No two plans are the same! In addition to customizing plans based on test results, our dietitians often make tweaks for our clients dealing with fatigue and low energy such as:
Jon, a retired Navy SEAL commander, was experiencing low energy, poor sleep, and a lack of mental clarity. He found himself skipping meals, overconsuming caffeine, and resorting to fast food, which triggered irregular digestion, weight gain, and heartburn.
Greg, an engineer, experienced extreme fatigue that left him falling asleep at his desk. He also struggled with insomnia, depression, weight fluctuations, and trouble focusing despite years of “trying everything” to manage his hypothyroidism and hypoparathyroidism symptoms.
Although Becky felt that she was generally healthy, she had low energy, debilitating joint pain, and reduced motivation. Furthermore, she had been feeling “low,” and she had recently begun to struggle with brain fog, trouble managing daily stress, and reduced productivity at work.
It depends on your testing results and your ability, capacity, and willingness to make shifts in your nutrition, sleep, and lifestyle habits. Your Ixcela registered dietitian will prioritize which recommendations to focus on first to start feeling better, faster. We’ve seen some clients begin to feel better in a week, while others needed a month of consistent habit change to feel the difference. Clients who experience the most success do a 90-day Ixcela program for extra guidance and accountability.
No. Depending on your Ixcela results, you may need to reduce caffeine intake, but we won’t take your coffee away. Ixcela registered dietitians do their best to accommodate your preferences, lifestyle, and ability/willingness to change during your session together so that the recommendations feel realistic to do consistently.
No. Food sensitivities are often a symptom of a damaged or imbalanced gut. Ixcela testing and guidance from one of our registered dietitians will help you understand what may be the culprit behind symptoms related to food sensitivities.
No. Insurance does not cover Ixcela programs. If you have questions about FSA/HSA reimbursement eligibility, please speak to your doctor.
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