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“Let food be thy medicine” – Hippocrates

Nutritional Therapy takes the principle that your body is your best doctor, but to be that it needs foods as nature intended for them to be and for you to eat the way that was best designed by nature and perfected over millions of years. 

Your health and well-being relies on many things, one of the most important being what you consume and what you don’t consume. Your digestion is the engine that drives health, your diet is the fuel that gives you energy to live, that supports your tissues, that protects you and makes you feel good.

There are various reasons to address dietary behaviour and improve the food choices you make, the main one being general overall health and wellbeing, but many true health issues can be improved by using nutrition to rebalance the body:

 

Unfortunately we are bombarded with toxic foods from every direction, and it can be almost impossible to avoid everything. Nutritional Knowledge gives you the tools you need to understand your own needs and guide you through the enourmous amount of information available, including the sometimes misleading “Clean Eating” trend.

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Nutrient requirements change constantly, for example if you are tired from lack of sleep, have consumed too many stimulants (such as: alcohol and coffee) or are sick, taking medications, pregnant or exercising heavily. Understanding your body’s nutritional needs will enable you to protect your health now and in the future.

If you have a family history of any kind of degenerative condition like arthritis, cardiovascular disease or cancer – now is the time to use nutrition as a preventative measure.

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For more information or to book your personal Nutritional Therapy Consultation
by contacting info@foodspa.org.uk or call 07780 600 966


DipNT MBANT NTCC CNHC Registered
Nutritional Therapy Council Registered Practitioner
Complimentary and Natural Health Care Council registered

 

 

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