Travis Zipper, our Hormone Specialist here at NCI, knows that when it comes to hormones, there’s really no such thing as “close enough.” Your clients either have their hormones balanced and get results, or experience failure and frustration because they are just slightly out of whack. Virtually everything in nutrition comes back to hormones, and in the science of hormones, what you don’t know WILL hurt you!
As a professional, Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist (FDN), Travis medically orders all manners of functional health tests that allow clients to understand their hormonal dysfunctions and then helps them create healing plans based on those results. That is what makes him so invaluable as the NCI Hormones Instructor.
Travis’ main focus centers around hormonal imbalance and gut health; however, that is just the tip of the iceberg of his extensive knowledge. He has worked with over 2000 plus nutrition clients in both the functional medicine and conventional medical setting, focusing on low testosterone, adrenal dysfunction, estrogen dominance, peri and post-menopausal situations, infertility, hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, PCOS, dysbiosis of the gut, leaky gut, bacterial and parasitic infections, inflammatory bowel syndrome and many others.
As NCI’s Hormone Specialist Instructor, he will teach you how to understand your client’s true root cause of a possible problem; instead of just putting a band-aid on it and only treating the symptoms. Travis is also our Gut Specialist Instructor, teaching and mentoring the NCI Gut Health Master Class.
He takes the back-to-basics approach that nutrition and lifestyle are the most important factors to consider. He believes that a person’s health is founded on being educated on how to best care for themselves so that the body can run at peak efficiency - and this comes by way of what they eat and how they treat their body.
Travis shares his extensive experience and knowledge with you so that your clients can be as healthy as possible, see positive and healthy results, and live their lives to the fullest.