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    Do you work with private clients?

    I maintained a bustling private practice for the past eight years and have had the privilege of working with over 1000 individuals in that time frame. Just recently, as of December 2013 though, I have closed my private practice with the intention of helping many more people than what is possible in a one-on-one setting. I have created a series of highly detailed e-products and courses that share all of my knowledge and information to help you become your own best doctor and to heal from the root cause using food as medicine. You can find out more about those here.

    I will also be focusing on finishing my new prenatal nutrition book and working on our national TV show, "The Randy and Christa Show: News that makes you healthier" which is an action-focused health show imparting the tenets of functional medicine and healing from the root cause. My hope is that show plays a part in a major paradigm shift of how health, medicine, and food quality are approached worldwide so unnecessary health issues and suffering can be reversed. Look for it on a new network Dr. TV. Here is our site map of where the show is playing so you can check your local listings.


    How do I find a good practitioner who can meet my needs?

    f you are in need of a private practitioner to focus intently on your unique needs, then I have some trusted referrals for you. I know and have worked with and/or teamed up successfully on cases with each of these individuals and can attest to the quality of their work, their knowledge, integrity and client/patient care. For any previous Whole Journey client, we are happy to transfer your file and all of your lab work to any of these practitioners, or your practitioner of choice. Just email support@thewholejourney.com if you need that service. You will not have to "start over" when you work with any of these practitioners.

    Their websites are below to help you decide who is the best person to meet your needs.

    Marc Sklar, Reproductive Wellness Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine

    Marc and I have successfully teamed up on several cases of women struggling with infertility, PCOS, and other tough hormonal imbalances. Marc runs many of the same tests that we used to run and follows a similar process. He is wonderful at getting to the root cause, cares deeply and is a great, supportive practitioner. Marc has two locations in San Diego but also works remotely worldwide. He does not focus as much on diet as a nutritionist would so perhaps working concurrently with him and a nutritionist would be a good match.

    Kim Schruette, Biodynamic Wellness

    Kim Schruette is a fantastic, highly knowledgeable practitioner with decades of experience with the most complicated of conditions. Her specialty is digestive health as she is a GAPS diet practitioner, but she is also wonderful with fertility, hormonal imbalances, genetic mutations, and host of other complicated health disorders. Kim is a big Weston A Price practitioner so she wouldn't be your first choice if you are vegetarian. Outside of that, I cannot say enough about how lovely, caring, and truly passionate she is about helping people through nutrient dense food and lifestyle adjustments. Biodynamic also focuses on the mental and emotional aspects of wellness that affect the physical body. Kim works remotely with clients via Skype and the phone.

    Emily Potter, Nourishmint Wellness

    Emily is a clinical nutritionist and holistic health counselor. I have trained her extensively for two years and she worked with The Whole Journey seeing private and group clients for 3 years. Emily is great with adrenal fatigue and digestive wellness as well as lifestyle upgrades, slowing down, sustainable stress management and eating healthy with kids / baby nutrition. She carries the same supplement lines we carried at TWJ and runs many of the same labs. Em has been practicing for three years. She consults in person in Encinitas, and via phone and Skype worldwide.

    Jeanne Rubin, East West Healing and Performance

    Jeanne's specialties lie in thyroid and adrenal disorders resulting from metabolic devastation caused by prolonged, chronic stress. She used to run labs and use supplements, but her practice no longer involves either (minor supplements might be part of it). I have worked with her myself as a private client and benefited greatly. She is well versed in many different, long-term and severe health issues and how to reverse them.

    Jeanne is a big fan of Ray Peat's work and embraces the dietary theory of "animals, roots, and fruits" to stabilize the body which in turn shuts off the stress response to incite full healing. She counsels remotely via Skype within the context of a six-month program.

    Dr. Benjo Masilungan, MD

    509 S Cedros Avenue, Solana Beach CA 92075

    (858) 350-4414

    Dr. Benjo is a functional medicine doctor. He is a medical doctor and also has 25 years of experience with herbs and nutrition therapy. He is a wonderful person to work with as your primary care doctor and a great guide as to how to do the least damage with pharmaceuticals if you need to be on them. While he is well versed in all health issues, his specialty is functional primary care and endocrinology, Parkinson's, dementia, and MS. Dr. Benjo's rate is a flat fee of 0/hour. He will accept the transfer of our files and is a very caring practitioner who will spend a solid hour with you each time. He does not, however, work remotely with patients. They must come in-person to his office for visits.

    For a further list of integrative MDs and other health care practitioners we recommend, please click here.


    Can you help me with specific health issues?

    If you have questions about specific health issues, please look at our extensive list of blogs and videos for a wide array of valuable information or see our recipes for healthy meal ideas. We routinely answer blog post question from these parts of our site as well as on our Whole Journey Facebook Page.


    What products or brands do you recommend?

    If you have questions about specific products or brands, please visit our comprehensive product review site.


    What types of supplements do you recommend and how much can I expect to spend?

    Please check our blog, "Nutritional and Herbal Supplements 101" to learn about general recommended supplements.

    I run a very comprehensive product review site where I list my favorite supplements and tell you why and what to use them for. Please visit that here to see if your questions regarding particular supplements can be answered.


    Can TWJ recommend any schools for nutrition?

    We get so excited when we hear about individuals who want to get an education in nutrition. We commend you for your passion in this much-needed area.

    The Whole Journey recommends the following programs:

    Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN)

    One attends IIN to become a certified holistic health coach. In the IIN program, you will learn a myriad of dietary theories that will help you customize dietary protocols for clients. These protocols will help your clients heal and then maintain their newfound level of health. However, IIN is not very clinical, and you will not learn to run lab work or dive more deeply into severe health conditions with this certification alone.

    The second major bonus about IIN is that it will teach you how to counsel with food and beyond and to meet the client on their level, because it is never just about the food. And finally, IIN will give you the tools to set up a nutrition business of your own, which takes the stress and anxiety out of starting your business. IIN has a very reputable faculty, and their program now counts for college units up to 30 units.

    Since Christa is a part of IIN’s Ambassador program, she is able to offer 00 off the tuition at any time. Upon enrollment, ask for the Ambassador Savings Offer and mention Christa’s name. You will receive 0 off tuition plus an additional 0 off if you pay in full within two weeks of enrolling. If there’s another savings offer going on of equal or greater value, you will automatically get that scholarship instead.

    Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN)

    The FDN Certification Course is another online course, which teaches you the labs to use/run to help clients heal from the root cause (specifically focused on hormone and digestive health) and how to interpret the results along with providing the correct protocols to build health.

    FDN provides you with a step-by-step method to engage your clients and patients in the healing process so that the clients actually get the results they want. By gaining a complete understanding, you will be able to treat from the client’s root cause versus just treating from testing results.

    Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CNCB)

    The Clinical Nutrition Certification Board is more in-depth than the FDN program and will likely require some prerequisite science classes before enrolling (depending on your prior education). It provides professional training, examination, and certification for health care organizations; specialty credentialing programs; and state license/certification examinations. They provide a national board certification to practice nutrition in all states.

    Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM)

    IFM’s certification program is a comprehensive, clinical training for assessment, treatment, prevention, and management of patients with complex, chronic disease. After successful completion of written examinations following the completion of AFMCP and the six Advanced Practice Modules, the clinician is then certified as a functional medicine practitioner.

    All of the above programs are online programs.

    Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in nutrition usually teach the standard American food pyramid and often do not focus on functional medicine. However, a bachelor’s degree in nutrition along with the IIN program would give you a well-rounded, nutrition education.


    What is The Whole Journey?

    The Whole Journey is a clinical nutrition and holistic health company established to help people live healthier, happier, more balanced and energetic lives through whole food nutrition, supplementation, and healthy lifestyle guidance. Our programs are uniquely tailored to help an individual customize for their unique biochemistry. We focus on healing common chronic health concerns holistically, from the root cause in lieu of addressing individual symptoms.


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    Do you work with private clients?

    I maintained a bustling private practice for the past eight years and have had the privilege of working with over 1000 individuals in that time frame. Just recently, as of December 2013 though, I have closed my private practice with the intention of helping many more people than what is possible in a one-on-one setting. I have created a series of highly detailed e-products and courses that share all of my knowledge and information to help you become your own best doctor and to heal from the root cause using food as medicine. You can find out more about those here.

    I will also be focusing on finishing my new prenatal nutrition book and working on our national TV show, "The Randy and Christa Show: News that makes you healthier" which is an action-focused health show imparting the tenets of functional medicine and healing from the root cause. My hope is that show plays a part in a major paradigm shift of how health, medicine, and food quality are approached worldwide so unnecessary health issues and suffering can be reversed. Look for it on a new network Dr. TV. Here is our site map of where the show is playing so you can check your local listings.


    How do I find a good practitioner who can meet my needs?

    f you are in need of a private practitioner to focus intently on your unique needs, then I have some trusted referrals for you. I know and have worked with and/or teamed up successfully on cases with each of these individuals and can attest to the quality of their work, their knowledge, integrity and client/patient care. For any previous Whole Journey client, we are happy to transfer your file and all of your lab work to any of these practitioners, or your practitioner of choice. Just email support@thewholejourney.com if you need that service. You will not have to "start over" when you work with any of these practitioners.

    Their websites are below to help you decide who is the best person to meet your needs.

    Marc Sklar, Reproductive Wellness Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine

    Marc and I have successfully teamed up on several cases of women struggling with infertility, PCOS, and other tough hormonal imbalances. Marc runs many of the same tests that we used to run and follows a similar process. He is wonderful at getting to the root cause, cares deeply and is a great, supportive practitioner. Marc has two locations in San Diego but also works remotely worldwide. He does not focus as much on diet as a nutritionist would so perhaps working concurrently with him and a nutritionist would be a good match.

    Kim Schruette, Biodynamic Wellness

    Kim Schruette is a fantastic, highly knowledgeable practitioner with decades of experience with the most complicated of conditions. Her specialty is digestive health as she is a GAPS diet practitioner, but she is also wonderful with fertility, hormonal imbalances, genetic mutations, and host of other complicated health disorders. Kim is a big Weston A Price practitioner so she wouldn't be your first choice if you are vegetarian. Outside of that, I cannot say enough about how lovely, caring, and truly passionate she is about helping people through nutrient dense food and lifestyle adjustments. Biodynamic also focuses on the mental and emotional aspects of wellness that affect the physical body. Kim works remotely with clients via Skype and the phone.

    Emily Potter, Nourishmint Wellness

    Emily is a clinical nutritionist and holistic health counselor. I have trained her extensively for two years and she worked with The Whole Journey seeing private and group clients for 3 years. Emily is great with adrenal fatigue and digestive wellness as well as lifestyle upgrades, slowing down, sustainable stress management and eating healthy with kids / baby nutrition. She carries the same supplement lines we carried at TWJ and runs many of the same labs. Em has been practicing for three years. She consults in person in Encinitas, and via phone and Skype worldwide.

    Jeanne Rubin, East West Healing and Performance

    Jeanne's specialties lie in thyroid and adrenal disorders resulting from metabolic devastation caused by prolonged, chronic stress. She used to run labs and use supplements, but her practice no longer involves either (minor supplements might be part of it). I have worked with her myself as a private client and benefited greatly. She is well versed in many different, long-term and severe health issues and how to reverse them.

    Jeanne is a big fan of Ray Peat's work and embraces the dietary theory of "animals, roots, and fruits" to stabilize the body which in turn shuts off the stress response to incite full healing. She counsels remotely via Skype within the context of a six-month program.

    Dr. Benjo Masilungan, MD

    509 S Cedros Avenue, Solana Beach CA 92075

    (858) 350-4414

    Dr. Benjo is a functional medicine doctor. He is a medical doctor and also has 25 years of experience with herbs and nutrition therapy. He is a wonderful person to work with as your primary care doctor and a great guide as to how to do the least damage with pharmaceuticals if you need to be on them. While he is well versed in all health issues, his specialty is functional primary care and endocrinology, Parkinson's, dementia, and MS. Dr. Benjo's rate is a flat fee of 0/hour. He will accept the transfer of our files and is a very caring practitioner who will spend a solid hour with you each time. He does not, however, work remotely with patients. They must come in-person to his office for visits.

    For a further list of integrative MDs and other health care practitioners we recommend, please click here.


    Can you help me with specific health issues?

    If you have questions about specific health issues, please look at our extensive list of blogs and videos for a wide array of valuable information or see our recipes for healthy meal ideas. We routinely answer blog post question from these parts of our site as well as on our Whole Journey Facebook Page.


    What products or brands do you recommend?

    If you have questions about specific products or brands, please visit our comprehensive product review site.


    What types of supplements do you recommend and how much can I expect to spend?

    Please check our blog, "Nutritional and Herbal Supplements 101" to learn about general recommended supplements.

    I run a very comprehensive product review site where I list my favorite supplements and tell you why and what to use them for. Please visit that here to see if your questions regarding particular supplements can be answered.


    Can TWJ recommend any schools for nutrition?

    We get so excited when we hear about individuals who want to get an education in nutrition. We commend you for your passion in this much-needed area.

    The Whole Journey recommends the following programs:

    Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN)

    One attends IIN to become a certified holistic health coach. In the IIN program, you will learn a myriad of dietary theories that will help you customize dietary protocols for clients. These protocols will help your clients heal and then maintain their newfound level of health. However, IIN is not very clinical, and you will not learn to run lab work or dive more deeply into severe health conditions with this certification alone.

    The second major bonus about IIN is that it will teach you how to counsel with food and beyond and to meet the client on their level, because it is never just about the food. And finally, IIN will give you the tools to set up a nutrition business of your own, which takes the stress and anxiety out of starting your business. IIN has a very reputable faculty, and their program now counts for college units up to 30 units.

    Since Christa is a part of IIN’s Ambassador program, she is able to offer 00 off the tuition at any time. Upon enrollment, ask for the Ambassador Savings Offer and mention Christa’s name. You will receive 0 off tuition plus an additional 0 off if you pay in full within two weeks of enrolling. If there’s another savings offer going on of equal or greater value, you will automatically get that scholarship instead.

    Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN)

    The FDN Certification Course is another online course, which teaches you the labs to use/run to help clients heal from the root cause (specifically focused on hormone and digestive health) and how to interpret the results along with providing the correct protocols to build health.

    FDN provides you with a step-by-step method to engage your clients and patients in the healing process so that the clients actually get the results they want. By gaining a complete understanding, you will be able to treat from the client’s root cause versus just treating from testing results.

    Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CNCB)

    The Clinical Nutrition Certification Board is more in-depth than the FDN program and will likely require some prerequisite science classes before enrolling (depending on your prior education). It provides professional training, examination, and certification for health care organizations; specialty credentialing programs; and state license/certification examinations. They provide a national board certification to practice nutrition in all states.

    Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM)

    IFM’s certification program is a comprehensive, clinical training for assessment, treatment, prevention, and management of patients with complex, chronic disease. After successful completion of written examinations following the completion of AFMCP and the six Advanced Practice Modules, the clinician is then certified as a functional medicine practitioner.

    All of the above programs are online programs.

    Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in nutrition usually teach the standard American food pyramid and often do not focus on functional medicine. However, a bachelor’s degree in nutrition along with the IIN program would give you a well-rounded, nutrition education.


    What is The Whole Journey?

    The Whole Journey is a clinical nutrition and holistic health company established to help people live healthier, happier, more balanced and energetic lives through whole food nutrition, supplementation, and healthy lifestyle guidance. Our programs are uniquely tailored to help an individual customize for their unique biochemistry. We focus on healing common chronic health concerns holistically, from the root cause in lieu of addressing individual symptoms.


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