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Nutritional Counseling

What is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist?

A Certified Clinical Nutritionist also referred to as a CCN focuses on how foods are digested, absorbed, assimilated, and ultimately how food affects the body biochemically.  Dr. Marc’s approach to diet structure is developed according to what is best for the individual.

He will determine the healthiest and most effective program for the individual according to the latest nutrition research, their personal test results, and their unique bio-chemical make-up. 

Customized Nutritional Counseling

Dr. Marc will customize a plan focusing on your individual goals and needs.  There are no “one size fits all” plans.

A visit may include:

  • Food Safe Allergy Testing (simple finger prick blood test)
  • Testing that will measure your ability to assimilate nutrients
  • A personalized meal and nutrient plan and recipes
  • Personalized fitness recommendations

Dr. Marc’s Certified Clinical Nutrition Credentials

  • Palmer College of Chiropractic
  • National Board certified in Physiotherapy
  • 2004 Wisconsin State Chiropractor of the Year
  • Board Certified in Clinical Nutrition
  • Post Graduate/Continuing Education in nutrition: 532 hours

Conditions that may benefit from nutritional counseling:

  • Sports performance
  • Skin conditions such as Eczema and Psoriasis
  • Hyper/Hypo Glycaemia
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Cancer Support
  • Interest in overall better health

Are you interested in setting up a Nutritional Consultation?

Call us at (920) 388-3440 today!

Food Safe Allergy Testing

What is food IgG testing?

The FoodSafe Allergy Test, which requires only a small amount of blood, tests for 95 food antigens. This allows the patient to do the test at home or for the doctor to do in-office without a venipuncture. The finger is pricked with a lancet and then drops of blood are placed on a blood spot collection card.

With this test you can determine the primary cause of adverse food reactions. A food that causes an IgG response is referred to as delayed hypersensitivity.

IgG responses may cause delayed symptoms, such as joint or muscle pain, chronic headaches, fatigue, eczema, and psoriasis.

Since IgG reactions often occur hours or days after particular foods are consumed, correlating symptoms can be difficult. The reactions can be subtle or severe, and may lead to chronic (long-term) symptoms and chronic degenerative conditions.

When an IgG food is avoided it may take 3 to 9 months for the antibody level against that food to decrease significantly.

Candida Screen Included, Candida Albicans

Sometimes it is not the the food sensitivities but it’s the infection (candida overgrowth). Candida is normally found in very small amounts in the human intestinal tract; small amounts do not cause problems in a healthy person.  Too much Candida can result in symptoms very similar to those caused by food allergies.