The World Health Organisation's definition of health is:

'a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity'.

Optimum health should be achievable by everyone but many people just accept ill-health or 'feeling below par' as normal without realising that nutritional therapy can address the underlying causes of ill-health.

Do you want to…?

• Look fabulous
• Increase your energy
• Lose weight
• Banish cravings
• Improve your digestion
• Feel younger
• Improve your concentration
• Improve your athletic performance

Then make time for wellness now. 

Your body is amazing:

  • 2.5 million red blood cells are made every second
  • You produce 10 litres of digestive juices every day
  • The inside of your intestines is replaced every 4 days
  • Your immune system replaces its army every week
  • Your skin is replaced every month
  • Most of your body is replaced every 7 years

Your body does all this by absorbing and using nutrients from the food you eat.

However, in the 21st century the well balanced diet is becoming a myth. Vitamin and mineral levels in food are declining. Many people are failing to consume minimum recommended amounts of iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iodine, vitamin B12, vitamin C, folic acid and vitamin D, let alone optimum levels. Exposure to chemicals in food, toiletries and everyday household items and radiation from phone and computer equipment is also reducing the nutrients available to the body.

Nutritional Therapy examines your diet, lifestyle and environment in order to determine your unique nutritional requirements. Dietary and lifestyle changes will be recommended as the foundation to help you to transform your health by addressing the underlying causes of your ill-health. Laboratory tests and supplements may also be recommended. 

Hippocrates 470 - 410 BC:
    'Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food'

Nutritional Therapy works alongside and complements any existing medication or treatment prescribed by your GP, Consultant or other complementary practitioner.