To provide targeted and holistic nutrition approaches that will influence long-term health and well-being.
Livia Ly, MS, RD, LDN is a registered & licensed dietitian and nutritionist trained both in Brazil and in the U.S., which accounts for about 10 years of nutrition training, internships, and a master's degree. She is the owner and founder of Nutrily.
Nutrily was created after Livia noted that, with the epidemic of lifestyle-related chronic illnesses, the healthcare system lacked patient-centered and preventive approaches, specific nutrition recommendations, and whole-food treatment strategies. Nutrily has the goal to fulfill this gap. Livia believes that listening to client stories and looking at the interactions among genetics, the microbiota, the presence of food sensitivities, environmental exposures, cultural implications, and lifestyle factors can positively influence long-term health.
Livia believes that there are six pillars to holistic health and that we have to work on improving each pillar consistently and progressively. She strives to transform her clients' health holistically, so they can lose weight as a consequence of a better life.
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A NEW HEALTHCARE ERA
One that is marked by treatment integration. Many health professionals have begun treating their patients as people and not as altered lab markers or illness symptoms. If you are looking for a holistic preventive nutrition approach, you've come to the right place! With Nutrily, you will learn about a specialized plan that will help meet your needs and goals.
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In many states, only a licensed dietitian nutritionist can provide therapeutic nutrition care. The goal of licensure is to ensure that licensees have a minimal degree of competency necessary to ensure that the public's health, safety, and welfare are reasonably well protected.
"Any person who practices, offers to practice, attempts to practice, or holds oneself out as being able to provide dietetics and nutrition services without being licensed under this Act shall, in addition to any other penalty provided by law, pay a civil penalty to the Department for each offense as determined by the Department."