Nutritional Therapy for Improved Resilience and Higher Performance
Investing in your health is the single most important thing you can do to plan for a better quality of life.
You don’t have to be rich and you don’t have to be lucky to become a health investor because the entry requirements are available to all of us. They include a good diet and healthy eating habits, clean water, sunlight, fresh air, exercise and sufficient rest. The more valuables you deposit into your savings account, the more health dividends you receive.
Some of these factors can no longer be taken for granted as natural resources are decreasing, pollution is on the increase and nutritional science remains ambiguous and is constantly evolving.
“Sustained good health doesn’t happen by chance, it happens by choice.”
In an environment where modest deficiency of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients is common and often not recognised, a Nutritional Therapy consultation can provide you with the tools to determine and control your own optimum physical and mental well-being.
Nutritional Therapists are trained in the application of food to modify health and also recognise, as do many scientists, that there are distinct benefits to the use of specific foods, food supplements and nutritional substrates in conjunction with a healthy eating plan, a well balanced diet and a specific lifestyle programme.
This can be a difficult area to manage alone and Nutritional Therapists are trained to use a variety of investigations to provide you with a personalised nutrition and lifestyle plan to guide and support you in your discovery and improvement of your personal health and wellbeing.
Contact me today to arrange a nutritional consultation in Brighton and Hove.
Or for a more informal telephone discussion of any nutrition issues which concern you,
please call via my nutrition advice line
Nutritional Science One Bite at a Time Part of the '49 Ways to Well-being Series With the advent of modern processed foods, we have long forgotten the extent to which our diet can influence our health. We have become oblivious to the significance of our food and beverage choices and the impact on our mood and performance. We conveniently tread the path of least resistance, rather than being … [Read More...]
Published Journal/Magazine Articles
The role of nutrition and mental health in an increasingly remedial society It is astonishing how many people think a junk food diet is cheaper than a healthy … [Read More...]
Feature Article for BANT November 2011 Newsletter Definitions, Terminology and Prevalence The NHS Information Centre's annual survey of drug misuse in England … [Read More...]
Focus on the prevalence of childhood obesity, the scientific and social issues behind it, and how we can reverse the trend. (Pub: Optimum Nutrition, Summer … [Read More...]