What conditions can Nutritional Therapy help with?

Nutrition and lifestyle approaches to healthcare have been repeatedly shown to support the health of all the major systems of the body – digestive, excretory, endocrine, immune, integumentary [skin, hair & nails], skeletal, muscular, nervous, respiratory and cardiovascular – thereby helping you achieve and maintain good health and peak performance, as well as disease prevention and control.
Many of us suffer from health conditions that range from a few mild but niggling symptoms to more severe and multiple symptoms which can be acute (occasional flare-ups) to chronic (long term).  Nutritional therapy may help to reduce and improve your symptoms, in addition to discovering other underlying and possibly contributing factors that are often overlooked, thereby supporting your medical professional’s protocol more effectively.
Whilst severe deficiency of vitamins and minerals is uncommon in developed nations, modest deficiency is very common and often not recognised or not taken seriously.  As a Nutritional Therapist, I would focus on your unique nutritional needs to achieve normal physiological function or the maintenance of homeostasis – a state of equilibrium and wellbeing we all seek but many fail to reach.

Written by

Claudia Williamson Registered Nutritional Therapist DipION, FdSc, mBANT, mCHNC Tunbridge Wells, Kent