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"Personalized nutrition is a field that leverages human individuality to drive nutrition strategies that prevent, manage, and treat diseases and optimize health." - Bush, Blumberg, El-Sohemy, Minich, Ordovas, Reed, Yunez Behm, 2019

My Philosophies and Core Values:

  • Personalization - I believe in individualized nutrition strategies designed after carefully analyzing a client’s lifestyle, health history, genetics, biochemistry, and epigenetic factors.

  • Comprehensiveness – We focus on a comprehensive, detailed, and thorough approach to “connecting the dots” for identifying and addressing root causes.

  • Quality - I strive to deliver the highest quality service through effective communication and meticulous crafting of lifestyle and therapeutic regimens.

  • Empathy - I strive to practice compassion, understanding, and a non-judgmental approach.  I desire to provide clients with a robust support system to assist in their health journeys.

  • Collaboration - I work with other healthcare practitioners as part of a collaborative team to provide the best possible care to our clients.


My Approach:

I practice with a functional nutrition approach, focusing on the whole person to connect the dots to sort out a client's health puzzle. My evaluation process includes getting familiar with the details of your health history, current symptoms, lab results, diet, and supplementation, as well as your physical activities and emotional well-being.  All these tools help to identify the root cause(s) of various health conditions. Based on my findings, I will create a dietary plan and lifestyle roadmap designed specifically for you.


While it is a personalized program, the followings are fundamental for me to serve my clients:

  • I am committed to helping you adopt an anti-inflammatory lifestyle that integrates nutrition, exercise, and stress management, focusing on gut health, hormone balances, and reducing inflammation. I deeply believe our digestive system is the gateway to good health, and an anti-inflammatory protocol is key to prevention and recovery, along with slowing the aging process, reducing pain, and boosting energy. 

  • It is also important that I am there for you to provide emotional support throughout the process. We are often our most emotionally vulnerable when we are facing health challenges. There is no doubt that addressing emotional needs is crucial to the healing process.  It will always be integral to my service.

  • I am intensely detail-oriented. When in a session, I am fully present. Quality of care is always a priority, never the quantity. I spend as much time as needed to research and dig as deep as possible to better understand each case. What is also important to me is to do my best to make it an enjoyable and successful experience for each client. 

  • I consider myself a health and nutrition educator. I don't just tell my clients what to do, but more importantly, why and how. I think it is essential to understand the "why"s to keep ourselves engaged in the process. 


Jenny Noland, Functional Nutritionist

Jenny Noland, MS, CNS, CNGS, CKNS, MBA

Functional Nutritionist in Eugene, Oregon 

Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist

Board-Certified Nutritional Genomics Specialist

Board-Certified Ketogenic Nutrition Specialist

Certified Oncology Nutrition Specialist


Personalized Nutrition Therapy for Metabolic Dysfunction and Cancer Care

To learn more about our services, please visit the Service Offerings page.

To book a discovery call, please visit the Book Consult page or call 541-255-5047.

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