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Nutritional Therapy focuses on what you feed your body and the effects these foods have on you. Nutritional Therapy uses diet and lifestyle changes, together with nutritional supplementation, to address symptoms caused by biochemical imbalances and nutritional deficiencies.

Who can benefit?
Eating a well balanced range of healthy foods can be beneficial to everyone. To achieve optimum health, Nutritional Therapy enables you to take control and choose the best foods and supplements to suit your needs.

Nutritional Therapy has also been known to help with a number of health goals including:

  • increasing energy levels
  • boosting the immune system to stave off colds and flu
  • improving levels of concentration and alertness
  • increasing the ability to handle stress

Other commonly treated conditions include:

  • Asthma
  • Allergies
  • Depression
  • Digestive problems
  • Fatigue
  • IBS
  • Infertility
  • PMS
  • Skin conditions   

How do I find a Nutritional Therapist? 
– for a registered Nutritional Therapist. BANT was established in February 1997 and promotes high standards of practice and ethics within the profession.
BANT holds a register of practitioners who are fully qualified in both the science of nutrition as well as clinical practice. It also insists practitioners are fully insured to practice.

What does a session involve?
During the initial consultation, you will fill in a questionnaire looking at a number of lifestyle factors such as levels of stress, exercise and current diet, as well as general health. Nutritional Therapists identify the link between symptoms of sub-optimum health and specific nutritional deficiencies.

Recommendations generally include dietary changes, a vitamin and mineral supplement programme and lifestyle changes. Occasionally, diagnostic tests such as such as hair mineral analysis or food intolerance tests may be recommended.

An initial session normally lasts for approximately 60 minutes, with follow-up consultations lasting for 45-60 minutes.

By Kenny Tranquille Dip.ION (mBANT)
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Biography: Nutritional Therapist & NLP Coach

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