Nutritional therapy is the opportunity to take charge of your own health in a way that may provide freedom from pain and
illness and give the physical and mental vitality for living.
For your body and mind to function at its best you need to be nourished with the correct balance of nutrients. Changes
in the way that food is produced means that what we eat does not always contain the nutrients necessary for optimum health and in some cases the food you eat can actually damage your health and
The pressure of modern living also means that you can’t take the time to think about what and how you eat. Faster
lifestyles, greater stress, and higher pollution levels all contribute to the toxic load placed on both body and mind.
Nutritional therapy aims to address these issues and the accompanying nutritional deficiencies
- Changes in diet
- Use of nutritional
- lifestyle and exercise
Prior to consultation you will be asked to complete a detailed health questionnaire. This is used to assess which factors may be contributing to your health
consultation takes between 60-75 mins. During the consultation you will discuss your health problems and your consultant will explain what factors may be causing your problems and what areas of your
diet and lifestyle need attention. You will receive:
- Information relevant to your symptoms
- Advice on diet, lifestyle and exercise
- A personalised nutritional supplement programme
- Information on tests available including thyroid, allergy and Candida
Follow up consultations take 30-40 mins and usually happen 6-8 weeks after the initial consultation. The consultant is available by telephone and email for any
concerns in between time. One consultation and one follow up may be all that is necessary.
Health problems that respond well to nutritional therapy include:
- Digestive Problems - IBS
- Joint Pain - osteoarthritis, gout
- Skin Problems - acne, eczema
- Female Health - PMS, menopausal symptoms
- Tiredness - low energy, chronic fatigue
- Mental Health - depression, anxiety, poor memory
- Cardio-vascular - high blood pressure, high cholesterol
- Food intolerances
- Frequent colds and infections
- Childhood hyperactivity
- Do you occasionally suffer from digestive problems, such as gas, bloating, diarrhea,
- Do your eyes sometimes feel itchy or watery?
- Do you often experience fatigue, hyperactivity, or difficulty in
- Are you prone to mood swings, food cravings or anxiety?
- Do you often feel depressed?
- Do your muscles and joints sometimes ache?
- Have you noticed the appearance of hives or rashes?
- Do you get headaches or migraines?
- Do you suffer from recurrent asthma, bronchitis, or sinus
- Do you sometimes experience a set of “mysterious” symptoms that seem to “come and go”
on their own?
if you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be
experiencing symptoms caused by an immune response to food or environmental allergens.