Nutritional Therapy

What Is Nutritional Therapy?

Functional Nutritional Therapy uses current science and evidence-based research to prevent disease, alleviate illness and promote optimal health. It identifies and treats the root cause of a health problem, not just the symptoms. It takes into consideration the web-like connections of all bodily systems and recognises each person as an individual, working with their own unique physiology.

It uses carefully chosen dietary recommendations, nutritional supplements and lifestyle advice to help maintain or restore health to the body and the mind. These recommendations are professionally tailored to each person’s individual requirements and goals and are suitable for all ages and conditions.

It complements conventional medicine. It enables you to feel and look better by making the right food choices and  gives you the tools to help make healthy choices in the future.

Nutritional therapy is about what you can eat more than what you can’t. It is about finding foods that you enjoy and making small, easy, sustainable changes to your diet in an achievable way.

You will receive practical advice, recipes and ongoing support to help make changes that promote optimum health and will be surprised at the differences you can experience from making these small changes.                             

Stages in the Nutritional Therapy Consultation                                                                      Questionnaire  – Complete  a questionnaire with your medical history and a three day food diary and return it at least three days before the consultation.                  

First consultation  –  1 Hour                                                                                                                                  Agreed tailor-made protocol that addresses  your health concerns and fits in with your lifestyle, budget, dietary preferences – to include fact sheets, recipes, sample menu plans and supplements, if required.

Follow up consultation  –  

40 mins  –  A review of your progress and introduction of further changes, if necessary.

Further consultations may be required depending on the health issue and your progress.

Online consultations are also available.