Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional therapy will give you advice on your diet and lifestyle to help you optimise your health.  Your needs are unique and depend on a number of factors – your genetics, your lifestyle and your environment.

How Does Nutritional Therapy Work?

Inadequate nutritional intake and lifestyle factors can lead to deficiencies, imbalances and dysfunction in the body, resulting in chronic ailments and conditions. By improving your nutrition, you can help support and build the body’s natural strength and resistance.

What Does A Consultation Involve?

Before the initial consultation you will need to fill out a questionnaire which includes a 3-day food diary. This will be discussed in more detail during the consultation. I will then give you tailored advice, which focuses primarily on diet and lifestyle, but can also involve the use of supplements and lab tests if appropriate. We will work together to devise an appropriate plan for you.

More than one consultation may be required to achieve your goals. Follow-ups are useful to assess your progress and make any necessary adjustments to your plan.

Who Can Benefit?

Most people can benefit in some way from nutritional therapy. By improving your nutritional intake you can help support your body to achieve better health, whether on it’s own or in conjunction with reflexology and/or other complementary therapies.  It can also be used along with medications prescribed by your GP.

It can simply benefit you to have a professional assessment of your diet to ensure that you’re getting all the nutrients you need to give you the best chance in preventing any health conditions developing in the future.

Please note:   Nutritional Therapy does not take the place of medical advice and does not involve the diagnosis of any diseases.  Nor does it claim to treat or cure medical conditions. The degree of benefit obtainable from nutritional therapy may vary between clients with similar health problems and following a similar nutritional therapy programme.

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