As most chronic conditions and symptoms are multifactorial, Nutritional Therapy looks at the complete picture, identifying and modifying biochemical imbalances that could be causing body dysfunctions. This is achieved through completing a comprehensive client health history, including details of the individual’s diet and lifestyle routines. Where necessary, functional tests and relevant clinical assessments may be carried out in order to determine the origin of a particular problem. Dietary, nutritional and lifestyle advice and information will be given as an individualised plan.
Modern day lifestyle and diet research suggests there is an increasing number of health risks related to stress, being overweight and having poor nutritional balances. Nutritional Therapy is designed to look at the body as a whole living system and designed to help educate, motivate and support individuals towards achieving their personal goal.
The nutrients in food have a powerful effect on the body and when used in the correct way, may bring about beneficial changes to your health. Nutritional Therapy can help you with a long-term achievable regime and balanced approach to lifestyle and healthy eating. Making simple changes to your diet can put the control back in your own hands.
Nutritional therapy can work hand in hand with many other therapies and complementary treatments.