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Holistic Nutritional Therapy is about more than just looking at diet. It takes into account the physical, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental imbalance of an individual and treats that person as a whole. The primary aim is to re-balance the body by using food as medicine and supplementation of vitamins and minerals to address any deficiencies. In doing so the body will have the support needed to promote its natural healing capabilities. Health issues which can be addressed using nutritional therapy are for example:

Addictions
Asthma
Bloating
Candida
Celiac disease
Cystitis
Eczema
Endometriosis
Fatigue
Fertility
Fibroids
Fibromyalgia
Food intolerances
Headaches
IBS
Insomnia
Lupus
Menopause
Migraine
Multiple sclerosis
Osteoporosis
PCOS
PMS
Prostate
Rheumatoid arthritis
Weight loss

Nutritional Therapy is also able to
treat general health issues like:

Improved sleep
Reduce pain
Calm inflammation
Balance hormones
Increase libido
Support pregnancy
Clear skin
Reduce cholesterol
Lift mood
Protect against ageing
Enhance fertility


Nutritional Therapy has a holistic approach which will address the root cause of any health issue. It will take into account a person’s lifestyle, emotions and environment when looking into the correct treatment plan for that person. There will be specific tailoring of the diet and by including supplementation where needed there is great opportunity to create an even balance again.

Quite often the root cause of a health issue stems from the digestive system.
An individual’s diet may be adequate,
but improper function of the digestive system can cause an imbalance in other systems and consequently cause health issues. Such dysfunctions include: incomplete break down of foods, inadequate absorption of nutrients, ineffective removal of waste by-products of metabolism, and hidden food sensitivities. 

Nutritional Therapy focuses not only on good nutrition but also on how the body deals with the food it is given. Heredity, environment and even the influence of the mind itself makes us biochemically unique, so 'rebalancing' the body's systems through diet means an understanding of the whole person.
One to one consultation lies at the heart
of the Nutritional Therapy in order to look into the mind, body and soul of an individual.