Frequently Asked Questions
The link between diet and wellbeing is widely understood and recognised by health practitioners and their patients, as well as policy makers and other interested parties. An evidence-based discipline, nutritional therapy uses scientific research to promote health by addressing the root cause of illness rather than simply treating the symptoms.
Once a full review has taken place, the nutritional therapist will be able to give the patient a personalised set of recommendations about their diet and lifestyle. These recommendations may be wider in their scope than food alone; they often include suggestions and guidance on proper digestion, natural detoxification techniques, managing stress, and avoiding specific irritants, toxins and allergens.
A nutritional therapist can help to restore, heal and optimise digestive function, hormonal imbalance, energy levels, the immune system, and liver function.