Do you feel below par? Small changes in your diet may lead to big changes in your health. Want to know exactly what you need to change and how to make those changes long lasting?
Carrie Temple, Nutritional Therapist. Dip NT CNM, offers expert advice in Nutritional Therapy.
How will Nutritional Therapy help you?
Nutritional Therapy is a complementary therapy that works well alongside conventional medicine. It is most relevant for individuals with long term sub optimal health, as well as those looking for support to enhance their health and wellbeing. Practitioners consider each individual to be unique and recommend personalised nutrition and lifestyle programmes rather than a ‘one size fits all’ approach.
Why Nutritional Therapy?
You have seen your GP who has run all of the appropriate tests and informed you that the results are normal and that there is nothing to worry about, but your symptoms have not improved and you still feel below par. If you are low in specific vitamins or minerals, have an imbalanced fat intake, are short of protein or eating unhelpful carbohydrates, making changes to your diet could help. Identifying and changing these on your own is difficult, but this is where your nutritional therapist is trained to help.
Carrie explains, “As Nutritional Therapist I can identify areas of nutritional imbalance and create an individual nutrition programme to improve and optimise your health and wellbeing. I aim to show you the link between your symptoms and the foods you are eating. I will educate you on why certain foods can benefit you, recommend alternatives and inspire you to make changes as you gain control and bring your body back into balance”.
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