Jessica Doyle is a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (CNTP) and Registered Nurse (RN). She is also a certified health coach for preconception, pregnancy and postpartum. With over 20 years working in the healthcare industry, Jessica specializes in supporting her patients through tailored nutrition with the goal of experiencing more vitality, wellness and energy.
After ten years working as a labor and delivery nurse, along with experiencing her own health issues, she realized traditional western models of medicine couldn’t provide the solutions most people needed to resolve their health issues. She realized that some patients felt dismissed and frustrated with “normal” test results despite abnormal symptoms, which persisted and often developed into more serious health concerns.
Always a learner and never satisfied with the status quo, Jessica decided to explore other avenues of healthcare and found Functional Medicine. Functional Medicine combats the idea of medicine-centered treatment and shifts the focus to the whole patient. She now helps patients heal by addressing the root cause of illness through personalized nutrition and lifestyle modifications.
She attended the Nutritional Therapy Institute of Denver for two years to become a CNTP. She also trained with the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), and attended numerous Apex courses designed by Dr. Datis Kharazian. Most recently, she completed a health coaching certification for preconception, pregnancy and postpartum, and she is currently enrolled in a sports and performance nutrition program which uses a holistic approach to maximizes the body’s natural ability to achieve personal fitness and athletic goals. She is also trained to help you understand our favorite nutrigenomics test from Nutrition Genome.
Jessica enjoys consulting one-on-one with patients on fertility, pregnancy, gut health, autoimmunity and metabolic conditions. She also provides nutritional education for weight loss, anti-aging, aesthetics and sports performance. She teaches patients that much of what they experience as far as symptoms or illness can be attributed to deficiencies in nutrients, imbalances in the body, inflammation and food sensitivities.
Jessica is a mom of 3 and a grandmother of 2. She and her husband are Colorado natives and love the outdoors. With her youngest daughter in both indoor and beach competitive volleyball she spends most of her free time court side and loves being the team mom. She also loves playing sports and grabbing the occasional OrangeTheory Fitness class when possible.
A science-based, nutritional approach to health and wellness is essential in achieving and maintaining optimal health. So we are super excited to have Jessica’s expertise in our practice! Jessica sees new and established clients worldwide over telemedicine. Schedule a consultation and learn more here.