Nutritional Therapy looks at potential nutritional imbalances and how these may contribute to an individual’s symptoms and health concerns.
Apart from nutrition, other important factors are sleep, exercise, stress levels, relationships, and genetics. These factors are influenced by specific predisposing factors such as gender or age, events such as grief, trauma or environmental toxins, and ongoing physiological processes such as hormones but also thoughts and beliefs.
All this could result in fundamental imbalances in the body and eventually cause disease.
Whilst Nutritional Therapy does not seek to diagnose or treat disease, it is common that during the course of your consultation it will become apparent which areas of your body, and your life more generally, should become the main focuses of attention in the recommended nutritional and lifestyle modification programme. Such personalised programmes aim to help you better achieve and maintain optimal health.
Areas of nutrition I deal with:
If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have one of the conditions mentioned above, you should consult your GP first.
Always inform your GP before starting any therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
If you would like to know if Nutritional Therapy could be beneficial for you, please contact me for a free chat – no obligation, on 07974 429043 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org