Frequently Asked Questions

I feel as though I am pretty knowledgeable about nutrition. Is this program right for me?

I feel as though I am pretty knowledgeable about nutrition. Is this program right for me?

YES! We welcome all nutrition fanatics! Alison is incredibly passionate about sharing evidence-based nutrition information and sharing it in a way that is easy to understand for all — those who are just starting out to those who have a great foundation. We often work with other registered dietitians and other health professionals to learn and share nutrition knowledge, including programs such as ours.

I have a complicated medical history and need a lot of help. Which program is right for me?

I have a complicated medical history and need a lot of help. Which program is right for me?

If you feel you need more individual attention, you might consider the group or mentorship program. The group program includes group coaching sessions where you will have the opportunity to ask questions specific to you. However, the mentorship program provides the most individual attention. It includes one 60-Minute Discovery Session and five, 30-Minute 1:1 Sessions With Alison. If you feel you need a lot of individual attention, the mentorship program might be best.

Is this program right for me if I am currently undergoing cancer treatment?

Is this program right for me if I am currently undergoing cancer treatment?

Active treatment individuals are more than welcome to join the program and can absolutely benefit! However, lessons and education will be focused on survivorship strategies, rather than active treatment needs related to side effect management (i.e. diarrhea, mouth sores, fatigue, etc.). If you would also like strategies for active treatment, the mentorship program would be your best choice. 


I don’t have cancer or chronic disease diagnosis. Is this program still right for me?

I don’t have cancer or chronic disease diagnosis. Is this program still right for me?

Absolutely! Wholesome and our programs are designed for anyone who is looking to adopt a healthy lifestyle focused on plant-forward nutrition to reduce the risk of cancer, its recurrence, and manage chronic disease impact.



Is this program only focused on cancer; reducing its risk of development or recurrence?

Is this program only focused on cancer; reducing its risk of development or recurrence?

Although much of our programs are focused on available research on cancer and nutrition, topics such as insulin resistance, blood sugar management, cholesterol, high blood pressure, and other conditions will be discussed. 


Do these programs include any lab work or testing for potential nutrient deficiencies?

Do these programs include any lab work or testing for potential nutrient deficiencies?

Although much of our programs are focused on available research on cancer and nutrition, topics such as insulin resistance, blood sugar management, cholesterol, high blood pressure, and other conditions will be discussed. 


Does insurance cover all or any portion of this program?

Does insurance cover all or any portion of this program?

This is a very common and understandable question. However, Wholesome LLC does not accept insurance. Why? When a third party is involved, we are unable to deliver a high standard of care for our clients. We believe health insurance is important to medical care, however, insurance companies often do not support prevention and wellness approaches.

We encourage using HSA and FSA because those are set up for preventative and wellness services. We always welcome open and honest conversations about finances to accommodate any budget.

If you believe your insurance company will provide reimbursement for services, consider submitting your claim via Reimbursify. Per request, Wholesome LLC will provide a receipt for you with proper coding should you like to submit it to your insurance. Please note, this is only applicable to the group and mentorship programs. 

What makes someone eligible for Wholesome Life?

What makes someone eligible for Wholesome Life?

Any individual that has completed a course or program with Wholesome is eligible for our membership program. (e.g. The Wholesome Journey Toolkit, Group Program, or Mentorship) 

I believe I am eligible for Wholesome Life but didn’t receive an invitation. How do I join?

I believe I am eligible for Wholesome Life but didn’t receive an invitation. How do I join?

If you haven’t received an invitation, but believe you qualify, please reach out to support@wholesomellc.com and we’ll let you know if you are eligible. If so, we’ll be sure to send you the invite! We’d love to have you!

I enrolled in The Wholesome Journey Toolkit course. Will I lose access when I join Wholesome Life?

I enrolled in The Wholesome Journey Toolkit course. Will I lose access when I join Wholesome Life?

Not at all — those programs are yours for life! When you join Wholesome Life, it will be added to your portal right alongside your existing programs. 

I’m currently working with you but haven’t been invited to Wholesome Life. Can I join?

I’m currently working with you but haven’t been invited to Wholesome Life. Can I join?

We are THRILLED to have you! You become eligible to join Wholesome Life after at least a 3-month completion of a nutrition coaching program or the completion of a Wholesome course. Why? We want to be sure each individual has at least a foundation of the teachings taught in the course. The Wholesome Life Membership is meant to dig deeper and go further. Once you complete at least the foundational coaching, you’ll be invited in — and we can’t wait to see you then!

If you have further questions, please contact us at support@wholesomellc.com