Victoria LaFont

Nutritional Therapy Practitioner
Certified GAPS Practitioner

(530) 277-9707

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Victoria is a hands-on nutritionist who uses in-office and lab testing along with a great sense of humor to find the perfect diet and lifestyle for you.


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It's all about feeling good.



You might be searching for a way to feel like you
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stop sneezing when your cat comes in, or the
pollen comes out.

Whatever your goal, I can help in a big way.


We go to the source, addressing the
underlying cause of your issue and then
healing it with (delicious) whole foods.


Published in PPNF Journal


Certified GAPS Practitioner

Nutritional TherapyAssociation

Lead Instructor for NTA


fun pic with me and Kristin cooking

Butter Does a Body Better

You can find me gardening in my backyard, teaching Pilates classes, or speaking at fun events about the biochemical wonders of butter and other traditional foods.  I also like to have a lot of fun.

But why did I become interested in good food anyway?

To make a long story short, I was born sick.  I have a beautiful, loving family who did their very best to raise me as a healthy kid.  But, pop culture nutrition and medicine simply do not have the right ingredients to grow a vibrant little one.  Once I was old enough to realize I could take action to feel better, I began experimenting with different diets and lifestyles.

And, that experimentation eventually led me to Hawai’i.  Through serendipity I landed at one of the most nutritionally educated and incredibly diverse communities on Earth – Pangaia on the Big Island.  My nutrition education began in 2003 while living in the jungle of Big I, and I haven’t stopped learning since.  For over 10 years I’ve read, studied, and guinea-pigged on myself to learn the foods and therapies that are the most effective.

And now I’m helping teach others who are interested in lifelong health as a Lead Instructor for the Nutritional Therapy Association.  But, I’m still not done learning!  I am currently studying to gain my Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine.  I hope my health journey never ends.  🙂

I am a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and certified GAPS Practitionerthrough the Nutritional Therapy Association, located in Olympia, Washington.  For over a decade I have explored varied diets and healing modalities, ranging from raw veganism to the Primal Diet.  My interest in diet stemmed from a strong desire to heal life long health problems without continued reliance on prescription drugs.

In 2006 I graduated magna cum laude from Murray State University with a bachelor of arts degree, emphasis in medical anthropology and professional writing.  My time studying varied cultures’ practices sparked my interest in continuing to investigate the link between chronic illness/ degenerative disease and dietary habits.

The teachings of the Weston A. Price Foundation, the Nutritional Therapy Association, and Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, paired with my background in medical anthropology have led me to believe that a properly prepared, whole food, nutrient dense diet is one of the primary keys to optimal health.


Interested in speaking with me?  
I’m great at returning calls.


(530) 277-9707


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