About

My name is Jess Foulds and I am a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner out of New Braunfels, Texas.  I am a born, bred Texan and grew up in a small town where beef was king and Crisco was queen.  Throughout my adolescent years I struggled with being over-weight, having chronic fatigue syndrome, being sick at LEAST 5 times a year, and a host of intestinal issues.  These were my normal state.  Overweight was normal.  Being tired was normal.  I thought I was just a sickly person, took gas pills daily to try to fix my stomach issues, and got used to being told that I was dramatic with my fatigue.  NOTHING helped.  I graduated high school and took my sickly, gassy, and overweight self to Houston, Texas to study nutrition at The University of Houston.

While I had an inkling that nutrition could be the missing piece to the puzzle, it wasn’t until I took control and started to heal myself through diet that the picture became clear.  I am lactose intolerant (explains the stomach pains), an Epstein-Barr Virus carrier (auto-immune protocol lessens the constant illness and fatigue), and have lost over 40 pounds eating whole, nutritious food.

I now specialize in auto-immune issues, hormonal dysfunction, and mental health.  You’d be surprised how often these three different issues all stem from the same route!  And just how easy it is to a BUM about finding health.  It’s not all 15 ingredient juices, products only shipped from Asia, and weekly enemas (yea, we will be talking about poop on here).

As a born Bum, I have found ways to make alternative therapies work for me and my lifestyle, rather than making my lifestyle work them.  I do not have a backyard garden, a personal chef, or an extra $2,000/month to spend on luxury food.  I have my education, creativity, and a sense of humor; which means if my food is bad, at least I can laugh about it!

Thank you for reading and I hope to work with you soon!

Jess♥

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