What is nutritional therapy?

Nutritional therapy is nutrition and lifestyle medicine that’s evidence informed and takes a holistic approach to addressing the imbalances that may contribute to ill health. Rather than focusing on symptoms it seeks to find the root causes. Practitioners use a wide range of tools to assess health and identify nutritional balances. They personally tailor nutrition and lifestyle changes for the individual.  They promote the benefits of whole, unprocessed foods as well as the therapeutic effects of certain foods for specific health concerns. They utilise the ‘functional medicine model’ to analysis the case and find the imbalances at the root of the clients concerns. 

What happens on a nutritional therapy programme?

In our sessions we work together on your personalised health plan with nutrition and lifestyle changes. I provide support to assist you in incorporating dietary and lifestyle changes. I’ll provide supplement recommendations and functional testing may also be valuable for your case.  These are an optional added cost that will be made clear.

What to Expect

Prior to your first appointment I will ask you to complete a health questionnaire and food diary so that we can get the most out of our session together. The initial session is where I find out more about your midlife and menopause concerns including symptoms along side your health and medical history.

I will have mapped out your case with the information you provided putting the clues of your case together. I’ll explain the main mediators of your symptoms and the overall plan to restore you to health. I also explore your broader health goals and what it really means to you to get well.

Follow-ups review progress, make any changes and move the programme on to the next stage. I provide ‘supportive accountability’ this increases your  motivation, helping you stick to the programme. Other tools to help you on your journey, include ebooks, recipes and videos, podcasts as well as explanatory infomation sheets.  

Support calls help you overcome obstacles that are stopping you make the changes or move forward, I get you unstuck!

Nutritional Therapists frequently work alongside the medical profession or other healthcare professionals involved in their client’s care, however nutritional therapy is not a replacement for medical advice.

Book a Free Midlife Review Today

I want to empower you to nurture yourself inside and out and to feel like you again. I can help you navigate midlife and menopause symptoms step by step.Find out how I can help you personally by booking a Midlife Health Review to get you health and energy back on track

Is a  nutritional therapist the same as a nutritionist?

As a registered nutritional therapist, in my clinic I specialise in menopausal issues e.g. weight management, hormonal health, stress and digestion.

I also work as a BANT Registered Nutritionist providing comment for the media, giving talks, running corporate workshops and a wide range of other activities. BANT is my  governing body. Read more   Here

Read more about the difference between Nutritionist, Dietitian, Personal trainer and Nutritional Therapy practitioner on the blog

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      Scotland

      Nutritional Therapy and Health Coaching

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      I’m Marjorie, a fully qualified Nutritional Therapy practitioner r(CNHC)  m(BANT). My passion is to help women find their midlife spark and feel like themselves again

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