What we eat is vital to how we feel, how healthy our body is and how well our body is protected against premature ageing and disease. Nutritional medicine highlights where you can make changes to your diet to improve your health and wellbeing.
What is Nutritional Medicine Therapy?
Nutritional Medicine therapy uses individually-designed dietary and supplement programmes to help prevent and overcome a wide range of health issues.
Who does Nutritional Therapy help?
Nutritional Therapy can help you if you suffer from symptoms, such as allergies, arthritis, asthma and hay fever, blood pressure, candida, depression, diabetes, digestive and bowel, infertility, M.E. and fatigue, migraine, PMT and menopause, skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, and weight problems. Sports nutrition, special diets and children’s problems can also be helped.
What to expect
During your first consultation, a full medical and dietary history are taken to get a comprehensive picture of your health and any problems you're suffering from. Your therapist may also use other diagnostic procedures to provide further information. Your therapist will then design a dietary programme and discuss how you can implement this, along with advice on any appropriate natural supplements.