What is Nutritional Therapy?

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 Nutritional therapy is the practice of healing your body holistically and enhancing the efficiency by providing it with the proper nutrition. It is based on the philosophy that illnesses will happen when the human body is imbalanced due to poor diet and improper lifestyle. Such illness can be rectified by eliminating the root cause itself. This form of therapy works to identify the root causes and imparts a nutritional healing protocol designed to pave your way to a healthier lifestyle.

 Benefits of Nutritional Therapy

 Nutritional therapy is a holistic approach which takes care of the human body, mind, and soul. It provides tremendous health benefits to both healthy and sick individuals alike. The fundamental focus on aiming at the root cause rather than dealing with the symptoms makes the therapy more meaningful and beneficial for anyone who intends to follow it. The host of health benefits, which are not only confined to the physical wellbeing of the body, but also help a person be relieved of mental stress and fatigue.

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 Some of the most important health benefits of nutritional therapy include healthy immune system, increased energy levels of the body and enhanced overall functioning of the body. The underlying approach of this therapy aims at providing the body with the nutritional elements which are not present in it in recommended amounts. As a sound body leads to a sound mind, nutritional therapy also de-stresses the mind.

 Chronic diseases are caused due to a poor diet, metabolic disorders and careless lifestyle choices. Nutritional therapy encourages the intake of a nutrient dense diet along with healing foods, alongside the reduction of overly processed foods and known carcinogenic foods.

 Digestive disorders mainly happen due to improper food intake and imbalance of certain gut bacteria. The nature of the stomach is to remain a diverse ecosystem of millions of bacteria species, knowing how to repopulate the gut properly keeps your digestive system in tack. One of the best ways to gain the education on how improve your gut health is through nutritional therapy.

How does a nutritional therapist work?

We work with a variety of clients, especially with the ones dealing with chronic illness and further provide advice on disease control and prevention. Considering every person has a unique physiological make-up and unique dietary and nutritional requirement, a comprehensive nutritional analysis is prepared on the client in order to cover past and current health concerns, lifestyle and family health. Based on this analysis, a proper nutritional plan is made suitable to the client's lifestyle and health goals. Recommendation may also include guidance on supporting digestion and absorption, natural detoxification, managing stress and the avoidance of allergens or toxins.

 Schedule a discovery call to determine if nutritional therapy will work for you.