You may 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 and lifestyle could help.
Identifying and changing these on your own is difficult, but this is where your nutritional therapist is trained to help. Nutritional therapy is a complementary therapy, not an alternative medicine. It 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.
Each person is considered as a unique individual and personalised nutrition and lifestyle programmes are recommended, rather than a ‘one size fits all’ approach.