Natalie Earle is a certified Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP) based in Jacksonville, Oregon. Natalie has been in the holistic medicine field for ten years, starting her practice as a nutritionist at a functional medicine clinic where she helped individuals reverse chronic diseases such as Hashimoto's, PCOS, IBS, and type 2 diabetes.
Natalie has received training and is currently under the supervision of Mary Ruddick, CNC. Natalie specializes in working with digestive issues, chronic constipation, and IBS/SIBO. Along with her focus on digestive health, Natalie has a passion for women's health and hormonal imbalances ranging from PMS to post-menopause and neuroendocrine disorders like Alzheimer's. Her journey started after she earned her bachelor's in Physics when she began experiencing symptoms stemming from a dysregulated nervous system, vax injury, mercury poisoning, and the SAD diet. Her symptoms manifested as severe PMS, brain fog, eczema/psoriasis, sleep dysregulation, fatigue, pre-diabetes, candida, cysts, acne, anxiety, depression, and gastrointestinal issues.
Natalie's study of the microbiome and nutritional therapy led her to improve her mood, physical symptoms, and energy. She has lived the connection between gut health, physiological health, and psychological well-being by changing her nutrition and reversing food intolerances. She helps to support your body's healing by regenerating the immune, hormonal, and nervous systems. Natalie uses a variety of dietary protocols such as the GAPS diet, ketogenic diet, lectin-free, low-oxalate, low-histamine, carnivore, soluble-solution, FODMAP and fasting. She uses an individualized approach to create custom nutritional recommendations, including supplements, herbs, limbic system and IFS, self-compassion meditation, and hypnosis.