clinical supervised hours as a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) candidate. She will sit for the exam with the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists (BCNS) in December 2021. Nikki will continue actively participating in additional research and education for as long as she lives. She loves to learn, and she enjoys nerding out on anything related to food and health.
Aside from her education in clinical and functional nutrition, she has had the privilege of studying human cadavers, she obtained a license in massage therapy, and she has taken numerous culinary courses. She has a unique understanding of the human body, including the impact stress has on our overall health. She has an intuitive, holistic approach to care that translates to a more positive overall client experience and outcome. She is dedicated to putting in the time and heart to help her clients succeed in their health journey.
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