what is nutritional therapy
The principles of nutritional therapy state that health can be maintained and optimised if individual nutritional needs are met through a healthy diet. During a nutritional therapy session nutritional therapists use a wide range of tools to assess and identify what a 'healthy diet' looks like as this can be completely different from one client to the next. For example, one person may be low in calcium and another person low in iron; these different nutritional imbalances will require a completely different nutritional plan, though the approach will be holistic in both cases. This begs the questions: What does a 'holistic' approach actually mean and what does it look like?
During a consultation, clients are able to discuss not just their symptomes, but instead explore in depth the entire functioning of all the body systems resulting in a more rounded, holistic and complete picture of their health needs. A plan is then tailored to those specific needs to optimise results.
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