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Carla
Hernandez
Nutritional Therapist at Wise Roots Nutrition
Carla Hernandez is a certified Nutritional Therapist with a passion to educate and inspire others to take charge of their health, looking at food as preventive medicine. Having her bachelors degree in Nutritional Sciences, as well as a certificate in Holistic Nutrition, makes Carla a well rounded and unique practitioner who understands the science of how to support the body correctly, but also respects the healing power of whole foods. Carla understands both the biochemical process and integrative approach that is needed in an effective nutrition program and plan. She works with individuals and groups locally and worldwide, as well as creates specific educational nutrition and wellness programs to address the needs and goals of companies, empowering people to make responsible and healthful food choices. She believes in finding the root cause of a condition, rather than just treating the symptoms. Carla works with individuals locally in San Francisco and the Bay Area, as well as long distance via phone and Skype. She specializes in skin and digestive conditions with individuals, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, roseacea, IBS, and food intolerance's/ sensitivities.

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Posted: Oct 12, 2016
With all the products on the market, how are you suppose to know the best supplements to take to improve the health of your skin? Although I am not an advocate of relying on supplements to get proper nutrition (I always recommend food, first and foremost), they can be... Read More
Posted: Jun 09, 2016
My Favorite Grab n’ Go Snacks “What are some easy healthy snacks that I can feel good about consuming?” This is by far one of the most consistent questions I receive. Snacking doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Like almost everything else, you want to... Read More
Posted: Apr 27, 2016
This is a guest post I did for my friend and follow nutritionist, Mary Vance. There’s a misconception that hormonal acne is a teenage problem, but the truth of the matter is that it can affect anyone with a hormone imbalance. Even dermatologists are finding that late... Read More
Posted: Mar 01, 2016
GLUTEN FREE: Is it Enough? Acne is a skin problem experienced by adolescents and adults alike, but luckily eating gluten free can make a dramatic difference in outbreaks. While acne is largely aesthetic, it can lead to a host of psychological problems, such as lowered self-... Read More
Posted: Feb 21, 2016
You’re probably familiar with the typical treatment drill for yeast infections: Go to your doctor, get antibiotics and make it go away, immediately! Usually a topical cream or an antibiotic is given for cases of yeast infections, which never really gets rid of the real... Read More
Posted: Jan 07, 2016
Health advice to my younger self The new year brings up a lot of reflection for many, myself included. This year in particular is more emotional than others in that I’m leaving the decade of my 20’s and will very soon be approaching my thirties. It’s a... Read More
Posted: Dec 08, 2015
The idea behind “How To Prevent Acne While You Sleep” was actually inspired by a pretty cool company using technology to keep skin clear in bed, which I’ll talk about more below. Since trying their product, I have gotten motivated to revamp my entire night... Read More
Posted: Sep 02, 2015
The Best Oils for Clear and Healthy Skin Oil for your skin?! Oh yeah…I wasn’t a believer immediately, but after some tried and true experimentation, I have fallen in love. Now, if you tried to put oil anywhere near my face or skin just a couple years ago, I... Read More
Posted: Mar 12, 2015
The simplest and inexpensive way to younger healthier skin. Wouldn’t it be awesome to not NEED to moisturize your body? Can you imagine having smooth skin naturally, just relying on diet and simple body care techniques? It’s definitely possible. Six years ago I had... Read More
Posted: Mar 11, 2015
Are histamine causing foods contributing to your acne? This is a guest post I did for the Healthy Home Economist. We have known since the 1930’s that beneficial bacteria, especially Lactobacillus acidophilus found in fermented foods, can help heal intestinal... Read More

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