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What Is Nutritional Therapy?


Nutritional therapy is a science-based, yet holistic, approach to illness and health. It promotes treatment of the whole person and focuses on causes and prevention of illness rather than merely suppression of symptoms.  A major emphasis of the therapy is recognising that each of us is biochemically unique and that effective treatment needs to be custom-tailored to each person's individual needs.

The approach involves you and your Practitioner working together to ascertain details of your health, both past and present.  Information will be gathered about your symptoms, family medical history, lifestyle, diet, and the environment in which you live and work. These have an important bearing on your well-being and will help your Practitioner to construct a comprehensive picture of your health and devise a programme of treatment for your needs.  ... find out more

Wendy is a fully insured member of the British Association of Nutritional Therapists (BANT) and an associate member of the British Society for Allergy and Environmental Medicine. She works with a range of health concerns from stress and fatigue, to hormonal and digestive disorders and has experience of clients undergoing, or recovering from cancer treatment.

Her specialist areas are working with people who have inflammatory and metabolic conditions including:

  • Diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Autoimmunity



Two portions of oily fish a week helps protect against heart disease

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Zinc supplementation during a cold may reduce its duration

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Taking a daily vitamin/mineral supplement has been shown to strengthen immunity

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Two brazil nuts a day will provide you with sufficient daily intake of selenium

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Eighty per cent of cancers of the digestive tract are diet related

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Research shows that eating a handful of almonds each day lowers 'bad' cholesterol and reduces the risk of heart disease

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