'You are what you eat... Literally'

The medicinal and therapeutic value of nutrition has a long and significant history. Many ancient and traditional cultures recognized the power of food in the elimination of toxins that create illness and disease as well as the support of an individual’s health. Increasingly, contemporary cultures are re-discovering and embracing the healing power of food.

Which conditions can nutritional medicine help?

Many conditions can be alleviated or at least improved using nutrition, including some of today’s most common issues, these include:

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Digestive Issues

Flatulence, burping, bloating, IBS, constipation, diarrhea

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Reproductive

PMS, PCOS, endometriosis, fertility, menopause, lowered libido

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Stress

Nervous system disorders such as insomnia, low mood, anxiety, nervous tension

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Chronic Conditions

Arthritis, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune disease

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Skin

Eczema, rosacea, acne, and psoriasis

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Hormone

Insulin resistance, adrenal stress, thyroid imbalance

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Immunity Problems

Frequent colds, coughs, and allergies

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Allergies

Hayfever, sinusitis, rhinitis

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Energy

Erratic energy and fatigue

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Neurological

Dementia, Alzheimer’s disease

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Weight Management

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Cancer