What is Naturopathic Nutrition?
Naturopathic Nutrition is a holistic therapy which treats everyone as an individual, seeking out and removing the cause of disease rather than simply suppressing the symptoms.
Naturopathic Nutrition can treat people with all manner of health problems whether they be, physical, mental, emotional, chronic or degenerative states.
In ancient cultures the beneficial effects of a good diet were fully recognised. However, today this knowledge seems to have been largely lost in our modern world. It is hardly surprising that we are now suffering the ill effects of our highly refined, processed and de-natured diet. This has manifested into degenerative diseases such as heart disease, IBS, arthritis, allergies etc.
Although many people are now becoming interested in a healthy diet, most do not realise the true therapeutic value of food, and the fact that it can be used to reverse the course of disease to regain optimum health, even in those who have become seriously ill. Naturopathic Nutrition is much more than keeping healthy by eating a healthy diet.
Naturopathic nutrition is a holistic therapy used to treat people suffering from a wide range of symptoms that can manifest on a physical, mental and emotional level. Diagnostic techniques are used in line with traditional Chinese 5 Element system, an ancient system of looking at each symptom as a signal of the body being out of balance. Once one knows what area is out of balance the body can be brought back to health using natural medicine.
Treating people not symptoms
Holistic therapies treat the person as a whole rather than a set of symptoms that require treatment. Holistic therapy is very personalised and every treatment is tailored to the needs of the individual receiving it.
Treatment is a partnership between the patient and the therapist, who both share in the goal of learning the cause of the illness and finding the very best approach to combat it.
Regular clinics are held in Surrey and Somerset. Telephone consultations are available for people unable to attend a clinic.