Rachel’s journey as a nutrition coach began in weight-loss and athletic performance. However, a couple years into her practice she began to suffer from severe gastrointestinal dysfunction (IBS.) After many false diagnoses, spending thousands of dollars on doctor visits and tests, and one doctor even suggesting the removal of her entire large intestine, Rachel decided to take her health into her own hands.

 

Using her knowledge in nutrition and dietetics Rachel became an expert on gut health and hormonal balance and completed her certification in functional medicine through the Kalish Institute. Rachel says “using a functional approach and focusing on the health of the gut microbiome saved [her] life. 

 

Rachel’s nutrition philosophy is one that looks at the total person. She uses functional lab testing to address the root cause of any imbalances in the body and creates a customized program consisting of dietary recommendations, supplements, and lifestyle modifications to optimize your health and wellbeing.

 

In this episode, Rachel opens up about her story of becoming one of the world’s top health and fitness influencers. On the outside, Rachel had the “perfect body.” However, on the inside, Rachel was suffering from gut issues, depression, anxiety, thyroid problems, and hormone imbalances. Rachel speaks about how she reversed her health, and we dive deep into the importance of your gut health. Plus, Rachel reveals what things you need to avoid in order to have a healthy gut. Tune in as we chat about the importance of lean muscle mass and why you might benefit from hiring a health coach.

 

Rachel Scheer

Rachel Scheer

Rachel Scheer is a Certified Nutritionist who received her degree from Baylor University in Nutrition Science and Dietetics. Rachel has her own private nutrition and counseling practice located in McKinney, Texas. Rachel has helped clients with a wide range of nutritional needs enhance their athletic performance, improve their physical and mental health, and make positive lifelong eating and exercise behavior changes.

Leave a Reply