Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional Therapy is an evidence-based approach to maximising one’s health potential through individually formulated nutritional and lifestyle changes.

Nutritional Therapy can be extremely supportive in managing a variety of chronic health conditions, alongside required medical support. It can also provide valuable inputs, helping people to implement healthy habits that boost vitality and well-being.

Nutritional Therapy promotes the value of nurturing, wholesome, unprocessed foods to support people optimally. It recognises that we are each unique in the way we respond to nutrients and that our response can change over time. Nutritional Therapy also recognises the inherent therapeutic benefits of particular foods for specific health conditions.

Nutritional Therapists work holistically to identify and address underlying root causes of an individual’s symptoms or health concern. They then recommend a tailored nutritional programme, focussing on foods to support the body and mind, complementary lifestyle techniques and practices, as well as supplements where they may be beneficial.

Nutritional Therapy practitioners do not provide any medical advice, diagnosis or prescribe medications. They would always refer clients who are experiencing any ‘red flag’ signs, to their GP or other relevant healthcare professional for the necessary medical support.

Practitioners & Teachers

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