Dr. Jerrica Sweetnich
Jerrica Sweetnich grew up in a suburb just outside of Cleveland, Ohio. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio, she received her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, Illinois. She has also obtained her Certified Nutrition Specialist professional certification.
Jerrica focuses on finding the root cause of disease and treats everyone from a personalized and holistic viewpoint. After being diagnosed and successfully treating herself for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) she developed a passion for women’s health, including making women aware that there are other options besides the traditional medical solution. With a focus on thyroid health, including but not limited to Grave’s disease, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and hypothyroidism, Jerrica is able to help many women within Northeast Ohio. She is an expert in botanical medicine as well as nutritional therapies and is also currently studying to become nutritional IV certified.
Her passion for health is displayed in her lifestyle and the care she offers. Being an athlete all her life Jerrica is an avid gym go-er, from spinning classes to kickboxing to lifting weights, she enjoys it all. Also having a deep love for the outdoors, when not in the office or gym you can find Jerrica with her husband, daughter and son somewhere in the woods!
Read more from Jerrica on her blog: Modern Health
Beth Kaczmar- Health Coach
Beth is a married mother of four children, loves to cook, especially transforming favorite dishes into low-calorie, low-fat, healthy recipes for family and friends to enjoy. She got a bachelors degree from the University of Akron in Nutrition and Dietetics. She has worked at both Akron Children’s Hospital as a diet tech and at Weight Watchers. More recently, she created Kaczmar’s Chocolate Covered Cookie Co. with her daughter after being runner up in Mrs. Field’s cookie contest. She has always stressed good health and nutrition without deprivation. Exercising is also a very big component in her life. While she had more time before having kids to regularly compete in triathlons, she has found a little time over the last few years to still participate in a few races, and have her daughter train with her to participate! She feels working out is one of the most important parts of her day still finds time between juggling her four kids and going through training to be a health coach for the Precision Nutrition team.
Beth will be spearheading Revitalize’s online coaching for nutrition and exercise starting in January 2018. She will also be having group classes once a month to share tips and recipes.