Website Disclaimer & Affiliate Disclosure
Please read the following disclaimer before using this website.
Welcome to the Nourish & Cherish disclaimer page! The purpose of this page is to inform you about how my website works.
All information and resources on this website are based on the opinions of the author. Any articles, posts and writings suggesting or claiming potential health benefits from dietary or lifestyle changes, including the use of supplements, have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. To be clear, the information on this website should NOT be taken as medical advice nor should it be used to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease or condition. Please consult a qualified medical provider about any changes you wish to make to your treatments or prescribed medications. You are responsible for your own health decisions and should not rely on any information from this website to replace the advice and supervision of a qualified healthcare professional.
All publications on this website are property of the author and may not be re-printed without express permission of the author.
Scope of Practice
As a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP), I do not diagnose or treat disease, but instead I make nutritional recommendations for balancing the body and promoting optimal wellness. My services and writings are centered in functional, holistic nutritional therapy and are not intended to replace professional medical advice by a licensed medical provider or to influence medical treatments or the use of prescription medications. Always consult with your doctor and/or pharmacist about any changes you wish to make to your treatments or medications.
As a reader of this website, you are not considered a client. However, if you are interested in becoming a one-to-one client visit my Services page to learn more.
FTC Disclosure & Affiliate Links (Sales Commissions)
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requires bloggers and website authors to disclose any financial interests they may have in making recommendations or giving their opinion on a product or service. Since I have used A LOT of products and services over the years during my family’s quest for natural health, it’s easy for me to give experienced recommendations. However, I only recommend products I have used and believe in and would tell you about anyhow. If I do review or recommend a product or service I may use what is called an affiliate link when I describe the product or service. This means that when you click on say, a book I love and recommend reading, the affiliate link will take you to an online store like Amazon. If you choose to make a purchase through this link I will earn a small sales commission at no extra cost to you. This effort helps me keep my blog up and running so I can provide you with up-to-date, research-based holistic nutrition information, healthy recipes and more!
This blog is primarily about information sharing and any post or article I write that includes affiliate links will have a disclosure statement above it stating something like:
Hey there! This post may contain affiliate links meaning that I get a commission if you decide to make a purchase through this link at no extra cost to you. This helps me keep my website fueled with meaningful functional holistic nutrition information!
Again, I only recommend items or services that I love and believe in and would be truly happy to tell you about anyhow!