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Nutritional therapy uses the science of food to promote and support health. Have you ever heard you are what you eat? Well this is true! Vitamins and minerals and other substances found in food like proteins, fats and carbohydrates are all used by the body. Whether its glucose from carbohydrates giving your energy or magnesium being used as a cofactor in melatonin production which helps you to sleep! You can see how what you eat really does affect your health both positively and negatively.
Nutritional therapy is a complementary medicine and can be used to help support any diagnosed health conditions you may already have. A nutritional therapist will take an extensive case history from you, looking at your family history as well as your diet and lifestyle. The practitioner then puts all the pieces of the puzzle together to find the root cause of your condition or symptoms. This is then supported using diet and lifestyle advice and often supplements for any imbalances you may have.
Good nutrition really is a lifestyle and can be used as a preventative medicine to help keep you healthy for your future. It is relevant both for individuals looking to enhance their health and wellbeing and for those with chronic conditions wishing to work with a nutritional therapist in collaboration with other suitably qualified healthcare professionals.
A 1-1 consultation includes:
Comprehensive medical history analysis
Nutrition and Lifestyle plan provided post consultation, and delivered over zoom
Supported with handouts.
Initial appointment lasting 90-120 mins is £60
Follow-up appointments for 45-60 mins are £50