As a nutritional therapist, I understand that everyone is unique, and has different dietary requirements. Many things can influence your dietary needs, from inherited conditions to lifestyle and environment.
What is Nutritional Therapy?
Many people suffer from symptoms of poor health which can be vague and hard to pin down. These can vary from irritating to life restricting, and can often be caused or exacerbated by nutritional imbalances. Nutritional therapy uses a scientific approach, working on many different levels at once to identify any potential imbalances, and help improve your health.
Making such changes in diet and lifestyle have a proven track record of success in a range of areas, including:
- Digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and inflammatory bowel disease
- Women’s health problems, including PMS; menopause; conception and pregnancy; hormonal imbalances
- Stress-related issues like anxiety, depression, insomnia
- Poor immune health, for example frequent colds and infections, or feeling constantly ‘below par’
- Weight loss and weight management