Carolyn Denton, MA, LN

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Carolyn identifies underlying physiological imbalances that contribute to chronic health issues. Food is information.  The body requires nutrients for direction and function.  What and how we eat is the natural solution to restoring balance.

Stress influences the body in profound ways; digestion, sleep, mood, concentration and even how we store energy are all affected.  Carolyn incorporates mindful eating and meditative practices to enhance vitality and reduce stress.


For two decades, Carolyn has successfully partnered with a variety of clients to help them achieve optimal health and well being.  Areas of expertise include:

Autoimmune diseases           Digestive problems

Anxiety and depression      Inflammatory conditions

Food sensitivities and intolerances

Fibromyalgia                  Sleep issues

Perimenopause                  Heart health

Integrative Nutrition             Holistic Nutrition

Blood sugar imbalances              Insulin resistance

Skin conditions

 Carolyn delivers nutrition education programs in clinical, educational, and corporate settings. She has published articles in a variety of magazines and periodicals and wrote the nutritional content for Taking Charge of Your Health, the website of the University of Minnesota’s Center for Spirituality and Healing. She also teaches Functional Nutrition at the University of Minnesota. Carolyn holds a Masters Degree in Nutrition with an emphasis on nutrition and aging. Carolyn is currently at work on her first book, which addresses the nutritional saboteurs of health and well-being.