Good health is more than just the absence of disease it is thriving in all aspects of your life. I adopt the functional medicine model in our London holistic clinic which is a multi-systems approach. By looking at you as a whole we can start to restore any underlying imbalances in your body. I strive to be the best nutritional therapist London has!
Mainstay medicine adopts a symptom management approach to health. The body is made of cells, cells join together to make tissues, tissues form to make organs, organs make systems and these join to make you! If your cells are not happy this will eventually manifest as a symptom. Once you understand this you can see that it makes little sense to treat symptoms. Rather we should look at what could be damaging or impacting a cell and how to bring it back to a happy place! Cells need the right food, light, temperature, and environment to thrive. If we can achieve this it can be transformative to your health. This is where an online nutritionist can help.
My role as a Registered Nutritional Therapist in London is to provide you with a self-care plan that is personalised to you.
Each plan is based on the most recent medical research on nutritional medicine combined with ways to unlock the body’s own natural ability to repair in the least invasive way. This approach is suitable for clients with serious health concerns or those that wish to improve their well being.
Nutritional therapy is an effective intervention for a spectrum of conditions, ranging in their severity.
As a Registered Nutritionist in London, I don’t claim to treat or cure health conditions but I most certainly support and guide you. In doing so we get some amazing results! I work in collaboration with your doctor and other health professionals – my sole goal is to support your wellbeing and get you where you want to be. If you are constantly searching Google for a “nutritionist near me” stop now and get in contact with me today!
There are a number of health professionals who provide dietary and nutritional advice and I often get asked what the difference is. Here is what you need to know.
A Registered Dietitian holds a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics in the UK and needs to be registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) to use the title ‘dietitian’ They usually work within the NHS although there are some who have a private practice. They advise and influence food and health policy.
This is a general term that could be used by anyone who is offering nutritional advice and the title is not protected by law in the UK. They may not hold any qualifications and as such will not belong to a governing body.
A Registered Nutritional Therapist must complete a minimum of a three-year diploma course, which has been approved by the government-backed Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).
So now you have found your online nutritionist in London – Let us help you start your new journey to a better, healthier you!
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