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Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy – The Natural Approach to Health and Well-Being

How can a Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy consultation help me?

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Naturopathic Nutritional therapy looks at your diet and lifestyle and how these may be contributing to your symptoms, whether they are physical, mental and/or emotional. For some people a connection between diet and symptoms may be obvious. But many others may not have made the connection that what they eat (or what they don’t eat), is contributing to their symptoms, yet Nutritional Therapy can be effective for a whole range of conditions. Therapists work with individuals, like yourself, with many different symptoms affecting areas such as the skin, digestion, hormones, energy levels, mental health issues, weight and so on.

Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy is different to the general advice given about ‘healthy eating’ in that it treats you as an individual. We are all just as different on the inside as we are on the outside, and this therapy does not take a ‘one-size fits all’ approach. Some foods may work well for one person but not for another. Through detailed case-history taking and questioning the therapist can gain an understanding of your individual circumstances and can tailor advice and recommendations to you.

This therapy aims to get to the root cause of your symptoms and looks at the underlying factors involved in your symptoms or ill health. For example, you may come to seek advice from a Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist with a skin condition, yet the therapist will look to the inside of the body, as well as the diet, to find possible root causes. Areas such as the digestive system will be considered and how well you are eliminating toxins from their body as these can have a knock on effect on the skin. This is just one example where the therapist will look at the whole body in relation to symptoms and take a holistic approach to advice and recommendations.

Lifestyle factors are also an integral approach to this therapy, as factors such as stress, exercise, relaxation and so on can influence your health and well-being. As well as finding out what foods you eat the therapist will also get a picture of your lifestyle. Stress, for example, can have a significant impact on your body and affect areas such as digestion, nutrient absorption and energy levels. Therefore, you may think you are having the best diet in the world but if stress is a factor then you may not actually be getting the benefit from the food that you eat. Again the therapist will take this into account and tailor advice accordingly.

Overall Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy works with you to create a diet and lifestyle plan that is both workable and achievable to you. It aims to empower you to make lasting changes to your health and well-being, to help re-balance the body and to move the body away from the causes of ill-health.

If you want to find out how Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy can help you, then call for a FREE 20 minute telephone consultation or email me at lindsaypowersnutrition@gmail.com

 

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Author: Lindsay Powers Nutrition

I am a Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist, working as an independent practitioner.

One thought on “How can a Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy consultation help me?

  1. Reblogged this on Purple Vitality Blog and commented:
    This is a really clear explanation of what naturopathic nutritional therapy has to offer to you, the individual. How often have you gone to see the doc and wished they’d spend a bit more time listening to you and discussing your individual needs? Well you get that with a naturopathic nutritional therapist! Lyndsay Powers is based in the Portsmouth area, so look her up if you are down that way. But hey, if you’re in the MK area, come and speak to me instead. There are so many ways naturopathic nutritional therapy may help you!

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