Food is medicine or a slow poison.
A healing journey can show results, in less than 30 days
Through nutritional therapy, I can help and support the mind and body through nutrition intervention. With healing powers of food coupled with therapies such as Stress Management and Behavioral Therapy, we can heal our bodies and strive to be our best selves, inside and out.
I am passioned to give back by healing others with a nutrient-dense Carnivore diet.
My goal is to empower clients to positively impact their quality of life.
We do this by making modifications to your diet to best manage your health while also building individualized tool-kits to help handle stress, sleep and life, as we know it. Together we will build out short-term and long-term goals and better skills, such as skills for coping, effective communication and processing of thoughts and feelings. There is no one diet or tool-kit that can help someone overcome years of nutritional deficiencies, yo-yo dieting and overall harm to the body.
Together, we work to create an individualized tool-kit that works for you, and you alone.
I will do my part to help you succeed, as my priority is your overall health and well-being. But I need you to commit and put yourself first. It’s your turn to prioritize you and let your body and mind heal for the long term. I made a decision that changed my life forever. You can too. I am here to support (and motivate) you through the rewarding journey.
Judy Cho is a nutritional therapy practitioner and the author of Carnivore Cure. Judy holds a Psychology and Communications degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Judy has a holistic health private practice and works with clients by focusing on the root cause for an array of health challenges. Together, they work to create individualized solutions that are sustainable for the long term. While Judy focuses on nutritional therapy with a focus on holistic nutrition and animal-based nutrient dense foods, she understands bioindividuality and meeting the clients where they are.
Empowering clients with the knowledge and bioindividual tools to be their best self, while being there as a beacon of support and encouragement, has been a rewarding experience that gets her up each morning.
Judy lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and two high-fat, low carb boys.
Judy sees clients in the greater Austin area and virtually for individuals who live outside of the area.