What is nutritional therapy?
Good nutrition is essential for good health, but you don’t necessarily have to deny yourself the pleasures in life to achieve this. The secret is in getting the balance right for you. Nutritional therapy is based on the sciences of biochemistry, naturopathy and genetics and focuses on how nutritional status impacts on health. It focuses on the individual and aims to give the body the tools that it needs (i.e. right diet and right nutritional balance) to regenerate and optimise its performance. It also considers lifestyle factors.
How does it work?
Nutritional therapy is holistic, treating the body as a whole - addressing the causes of problems, rather than merely relieving the symptoms. Following analysis of an in-depth health questionnaire and an energetic scan that includes evaluation of organs, acupuncture meridians, digestive system, food sensitivities and nutritional status an individual health and nutrition plan is developed for you. By discovering the underlying causes of your particular health concerns, Sue aims to give you the expert advice and support that you need to help you realise your full health potential.
Who is it for?
Being optimally nourished can help you increase your energy levels, enhance your physical and mental performance, boost your immunity and decrease your risk of developing chronic illnesses like arthritis, diabetes and cancer for example. For young and old alike, it can help to keep you in tip-top condition.
What can nutritional therapy help?
Nutritional therapy is used to help a wide range of conditions, including:
This list is far from complete. This therapy can benefit many conditions. Good nutrition is a very powerful healer and the body has the amazing ability to repair itself.
Sue Lovemore provides nutritional advice services to clients from a practice in Belgravia. She sees clients from across London, including Belgravia, Victoria, Pimlico, Marylebone, Fulham, Chelsea, Kensington, South Kensington, Knightsbridge, Wandsworth, Putney, Earlsfield, Southfields, Wimbledon Park, Wimbledon, Battersea, Clapham Junction, Clapham Common, Vauxhall and Brixton. Area coverage by post code arevSW1, SW2, SW3, SW4, SW6, SW7, SW8, SW11, SW12, SW18 and SW19. Clients often come to Sue from outside London. Belgravia is conveniently situated only 12 minutes walk from Victoria Station. Sloane Square tube station is about 8 minutes walk away.
For more information on Nutritionist in London Go to Sue Lovemore: Nutritionist in Belgravia page
Sue Lovemore has a practice in South Molton, North Devon. Typically she sees clients from South Molton and its surrounding villages, and further afield from Barnstaple, Bideford, Great Torrington, Braunton, Lynton and Lynmouth, Minehead, Dulverton, Tiverton, Wellington, Ilfracombe, Cullompton, Crediton, Okehamton and Exeter. For more information Go to Sue Lovemore: Nutritionist in Devon page