What is Nutritional Therapy?
Nutritional Therapy applies the knowledge of nutritional science to promote optimum health and well-being. Nutritional Therapists, unlike dietitians, don’t simply treat symptoms: my holistic approach pinpoints the nutritional imbalances that are causing your ailments, and works to devise a nutrition plan to help you gain and maintain long-term health.
What can Nutritional Therapy help me with?
Assessing and making changes to your diet and overall nutrition can have a positive effect on all areas of your body. Your nutrition plan can be tailored, depending on your goals, to help you maintain optimum energy levels, boost your emotional and psychological wellbeing, improve the condition of your skin, hair and nails, increase your overall physical fitness and much more!
What happens in a Nutritional Therapy consultation?
I work on the basis that each person is unique. Consultations are tailored to your needs, tastes, level of motivation and lifestyle. The ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach doesn’t work when it comes to individual bodies and lifestyles, and I take time to get to know you and recommend a personalised plan of action.
An initial consultation takes 60 to 90 minutes. Here, I identify health goals and ailments which you’d like to address. I assess your general health, family health history, dietary habits and lifestyle. This allows me to create a personalised nutrition and lifestyle plan that helps you achieve your ultimate health goal.
It’s recommended that you book a follow-up consultation 4-6 weeks after your Initial Consultation. By this time you will be seeing positive results. I monitor your progress and review your dietary and lifestyle plan. Together, we’ll continue to make adjustments and add new recommendations to keep you on track. If you have been sent for any tests, I would also incorporate their results in your new plan.
Special Introductory Offer: Receive a £10 M&S voucher with your Initial Nutritional Therapy consultation before 16th February 2014.