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Sunita Dayal

The Institute of Integrative Nutrition (NYC)

Sunita Dayal is a Health Coach who has a science based, highly personalised
approach to identifying and treating underlying causes of illness. She provides
individualised health and nutrition coaching to people who want to take charge
of their lives, health and well-being. This ultimately restores health and
optimises body function.

Sunita received her training at The Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New
. Her passion for the integrated benefits of nutrition and a healthy lifestyle
led her to study at The School of Applied Functional Medicine. She is a
member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.

Sunita is driven by her passion to help people lead healthy happy lives. Her
functional medicine-based approach will identify your unique bio-individual
body make-up and thereafter tailor nutrition, supplements and lifestyle to
optimise health and wellness, and can reverse the root cause of illness.

Her understanding of the interconnectedness of the body means that Sunita has
a collaborative approach with other healthcare practitioners, including doctors
and naturopaths. Her special interests include clients who have diabetes and
cardiovascular disease such as hypertension.

Sunita’s deep commitment to this cause means she develops customized plans
based on individual circumstances, lifestyle, habits, health condition and other
needs, with great client satisfaction and far-reaching outcomes.

3 Facts About Functional Medicine: 
  • Functional medicine has a patient-centered approach, and addresses the

    whole person along with the inter-connectedness of the different systems of
    the body, not just an isolated set of symptoms.

  • It promotes the understanding of interactions among genetic, environmental,

    and lifestyle factors and leverages that for finding the root cause of

  • It empowers patients and practitioners to work together to promote optimal
    wellness with personalized treatment plans to restore balance. These include
    diet, supplemental nutrition, exercise, lifestyle, behaviour therapies and
    environmental modifications to promote health and vitality.

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