Nutritional Medicine combines the traditions of food as medicine and dietary planning with scientific advances in the use of nutrients at therapeutic doses in the treatment, management and prevention of disease.
Nutritional Medicine incorporates the study of human nutrition, food pharmacology, biochemistry, the food system, relevant government regulations and public health, and considers how each can impact our health.
Who can benefit from seeing a Nutritionist
Anyone interested in improving and maintaining their health.
What to expect during a consultation with a Nutritionist
When you book an appointment with a nutritionist the time is spent looking at YOU – your health, and how your diet can be enhanced to best meet your health goals and improve your well-being.
Sometimes only minor changes can make a huge impact on how you feel and respond to other treatment modalities. In other cases, we can help you manage more considerable lifestyle or health driven diet overhauls be they for weight loss, weight gain, sporting needs, food allergies or sensitivities, behavioural problems, or specific health concerns.
P.S. You may be interested in our blog which explains the difference between a Nutritionist and Dietitian