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DeLys Strickland

Certified Nutritionist / Bio-Cell Technician


I was born and raised in Southern California, but ventured to Colorado where I continued my education and embarked on a family life.


Arapahoe Creek is an identity that I embraced, not only because of the area where I happened to live in Colorado, but upon following my ancestry, realized that a good portion of my mother’s family originated from the indigenous people of our nation. I carry so much respect for their traditions and use of natural remedies for healing.

Now that my children are grown, I decided to return to California a few years ago and further my career path by becoming certified in the field of Nutrition and Wellness.

The thing that might set me apart from many is that I love to research and keep up with the most current, relevant information when it comes to diet trends, supplements and general wellness.


My hope is to guide and help you and many others in finding their way to better health by offering personal consultation and support along with progressive treatments, in order for you to attain a more vigorous lifestyle. There’s no time better than right now to begin improving your wellbeing! I really look forward to meeting with you.


The Medicine Wheel in Native American tradition is represented by their sacred number Four.

It teaches us that our health is deeply connected to nature and other beings on Earth. We learn that good health is about having balance so that we do not experience dis-ease. The Medicine Wheel teaches us that everything on Mother Earth is interconnected and that our health is deeply connected to nature as well.


The positive aspects are reflected in good feelings, relationships, respect and caring, which contribute to being able to listen from within and heal.

Used as a self-assessment to determine how balanced one is; It reminds us that we need to balance all Four aspects of our being – the emotional, spiritual, intellectual and physical, which also coincide with the Four Elements and the Four Seasons in nature.


“Keeping your body healthy is an expression of gratitude to the whole cosmos — the trees, the clouds, everything.”   ~Thich Nhat Hanh


Southern California


Certified Nutritionist


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