He is a Clinical Nutritionist, Herbalist and holds a PhD in Nutrition from McGill University in Quebec, Canada.
He has authored 1 book that is currently with Edition Berger publishers in Canada awaiting publication. The topic of his first book is the relationship between fats and heart disease. This is also the subject of his current research at Mass General Hospital in Boston.
Dr. Gregoire held a position at MGH Boston performing research on lipid metabolism as it relates to heart disease. He moved to Boston in 2007 from Canada.
Dr. Gregoire holds an advance certification in Nutrition Response Testing from Ulan Nutritional Systems in Florida and he is a certified herblist through the Austrailian College of Phytotherapy.
He has a passion to help and has found success with a wide variety of ailments related to nutritional imbalance.
He has successfully worked with patients seeking relief and help with:
Weight Loss, Depression, Migraine Head Aches, Fibromyalgia, Digestive Issues, Indigestion, Fatigue, Menstrual Irregularities and Menstrual Problems, Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Anemia, Heart Disease, High Cholesterol, Bad Cholesterol
Weight loss is a major challenge for most Americans with over 60% of the US population now being overweight. Digestive challenges and hormonal imbalances play a role in a healthy weight as well. Fatigue, menstrual irregularities, anxiety, stress and depression all play a role. Nutrition even plays a role in pain and how your body copes with stress and trauma.
Unfortunately we have eaten our way into most of our health problems and this has left organs and organ systems sluggish. The typical American diet has created a situation of toxicity and non-optimal function. Through Nutrition Response Testing and a Personalized Health Improvement Program your body starts returning to a state of balance including restoring its power to heal. As a result a patient’s first experience can be weight-loss because of the release of accumulated toxic waste products trapped within your body’s individual cells and in the fat. Weight in the form of fat falls off because of dietary modifications and metabolic changes associated with a better balanced body. Overall, a strategy of balancing your body using NRT can not only get you healthy but help you stay healthy.