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Kellie Hill received her Bachelor of Arts from Willamette University in Speech Communication and a Bachelor of Science from Kaplan University in Nutrition, Health & Wellness. She has a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Certificate from Nutritional Therapy Association. Kellie has earned a Personal Trainer Certificate from American Sports & Fitness Association.
Kellie's philosophy is that there is no one-size fits all diet. Because of bio-individuality (each one of us is different), most diets will work for some people and not for others. We need to eat nutrient dense, whole foods that have been properly prepared - real food, as close to the form it was originally grown/raised in, prepared in a way that preserves or even enhances the nutritional value of the food.
She believes that it is important to investigate how the body is using the food as well as understanding what is happening in the bigger context of an individuals life. She knows that we are obviously more than what we eat and that can have a very big impact on how the body deals with food. Kellie helps her clients identify and move toward their personal ultimate health goals.
Kellie is in private practice in Medford, Oregon. She consults with long-distance clients by phone and internet.
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My motivation for seeking nutrition therapy was to feel better and find out what I was eating. The sessions and homework have been clear and easy to follow. I have never felt pressured to eat a certain way or avoid foods. I truly feel better eating foods...