Let’s take a look at Nutritional Therapy. Some people aren’t aware of what a Registered Nutritional Therapist does so this blog will help to explain how nutritional therapy works.
The health industry can be confusing. There is so much conflicting advice and people can become misguided by the latest fads out there. Food, once seen as a primal need, has changed and it is now seen as a pleasurable experience. The food industry has developed to such an extent, offering so much processed food, that many people are at risk of developing chronic diseases as a result of the manufactured food that they eat.
Therefore, if you decide to seek advice regarding your health, you need to know that the advice is from a reputable source.
As a Registered Nutritional Therapist, I employ a modern evidence-based therapeutic approach with a strong emphasis on disease prevention and promotion of wellness. The emphasis focuses on addressing the underlying causes of a client’s condition in order to achieve long-term health. This is of paramount importance to me as a Nutritional Therapist to really help my clients by providing them with support and helping them to build new habits.
The human body is good at healing itself when it’s given the right set of circumstances. We need to eat as nature intended because whole foods provide the nutrients needed to bring the body into a state of optimum health.
So, it’s not all about weight loss. I have helped clients to:
Improve digestion and gut health
Improve hormone issues
Get more energy and balance in their lives
Manage stress and anxiety
Feel better from the inside out
However, private consultations aren’t the only way I help people..….I also support and advise people through:
I encourage and motivate people to help themselves and we discuss topics such as:
How to support your health through the perimenopause
Supermarket smarts, reading labels and how to not fall for misleading marketing
Teaching children healthy eating habits from the start
I give regular talks on popular topics such as
Stress-busting nutrition - How to reduce stress with healthy eating
The importance of sleep and how to improve your sleep
The importance of sleep and how to improve sleep quality
How to boost energy levels
Dietary Health Check-Ups
Dietary Health Check-Ups are really beneficial to those who would like advice about what they are eating. Your food diary is analysed and feedback and simple swaps and suggestions will be given to optimise your health and wellness.
THE KEY IS:
I keep things simple, straight forward and accessible.
If you would like some advice then I would love to hear from you. I offer free discovery calls so that you can learn how I can help you before booking an appointment.