What is Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy?
"Nutritional therapy involves carefully chosen diet and lifestyle recommendations to meet your specific needs"
Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy is a science based approach in which food and its properties are used to support the body’s natural healing process, maintaining and disease preventing mechanisms. It can be used to promote optimum health, well-being, mental clarity and performance.
Nutritional therapy treats each person as an individual with their own specific requirements.
Wholesome, unprocessed food are promoted, for optimal wellbeing, alongside utilising the therapeutic effects of specific foods, in order to support specific health concerns.
I am Kinga Kiralyhegyi, a Registered Nutritional Therapist (Dip Nut), I am fully insured and member of BANT (British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) a professional body for Registered Nutrition Practitioners.
After the appointment a personalised plan will be discussed and sent to you, which will include food, lifestyle recomendation, recipes, food shopping guidance and supplement recommendations if necesarry. Once we connect all the dots and assess your individual needs, I will create a detailed, tailored nutrition plan with some possible lifestyle suggestions.
Who benefits from Nutritional Therapy?
Suitable for everyone! Nutritional Therapy can support those with fatigue and sleeping problems, stress management and gut disorders, skin trouble and chronic health issues, sustainable weight management and hormonal imbalances. It would also suit those who are seeking preventative measures and healthy ageing considerations.
As Nutritional Therapists we follow an integrative approach and look at a person as a whole, not just an isolated set of symptoms. This enables us to address long standing chronic conditions and acute symptoms; as well as implementing preventative measures to one’s individual needs in the increasingly demanding environment we live in.
We are all unique and therefore have individual and diverse nutritional requirements. What may benefit one person may be ineffective or even damaging to another. This is why a bespoke personalised approach by a qualified practitioner is essential to achieve the optimum level of health, energy and well-being.
How can nutritional therapy help you
Improve nutritional status
Balance blood sugar levels
Improve energy production
Optimise digestive function and absorption
Support skin health
Support cardio-vascular health
Improve immune function
Weight management and advice on healthy eating
Identify food allergies and intolerances
Nutritional therapy is not a replacement for medical advice, clients with concerning signs or symptoms must be referred to their medical professional. It works alongside the medical profession and will communicate with any medical consultants that the client may be currently working with.