Nutritional Medicine

nutrition

Let food be thy medicine, let medicine be thy food.

– Hippocrates (5th century BC)

Having a healthy diet is foundational for a healthy body because every organ systems in the body require adequate nutrients to function optimally. Nutritional medicine operates using the principle that sufficient nutrients are imperative for the functioning of all organ systems of the body. A disease at its core is a dysfunction of organ systems which impact the biochemical processes of the body commonly caused by nutritional deficiencies, stress, toxic substances or foreign organism.

Proper nutrition is instrumental in the management of a wide range of health problems including digestive disorders, stress, fatigue, mood disorders, sleep disruptions, allergies, autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular disease, sexual dysfunction, infertility and many more.

However, there is a uniqueness to each person biochemistry. What is healthy for one person may not be for another. The principle of nutritional medicine is ‘one size does not fit all’. So what works for others may not work for you. Finding what diet is best for your specific physiology is paramount for your overall health.

Naturopath and nutritionist in our clinic are uniquely skilled in identifying the best nutritional protocol appropriate for your current health condition and biochemistry.

The impact that good nutrition can have in your life is undeniable. By simply finding the best diet for you and altering your eating habits, you can reap the rewards of total body wellness.

To further assist in your disease recovery process, nutritional supplements are helpful to correct nutritional deficiencies rapidly. With the mineral depletion in the soil today means it is difficult to acquire sufficient nutrition from food alone, especially if you are trying to heal a disease. For that reason, incorporating supplements like vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids into your diet can aid in correcting deficiencies and restore nutritional balance in your body.

Nutritional medicine is at the core of every effective health therapy. It is non-invasive and does not encroach on your day to day life. It brings the body into the state of nutritional balance to promote optimal wellbeing.

nutrition

Let food be thy medicine, let medicine be thy food.

– Hippocrates (5th century BC)

Having a healthy diet is foundational for a healthy body. A disease at its core is a dysfunction of organ systems which impact the biochemical processes, commonly caused by nutritional deficiencies, stress, toxic substances or foreign organism.

Proper nutrition is instrumental in the management of a wide range of health problems including digestive disorders, stress, fatigue, mood disorders, sleep disruptions, allergies, autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular disease, sexual dysfunction, infertility and many more.

However, there is a uniqueness to each person biochemistry. What is healthy for one person may not be for another. The principle of nutritional medicine is ‘one size does not fit all’. So what works for others may not work for you. Naturopath and nutritionist in our clinic can assist you in identifying the best diet for your specific biochemistry.

To further assist in your disease recovery process, nutritional supplements are helpful to correct nutritional deficiencies rapidly. Especially, with the mineral depletion in our soil today means that it is difficult to acquire sufficient nutrition from food alone, especially if you are recovering from sickness.

Nutritional medicine is at the core of every effective health therapy. It is non-invasive and does not encroach on your day to day life. It brings the body into the state of nutritional balance to promote optimal wellbeing.