Sharon Meyer, CNC
Sharon Meyer, DipION, CNC a certified nutritionist and helps patients benefit from the substantial research linking nutrition and health. She is an engaging and compassionate person who designs practical, customized approaches to nutrition that are flexible and easily adopted. Though Sharon has studied the culinary arts at a Cordon Bleu School, she is adept at giving people simple ways to eat nutritious foods. She can make up recipes as she speaks, tailoring her recommendations to the patient’s preferences. Sharon draws upon two highly successful weight loss programs and gluten-free diet plans. She also relies on nutritional supplements with strong scientific research like the Metagenics products.
Sharon’s approach is comprehensive and straight-forward. In her nutrition consultations and classes, Sharon uses Bio-Electrical Impedance Analysis (BIA), which measures body fat, muscle tissue, cell health, and hydration in the body. She helps individuals with general nutritional support, women’s health issues, cancer, weight management, digestive functioning, inflamatory issues, children’s health and more.
A practicing consultant for nearly two decades and certified First Line Therapy practitioner, Sharon graduated from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in London, a cutting-edge program founded by the author of the popular book The Optimum Nutrition Bible. Sharon teaches classes and cooking workshops, and has been on TV and radio shows in addition to presenting over 50 lectures on nutrition in the Bay Area.
Services offered at IHH San Francisco, Marin and Santa Rosa:
IHH San Francisco Clinic
2300 California Street (entrance on Webster)
SF, CA 94115
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IHH Marin Clinic
1350 South Eliseo Drive, Ste 120
Greenbrae, CA 94904
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IHH Santa Rosa Program
2449 Summerfield Road, 2nd floor
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
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"Sharon is fantastic. She is helping me so much, and I already see the change in the way I approach food and cooking."