Nutritional Therapy provides an individualised approach to health that applies nutrition science in the promotion of optimum health and wellbeing. Registered nutritional therapists use a variety of tools to assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances and understand how these may contribute to individual health concerns and symptoms.  Nutritional therapy is recognized as a complimentary medicine and is relevant for individuals with chronic conditions, as well as for those looking to achieve optimum health and wellbeing.  It can also be used alongside other complimentary therapies as well as traditional medicine.

Nutritional therapy may help with the following health issues:
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Digestive dysfunction
  • Stress management & Fatigue
  • Weight management
  • Fertility issues
  • Skin problems
  • Detoxification
How Does A Consultation Work?

Before your consultation, you will be required to download and complete the Nutritional Therapy Questionnaire (NTQ) and the 3-Day Food Diary forms.

It is important you return these, ideally via email, at least 2 days before your initial consultation. This will ensure you get the most out of your session.  Please also bring details (photos are fine) of any medication and supplements you are currently taking.  It is important you continue taking your medication as usual, and always consult your doctor before stopping any medication.

 

Test & Diagnosis

In some instances, functional testing may be advisable. A range of tests are available which can be used as a diagnostic tool to help identify imbalances and as a way of monitoring health programmes. The costs of these tests vary and are at additional cost. I use a variety of laboratories including The Doctor’s Laboratory, Genova Diagnostics, Invivo Clinical, Cyrex and Biolab.  Please contact Lisa for details. Common functional tests include:

  • Comprehensive diagnostic stool sample test (with or without parasitology). This is a useful marker of inflammation and bacterial imbalances
  • Gastrointestinal health, including digestive analysis
  • Food intolerance and allergy testing
  • Nutritional profiles
  • Hormone testing (adrenal stress profiles, female and male hormones and thyroid function)
  • Mineral analysis
  • Essential fatty acids
  • Toxins
  • Liver profiles

Why choose a registered nutritional therapist over other nutrition professionals?

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