What is Nutritional Therapy?

And how Nutritional Therapy can help you

Digestive Health

Food Allergies & Intolerances

Constipation & Diarhoea

Thyroid Issues

Tiredness & Fatigue


Life Stages i.e. Menopause

Sports Nutrition

Pregnancy & Fertility

Weight Loss/Gain

Skin Issues

Healthy Eating

Nutritional Therapy, Nottingham

Nutrition is the study of how food and drink affects our bodies with a special regard to the essential nutrients necessary to support human health. It looks at the physiological and biochemical processes involved in nourishment and how substances in food provide energy or are converted into body tissues. These nutrients which are the source of energy for our bodies are classed as: carbohydrates, fats, fibre, minerals, proteins, vitamins, and water. Good nutrition means obtaining the right amount of nutrients from healthy foods in the right combinations. Nutritional Therapy looks at the diseases that can result from malnutrition and the role food plays in the development of chronic disease. This alternative and natural therapy focusses on each person as an individual, and addresses issues and illnesses on a one on one basis.

How Nutritional Therapy Can Help You

Adapting your food and nutrient intake can help to address a huge variety of health issues and concerns. Whether you have been suffering from a long-standing issue, or whether you would like to improve your overall wellbeing and get in insight as to what changes you can make to your diet, seeing a registered Nutritional Therapist is extremely beneficial.

Due to the holistic nature of this therapy, you can expect to be treated as an individual, and your areas of concern will be seen as unique and will be addressed on a one-on-one basis. Some of the areas that Nutritional Therapy can help with include:





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