Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional Therapy

Nutrition and lifestyle are important determinants of health and disease.

Nutritional therapy is an evidence-based approach to nutrition and lifestyle, which recognises that everyone is different and therefore requires a personalised approach.

Nutritional therapists use a variety of techniques to assess their clients’ needs and develop individualised nutrition and lifestyle programmes. This may involve making changes to diet, taking supplements, and making lifestyle changes.

The aim of nutritional therapy is to support the body’s own healing process and promote optimal health.

What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional therapy is the use of food and nutrients to promote health and well-being. Nutritional therapists work with clients to assess their diet and identify any areas where they may need support. They then develop a personalised nutrition plan to help their clients achieve optimal health.

Nutritional therapy is recognised as a complementary medicine. Nutritional therapy is one of the most popular complementary therapies, and it is increasingly being used to support the treatment of a wide range of health conditions including mental health.

What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy is a form of therapy that uses nutrition to help with a variety of health conditions. Nutritional therapists work with their clients to identify potential nutritional imbalances and develop a personalised nutrition plan that will help them reach their health goals.

Nutritional therapy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Digestive disorders
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Skin conditions
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Fatigue
  • Anxiety and depression.

Nutritional therapy can help to improve your overall health and wellbeing. It can also support you if you have a specific health condition that you would like to address. We can support you if you have eating disorders, food sensitivities, or you are struggling to lose weight. If you would like help to improve your diet and nutrition, please get in touch.

What are the benefits of Nutritional Therapy?

There are many potential benefits of nutritional therapy. By working with a personalised nutrition plan, clients may be able to improve their overall health and wellbeing. Nutritional therapists can also help to support clients with specific health conditions, such as weight loss, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

What should I look for in a Nutritional Therapist?

When choosing a nutritional therapist, it is important to make sure that they are suitably qualified and experienced. You should also check that they are registered with a professional body, such as the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT).

How effective is Nutritional Therapy?

Clients who work with a nutritional therapist can expect to see improvements in their overall health and wellbeing. Nutritional therapy can also be effective for treating specific health conditions, such as digestive disorders, autoimmune diseases, skin conditions, and hormonal imbalances.

Are there any risks associated with Nutritional Therapy?

There are no risks associated with nutritional therapy. However, it is important to note that nutritional therapy is not a substitute for medical treatment. If you have a serious health condition, you should always consult your GP before starting any new treatment.

What can I expect from a session of Nutritional Therapy?

During a session of nutritional therapy, your therapist will assess your diet and health history. They will then develop a personalised nutrition plan to help you achieve your health goals. This may involve making changes to your diet, taking supplements, or both. Your therapist will also provide support and guidance throughout the process.

(This content is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Always consult with a suitably qualified healthcare professional before making any changes to your diet or lifestyle.)

If you are struggling with an eating disorder, it is important to seek professional help. There are many resources available to help you get the treatment you need.