How many times have you stood on those bathroom scales holding that stomach in hoping it would magically reduce your weight and admonish you for all that excess you just couldn’t resist. I might be a Nutritional Therapist but I’ve been there and I too have felt the anguish and personal recrimination.
Normality is a matter of perception. Place yourself in a different time and location and suddenly today’s common thoughts and activities may seem very odd. Change your philosophy, your religion (if you have one ) or even your sex and it is likely your daily motivations and objectives will also change. What we accept as normal practice is often a convergence of circumstance.
The Nutritional Therapy (NT) I practice is not just about eating your greens, if it were you now have all the answers to your nutritional concerns and my continual research and eduction in this field would serve no purpose. NT is really about the individual, what makes you, me and that other person over there different. What aspects of our lives, our choices, our family history, our health history, our genetics are influencing the health we are experiencing at this time. Imagine joining the dots to all these things through an understanding of biochemical interactions and then finding links between symptoms. Imagine designing a specific plan based around the individual and their unique circumstances that promotes that persons optimal health, that’s Nutritional Therapy.