A qualified nutritionist can offer advice for you as a unique individual in accordance with your lifestyle, budget and goals and aspirations for your health and well-being.
looks at your metabolic type in order to increase energy and mental clarity, relieve cravings & hunger between meals, provide improved digestion & immunity, excellence in athletics, a decrease in fatigue, anxiety & even depression. Ideal weight can be achieved without a struggle and you can prevent and reverse many degenerative conditions.
common issues include breast cancer, fertility, menopause, hair loss, pregnancy, PMT, contraception and ovarian cancer. A variety of therapies can treat these health issues.
can be successfully supported with a variety of Complementary Health therapies
can be successfully treated with a variety of Complementary Health therapies
is a long-term (chronic) gastrointestinal condition that affects the digestive system and can manifest itself with a number of symptoms including abdominal pain and discomfort, episodes of constipation and/or diarrhoea and/or bloating of the abdomen.
is the name given to a group of unpleasant symptoms experienced after eating. Complementary health care looks at your relationship with food, diet, possible food sensitivities, how you feel about nourishing yourself and what else in your life you find 'difficult to stomach'.
are a common disorder associated with stress and anxiety and can range from mild to severe. Primary causes include stress and tension, fear, anxiety, lack of self-esteem, allergies, muscle spasms, postural problems and injury to the head or neck.
is a lightheadedness or a sensation that you are about to faint. Dizziness can arise from various medical conditions including ear conditions, brain conditions, cardiovascular disease, anemia or hypoglycaemia.
There are many different types of digestive disease ranging from diarrhoea to constipation to indigestion. Struggling with a digestive problem can have a real impact on your well-being and quality of life but is something that complementary therapy can particularly help with.