Marcea Klein - Naturopath- Nutrition & Lifestyle
Marcea's approach is a holistic, personalized and integrative one that involves understanding who the client is, and the prevention, management and root causes of their condition.
She treats the person who has the disease, not the disease the person has.
Marcea's Evidence-based Health and Nutrition Tips
- Take care of your Immune system and Gut Health with Fermented and Pre and Probiotic foods
- Eat seasonal farm-fresh vegetables and fruits- Organic when possible
- Avoid processed and refined food- eat real food
- Eat more plant-based foods and protein with lots of herbs and spices
- Minimize your intake of added sugar
- Start a vegetable and herb garden
My goal is to ensure that the right program is designed just for you so that you can achieve your health goals.
When it comes to good nutrition and health, there’s a lot to know about in this environmentally changing and challenged toxic world.
The air you breathe, the water you drink, the food you eat, the thoughts you think, stress, your home and work environment are all lifestyle factors that play an important role in building up your health and immune system to maintain health.
In our modern-day lives, there are many causes that contribute to Nutrient Deficiency and poor quality health such as:
- Processed and refined foods
- Prescription drugs
- Poor air quality
- Poor water quality
- Alcohol and recreational drugs
- Strenuous exercise
A deficiency in vitamins, antioxidants and/or minerals, or experiencing stress may cause many chronic type health conditions such as depression, anxiety,or hormonal and thyroid imbalances. These can be successfully treated in a naturally integrated way, resulting in a positive outcome.
Common conditions addressed where Nutrition and lifestyle Medicine can assist:
- Allergies & Food Intolerances
- Panic attacks
- Immune disorders
- Liver overload
- Sleep disorders
- Adrenal fatigue
- Thyroid conditions
- Reproductive disorders, PCOS, PMS,
- Memory Problems
- Stomach and bowel problems
- Gut problems
- Leaky Gut
- Mood swings
- Low self-esteem
Nutritional and Lifestyle
Due to a number of very stressful life events, I was feeling very depleted and exhausted physically. I had little energy and was becoming increasingly concerned as I didn't feel able to 'bounce' back. After consulting with Marcea Klein she recommended Chinese Herbs and a change in diet.
After 6 weeks of taking the herbs and change in diet and lifestyle suggestions, I started to feel increased energy levels, as well as a greater feeling of physical wellbeing. I continued to take the herbs, which benefited me greatly, including areas of my body that always had problematic health issues.
I would strongly recommend that if you are feeling ill health, or not quite right that you trust Marcea's professional recommendations. I am very relieved that with Marcea's assistance I have been able to turn around absolute exhaustion before it developed into chronic and long term health issues.
- Katie Mason
One of our daughters was diagnosed with asthma at the age of three. The G.P. gave us prescriptions for preventatives. Her health only became worse. She had more colds, asthma attacks, headaches high temperatures and 2 overnight stays in the hospital. Marcea recommended that I attend her cooking workshops which helped a great deal, along with changes in diet and lifestyle, herbs and nutritional vitamins and minerals. My daughter continued to improve and we also benefitted and fine-tuned our health issues and learned more about Food as Medicine.
- D. D.
Qualification detailsBA in Speech Pathology and Education CCNY 1965
Bachelor of Health Science CCNY 1970
Wholistic Health Counsellor 1996 The Australian School of Macrobiotics
Holistic Health Counsellor 2002 Academy of Healing Nutrition
Traditional Chinese Medicine Nutritionist 2004- China Herb
Tibetan Buddhist Psychotherapist and Clinical Psychotherapist
Institute of Clinical Psychotherapy 2008
Dream Analyst- The Australian and NZ Assoc. of Independent Dream Analysts 2008
Food As Medicine- Monash University 2016
The Infant Microbiome 2020