Nutrition Consultation Services
We live in a quick-fix culture, but it’s important to realize that restoring balance and healing takes time. Small, manageable changes to diet and behavior are much more effective than broad-sweeping change that isn’t sustainable in the long run.
Your success is my success. When you work with me, I am 100% committed to helping you feel your best and reach your goals. We’re in this together!
I do not accept insurance, but I can take HSA or FSA cards and I always provide a superbill for you to file for out-of-network claims (coverage, submission and mediation is your responsibility). My non-lab services are available as monthly payment plans, and I do offer a sliding scale option below.
START with a Discovery Call.
This is a free 20-minute phone session where I can learn about your goals and you can see if my approach fits your needs. This is where the magic begins.
FREE – BOOK HERE.
Our membership offers bi-weekly personalized nutrition sessions to help your child reach their goals.
The BBN Membership includes:
- Free access to the Better app, available on any computer (web app) or mobile device.
- Two 1:1, 45-minute sessions each month with Emily Cerda, MS, CNS, LDN (scheduled every two weeks.) All sessions occur virtually via secure video calls on Zoom.
- A 20% discount on professional-grade supplements from BBN’s online dispensary site, Fullscript.
- Between-session support via the chat and journal features in Better
Sessions are spaced in two-week increments for ease of scheduling and increased touchpoints for ideal results.
Payment plans are structured as monthly payments of $265, with a 2-month minimum commitment. BOOK HERE.
I am an Open Path Healing Arts Collective Practitioner!
- Learn more and apply to the Healing Arts Collective through my practitioner profile.
- There is a $49 lifetime membership fee, which opens access to all practitioners across the Collective.
- My 30-minute sessions average $45 each through the Collective.
**Note that this is NOT insurance-based, but rather self-pay access to care for those who would otherwise be unable to afford these services.