A Nutritional therapy is a system of healing based on the belief that food, as nature intended, provides the medicine we need to obtain and maintain a state of health: Our food is our medicine and our medicine is our food. This holistic modality combines science (biochemistry and nutrition) with naturopathy (natural, drug-free medicine) in order to return patients to good health. Many conditions can be relieved effectively with nutritional therapy.
I can assist you in the following ways: -
• chronic fatigue
• Improve your tolerance to stress
• energy loss
• skin complaints
• hormone imbalance
• weight management
• digestive complaints
Nutritional therapy also is beneficial for those with no specific illness, but who want to maintain a state of optimum health. It is safe for babies and children as well as adults, and the change of eating patterns that is typically prescribed usually has far fewer side effects than synthetic medicines.
Nutrition as the key to good health is the all-embracing fundamental principle used since the time of the famous Greek doctor and founder of western medicine, Hippocrates, to help people stay at their personal peak of energy and vitality.
Do you follow fad diets?
Do you eliminate food groups because of allergies, food intolerance or sensitivities?
Are you concerned that you or your family may lack specific nutrients?
After you keep detailed food records for up to five days, I study your food habits and analyse the composition of your diet. I look for deficiencies or excesses in both macro (carbohydrate, protein, fat) and micro (vitamins and minerals) nutrients. I will work with you to help determine which foods you need to add or take away from your diet to meet your nutritional needs. Moreover, I can teach you how to make your favourite meals healthier with just a few variations without losing your favourite flavours. Menus, recipes, meal plans, cooking ideas, and restaurant survival are all based on your diet analyses.
Analyse your diet and discover what you need to create balance without losing the flavour.