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Rosemary Cosmetics

Evidence-Based. Personalized to You.

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I am a certified nutrition specialist, certified personal trainer, corrective exercise specialist, and behavioral change specialist.

I studied accounting, economics, and Spanish at Regis University. I then earned my Master's degree in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Western States, where I currently serve on the teaching staff. I used the healing and transformative power of whole-food nutrition and functional medicine to overcome my own health challenges.

I am a Colorado native and enjoy hiking, strength training, and yoga. I use my background in anatomy and functional movement along with my training in functional medicine nutrition to provide tailored diet and lifestyle recommendations to clients. I believe health is our greatest asset and am passionate about helping others to live vibrantly and pain-free.

Jenn Evon

MS, CNS, CPT, CES, BCS

TRAINING & CREDENTIALS

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HUMAN NUTRITION AND FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE

University of Western States

CERTIFIED NUTRITION SPECIALIST

American Nutrition Association

CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER

National Academy of Sports Medicine

CORRECTIVE EXERCISE SPECIALIST

National Academy of Sports Medicine

BEHAVIORAL CHANGE SPECIALIST

National Academy of Sports Medicine

Herbs and Vegetables

Certified Nutrition Specialist

I am a board certified nutrition specialist (CNS) through the American Nutrition Association. This is one of the most rigorous nutrition certifications, requiring at least a Master's degree level of education, 1,000 hours of clinical supervision, a passing mark on a comprehensive board exam, and continuing education units to maintain good standing. 

FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE NUTRITION

I approach nutrition and health from a functional medicine perspective. Functional medicine is a systems-based approach that focuses on personalized recommendations for the client and relies on the therapeutic partnership between the client and practitioner. Rather than merely addressing symptoms, functional medicine looks deeper into root causes. Biochemical, genetic, and lifestyle factors are all considered when seeking to understand the cause of imbalances in the body. The focus is on health span rather than merely the absence of disease.

 

Functional medicine nutrition is not diagnostic and does not treat disease. Rather, individualized dietary and lifestyle modifications are recommended to help restore balance to the body. While a major emphasis is placed on a food-first approach to health, I also consider the impact of factors such as proper sleep, movement, and stress management.

 

It's important to me to create personalized recommendations that work for you, your life, and your goals. While change requires that we stretch ourselves out of our comfort zone, I also want to make sure that my recommendations are realistic and help to facilitate sustainable lifestyle changes. I utilize coaching techniques to help you overcome resistance and set goals that will help you create lasting change. I want to ensure you have the knowledge and tools to feel empowered with your health.

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