Nutritional Therapists work largely in private practice, advising people on health and diet on a one-to-one basis. The discipline is based on the scientific principle that food, as nature intended, provides the nutrients needed to bring us back to a state of optimum health and vitality.
In a consultation, a Nutritional Therapist uses a wide range of tools to identify potential nutritional imbalances and other factors that may be contributing to your symptoms and health concerns. These include a Nutritional Therapy Questionnaire, food diary, biochemical diagnostic tests and observed physical signs and symptoms. The emphasis is on finding the root cause of your health problem rather than just treating the symptoms.
You will have the opportunity to discuss your health concerns and ask any relevant questions. A written report will be provided to assist you in reaching your health goals. This may include dietary and lifestyle changes, and if necessary, a supplement programme. After your initial consultation, follow-up appointments take place 4-6 weeks later to ensure you are progressing well.
“Whether you are looking to enhance your health and wellbeing through optimum nutrition or struggling with a chronic health condition, contact me to see how Nutritional Therapy can help you”.
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