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What is Nutritional Therapy?

Our bodies are made up of a number of different systems - including the body’s own immune system - that all work together to keep us healthy.

Each system interacts and talks to another - for example your nervous system talks to your digestive system - the body works as one whole unit.  When we experience different illness symptoms this is our body communicating that something is out of balance - and often there are nutritional imbalances that need correcting.


Our bodies have an innate ability to self heal. Nutritional therapy works with the body’s own immune system to help correct these imbalances and bring about good health.  Nutritional therapists use a range of tools to identify these imbalances and support body systems to bring back balance.  We use food, lifestyle changes and natural supplements where necessary. 


Nutritional therapy supports many chronic health conditions as well as different life stages and is also used in a preventative way to achieve optimum health and well being.

Nutritional Therapy: About

How can I help you?

You may be looking for support with a chronic illness, have a number of ‘mysterious’ digestive symptoms that you’ve been tolerating for some time, feel low in energy, have achey joints, have difficulty sleeping, be experiencing fertility issues or menopausal symptoms, have high blood pressure, on medications or just concerned that your health isn’t what it once was.

Nutritional therapy supports all health conditions and life stages using food, lifestyle changes and natural supplements where necessary and works alongside any medications you may be taking and in liaison with your GP.


Getting to the root cause of a health issue is at the heart of nutritional therapy with the understanding that everyone is unique - different genes, environmental influences and health histories. I take all of this into account and use evidence-based personalised nutrition to meet your specific needs to help bring you back to good health.  


Nutritional therapy can support many conditions including:

  • Digestive issues

  • Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis

  • Hormonal issues - perimenopause, menopause, fertility, PCOS, fibroids

  • Thyroid problems

  • Prostate issues

  • Joint pain

  • High blood pressure and cardiovascular issues

  • Asthma and eczema

  • Stress, anxiety and depression

  • Diabetes

  • Food intolerances

  • Sleep issues 

Nutritional Therapy: Services
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