Nutritional therapy is a branch of complementary and alternative medicine that applies the principles of nutrition and lifestyle medicine to improve health.
Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioners assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances in their clients, then work with them to devise a plan for addressing these issues.
Through a personalised approach, nutritional therapists examine your lifestyle habits in order to make suggestions about nutrition and diet changes that are best suited for you.
Personalised nutrition is tailored to your needs and lifestyle, taking into account any health conditions you have or special dietary requirements.
Sometimes nutritional therapists use functional tests such as blood tests and stool tests to inform their recommendations.
Nutritional therapy can help people who suffer from chronic diseases, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease; those with digestive problems or autoimmune conditions, as well as those looking to enhance their health and wellbeing.
Recommendations are not a replacement for medical advice and practitioners frequently work alongside medical professionals to support individuals’ wellbeing.
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