Nutritional Therapy

  • Nutritional Therapy is the application of nutrition science in the promotion of health and peak performance. Nutritional Therapy can identify potential nutritional imbalances and how these contribute to symptoms. This approach allows the nutritional therapist to work with people on many levels by addressing nutritional imbalances and supporting the body towards maintaining health.
  • Nutritional Therapists recognise that each person is an individual with unique requirements and will take time to define a personalised nutrition plan rather than a ‘one size fits all’ approach.Nutrition and lifestyle approaches to healthcare have been repeatedly shown to support the health of all the major systems of the body
    • skeletal
    • muscular
    • nervous
    • respiratory
    • cardiovascular
    • digestive
    • excretory
    • endocrine
    • immune
    • reproductive
    • integumentary [skin, hair, nails]

     

  • Typical priorities in nutritional therapy consultations are to support

    • optimum energy levels
    • healthy blood sugar balance
    • emotional and psychological wellbeing
    • optimum gastrointestinal health
    • tolerance to a broad range of food groups
  • Nutritional therapy is a complementary practice working alongside your GP or current health provider.