about nutritional therapy
Nutritional therapy is an evidence-based approach to maximising your health potential through individually formulated nutritional and lifestyle changes. It promotes the benefits of wholesome food for optimal wellbeing as well as the therapeutic effects of particular foods for specific health conditions.
Nutritional Therapists assess the general health, medical history and dietary and lifestyle habits of each individual to evaluate any potential imbalances within the body. Using their understanding of these imbalances and any health concerns present, they can then provide tailored lifestyle and nutrition programmes to support a broad spectrum of symptoms and inspire people to take control of their health and wellbeing.
Nutritional Therapy supports the body as a whole and works on the basis that we are each individual in our make-up and therefore, the 'one size fits all' model of eating simply doesn't work for everyone.
Nutritional Therapists understand that, as individuals, no one plan will work for everyone. Nutritional therapists are not a replacement for medical professionals and do not claim to be able to “treat”, “prevent” or “cure”.
What health concerns may benefit from Nutritional Therapy?
Constipation, diarrhoea, bloating, IBS, reflux, food allergies/intolerances, IBD, diverticulitis
Hormonal imbalances, women's health (infertility, PMS, PCOS, endometriosis, menopause symptoms, recurring thrush)
Asthma, sinusitis, allergies, COPD, chronic bronchitis
Weight gain, inability to lose weight, weight loss, difficulty putting weight on, sugar cravings, blood sugar imbalances
Acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, pigmentation
Thyroid issues, diabetes, adrenal insufficiency
Raised cholesterol, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome
MENTAL HEALTH & GENERAL WELLBEING
Low mood, stress, anxiety, fatigue, poor concentration, ADHD
Frequent infections, autoimmune diseases