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 I offer a

nutritional experience for

intentional clients,

who care very deeply

about making their

health their number

one priority.

Hi, I’m Aaron Lambert, Founder and

 Nutritional Educator of

Whole Health Nutrition Center, LLC 

The word clients use most to describe me is “supportive”. 


I believe empathy matters because it shows people you are listening to their deepest concerns. That you haven’t just slapped things together to get them out the door, but instead have taken such immense pride in the work that you do. Many clients come to me because their regular doctor may not be listening.


At WHC we deliver a customized approach for each client based on your individual nutritional needs. We provide you with the tools you need to live well and we pay attention to the details and work with you every step of the way.


My goal is helping you figure out what your body needs to stay healthy. I feel like what I offer here is unique because many people feel overwhelmed or don’t know where to start with the details, I find central in the healing process. 


As a result, I feel like I take on your health journey like it is my own and immerse myself in your world. My team and I pour all of our emotional energy and resources into your health needs with an immense goal of making you feel better. I see it as a privilege which I don’t take lightly because you are also investing your time, money and energy into your new health journey and you are believing in me to be the person to take you there. 


So that’s what you can expect.


Customized Nutritional Experience. Unbridled Care. Education. Heart. Empathy.

Aaron's Whole Health Journey

I have not always been as healthy as I am today. While I was generally considered quite healthy growing up, there were many underlying health issues that continued to get worse as I entered my twenties and early thirties. Below is the list of health concerns that I had around age 30.

  • Falling asleep/drowsiness in the afternoon.

  • Feeling bloated/gassy after meals.

  • Extreme sugar/grain cravings between meals.

  • Frequent nightmares.

  • Recurring sinus infections.

  • Frequent migraines/headaches.

  • Highly irritable if I didn't get a sugar fix.

  • Many cavities after years without any.

  • Weight gain even with strenuous exercise.

  • Nervous leg bouncing and hand motions.

  • Dizziness upon standing and fainting spells.

  • IBS with tremendous abdominal pain.

  • Vicious stuffy nose and post nasal drip episodes that prevented me from sleeping. Drove me crazy!!

Around this time, I had a health emergency that led me to passing out and in the hospital. Later, I was told that I was kept alive on my way to the hospital by steroid injections because my heart rate kept falling below 20 beats per minute.

After four days in the hospital and numerous tests no one could tell me what happened except that it wasn't a heart attack. No one talked to me about my diet or gave me any suggestions to improve my health. At this point, I knew something had to be done or else I was in for some serious health issues in the near future.

My sister, Tara, who is the owner of the Nutritional Wellness Center in Ithaca was, at this time, beginning to work on a list of health concerns that baffled every one she sought help from. So I followed her lead and began working with the same Nutrition Response Testing (NRT) practitioner she was working with. I learned that my diet had undernourished my adrenals to the point that they had trouble functioning properly and that poorly nourished adrenals have a hard time maintaining normal blood pressure and heart function. (This answered the question why I always got dizzy when I stood up quickly.)

As time went on, my sister became healthy the first time in her life by following the nutrition and supplement advice of her NRT practitioner. Eventually, she had enough energy to learn how to be a NRT practitioner. Ultimately, she opened up her own wellness center. I, on the other hand, would get some results and then fall back into my old eating habits. My symptoms would always return. Once she became a NRT practitioner, I decided to let her help me improve my health.

Over a period of two to three years I would continue the cycle of improving my health and then reverting back to my previous eating habits. Each time I restarted my attempt to improve my health, it took longer to feel better. During this time, my sister told me I was the worst client she ever had.

Finally, I chose a healthy future over sugar, fast food and highly processed food. This is the best decision I ever made. Today, at the age of 40, I have none of those symptoms listed above. I have never felt better and am extremely happy I have taken control of my health.

And taking control of your health is what I want to help you to do!!


Aaron Lambert



clinical nutritionist, &

nutrition educator

Aaron Lambert is a 1995 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point with a Masters of Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition from New York Chiropractic College. 


After a health scare at age 30, he started to explore the role of nutrition in building excellent health.  This led him to become certified as a Nutritional Educator through the National Institute of Whole Health.  In addition, he completed and continues to maintain the most advanced level of training for Nutrition Response Testing (NRT).  During his time learning NRT, Aaron studied under the creator of NRT, Dr. Freddie Ulan.


Aaron worked with his sister, Tara, at the Nutritional Wellness Center in Ithaca as the Client Advocate.  During this time his health improved dramatically. After 5 years, a wonderful opportunity presented itself and he opened the Whole Health Nutrition Center in Endicott in November of 2012.  In the spring of 2020 Aaron moved and expanded WHNCenter to a space of its own in Binghamton. 

Meet Giesha

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Office/Brand Manager

Giesha's Whole Health Journey

Whole Health Nutrition Center gave me direction. I used to take my health for granted. I grew up eating foods packed with nutrients. I rarely got sick and my body never felt bad with my diet. However, after living on my own, everything changed. I was introduced to a different culture of food. I grew up on an island with only a couple of restaurants. I was excited and tried everything I could get my hands on. Even though I was still active, my body didn’t feel good. For the first time in my life, I was constantly getting colds. It didn’t help that I moved from Hawai’i, where it never dropped below 70 degrees, to New York. 

While I understood that my diet came into play with how my body felt, I couldn’t do it by myself. WHNCenter gave me that push I needed. My body feels closer to how it felt when I was younger. I hold myself accountable for the things that I eat. I’ve learned so much about nutrition and my body. I want to be able to help people feel just as good as I do and give them the direction that I needed so long ago. 

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