Nutritional therapy is a natural approach to restoring and maintaining health. Benefiting all aspects of life, from: chronic disease, pregnancy, old age, childhood, special dietary requirements, lack of energy, to disease prevention and optimum wellness.
Focusing on the food we eat, ensures the essential nutrients the body requires are available, this enables the body to stay within “homeostasis” – the balance, where all the communications within the body are working optimally, therefore delivering health.
Nutritional Therapists are trained to look at the person’s whole lifestyle, physical and emotional wellness. To support the client in finding their path to optimum health.
One of my goals is to help parents release their children from the highjack of the food industry. Having had three children of my own, I am very aware of the complications in getting children to eat the foods we know are better for them. Sugar and salt have taken high status in our diet. Did you know that one can of Coke contains 8.5 teaspoons of sugar! Many of you will say “Oh I don’t drink Cola”, but so many of our day to day foods are sugar – simple carbohydrates, for example, white bread, white pasta, and even white rice, all raise our blood sugar levels causing an insulin release, followed by a dip, straining our metabolisms, resulting in fatigue.