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Why Seeking Advice From a Nutritionist Is Helpful

Nutrition advocates the use of healthy and whole foods as medicine.
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." ~ HippocratesNowadays, there many chemical free foods and different dietary strategies such as Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Wheat-free that have become an answer to many health complaints. e.

Why Seeking Advice from a Nutritionist Is Helpful

The use of Nutrition has become the preferred method for people looking for dietary advice, a solution to weight gain or lifestyle diseases such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure as well as avoiding to take medication or find a natural solution to their health problems.

Our Nutritionist helps patients with different ailments such as sleep disorders, weight gain, flu, cold and other chronic health concerns such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, fatigue, digestive disorders, depression, high cholesterol, adjunctive care for cancer and heart disease among others.

Our approach to functional nutrition is always holistic and there's nothing willy-nilly about it. Once a patient contacts our nutritionist, Linda Funnell-Milner, she can help them understand physiological and biochemical processes involved in a healthy digestive system and wellbeing. She also has access to certain blood pathology, saliva and urine tests to get to the bottom of your health complaints.

Wellness is about body AND Mind
In addition, our Nutritionist understands that thoughts and emotions found in our minds and hearts plays a major role in the body. This is why Linda can also incorporate NLP and Clinical Hypnotherapy into your treatment strategy, to address any limiting beliefs, emotions or behaviours around food.

Anyone looking for qualified and experienced Nutritionist should call the clinic today to get started on 9938 1090.

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