Many people believe that nutritional therapy is just a fancy way of talking about a diet.
Well, it’s not!
And while nutritional therapy can be about weight loss (or weight gain, for that matter) there is much, much more to it that that.
When applied properly, nutritional therapy is a practice which not only looks at what you eat and drink, but also at your general lifestyle, tackling a wide range of health concerns and imbalances to optimise your general health and well-being.
At Tres, under the auspices of Simone Faby, we take a ‘Functional Medicine’ approach to identify biochemical and nutritional imbalances. This means that we identify the underlying causes of ill-health, taking into account what you eat and drink, but also looking at genetics, lifestyle and environmental conditions.
Nutritional therapy is useful in all sorts of situations.
- Creating healthy eating habits to increase energy and boost your immune system
- Losing or gaining weight
- To help with general intestinal health
- To support hormonal balance (pre-pregnancy, post-natal, menopause etc)
- Nutrition for children and young adults