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Nutritional Therapy

Everyone accepts that a balanced diet is important for good health. What most people don't realise is that different people at different stages in their lives need different diets.

As part of a holistic approach to healthcare, an optimum nutritional intake ensures that the building blocks of health are available.The complementary medicines like homeopathy and acupuncture can be seen as making sure the building blocks are put in the right place, or that the architect’s plan is correct, However, you do need good quality material which a well-planned diet and supplementation programme can provide. Some patients benefit from nutritional review to stay healthy, particularly at times of change – as in pregnancy or with ageing. Other patients use a nutritional approach as an adjunct to other therapies when they have a particular health problem.

You may benefit from nutritional therapy if you are suffering from any of the following conditions:

  • General Complaints
  • General fatigue
  • Sleep disturbance
  • Susceptibility to infections
  • Poor weight management
  • Stress-related problems

Specific Complaints

  • Heart Disease, high cholesterol
  • Digestive problems – irritable bowel syndrome
  • PMT and menopause
  • Arthritis, osteoporosis

Food Allergies

  • Dairy, wheat and gluten sensitivity
  • Hyperactivity
  • Migraines and headaches

Deep Seated Complaints

  • ME
  • Post vital syndrome
  • Psychological conditions
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Diabetes