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Nutritional Therapy

Nutrition is now widely recognised as a vital component of overall health and wellbeing, with the rise in chronic disease the importance of what we eat is perhaps more relevant than ever before. As a result, nutritional therapy is fast becoming one of the most sought after solutions for addressing all aspects of ill health and helping individuals to achieve optimum health. Targeted to the individual, nutritional therapy can help a person to achieve great results and live a happier, more enriched life.

Nutritional therapy is a natural, yet science based approach to healthcare. It uses nutritional, lifestyle based and related health sciences to promote optimum physiological, emotional, cognitive and physical function in each individual. Nutritional therapists focus on the link between health and diet, with an emphasis on identifying the root cause of a health problem, rather than merely masking symptoms.

Nutritional therapy is a not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach, but instead recognises that each person has unique dietary and nutritional requirements. Nutritional therapists recognise that each person’s needs may be dependant on a number of factors from inherited weaknesses, to the influence of diet, lifestyle and environment. Each factor is carefully considered when formulating a treatment plan that works for the client.

Our Nutritional therapist is Martina Cowen. To find out about Martina or to contact her please visit her page on our site.