Heal Yourself With Delicious Food!
What is Nutritional Therapy?
Nutritional Therapy is a holistic treatment that can be undergone as the sole approach to a health issue, or it can be used alongside allopathic (conventional) medicine.
A nutritional therapist listens to your health issues (big or small – from indigestion to cancer!) and then looks at your dietary habits, and suggests changes that can be implemented to improve, or even in some cases reverse your condition.
PLEASE NOTE: Nutritional therapists do NOT diagnose conditions. We are NOT doctors. If you have symptoms that concern you, you MUST seek a diagnosis and advice from your general practitioner first.
How does it work?
After a first consult where we talk about your health issues and goals in doing the therapy, we look at your current diet and suggest changes and alternatives. Follow up sessions consist of monitoring improvements and making amendments or refinements if needed. Vitamin, mineral supplements and other therapies may be recommended also, depending on the health issue at hand.
What kind of additions or dietary shifts do you generally suggest?
We now know beyond all doubt that a diet that optimises health and healing is one free of animal products, and full of colourful, vibrant vegetables, fruit, whole grains, legumes, beans, nuts and seeds. Therefore, nutritional therapy works best if it is one-hundred per cent plant-based.
Why are YOU doing this?
Someone once said to me ‘Health is wealth,’ and that resonates so powerfully with me. If you have full health of body, mind and spirit you have everything, and all is possible.
My training in Vegan and Vegetarian Nutritional Therapy at the British School of Yoga (plus my twenty-five years as a vegan, and experience overcoming many illnesses and feeling my body go from strength to strength) has made me passionate about spreading the health!
What can I expect from this therapy?
Healing with food is safe and side-effect free, and while there are no guarantees, if dietary suggestions are followed faithfully, you can reasonably expect positive results.
How many sessions do I need?
That depends. It’s great to do at least 5, so we can follow up and mark improvement over a period of time, but I’m more than happy to give one session if it’s just general advice you need.
So how do I book a session?
To book a 1 x 1 hour consult, or a block of 5 x 1 hour consults (either on Skype or in person, depending on your location), call 07905769208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org