Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional therapy is so much more than what it appears, and can profoundly impact on health and wellbeing, for the better.

It is the described as the ‘application of nutrition and lifestyle medicine sciences in the promotion of health, peak performance and individual care’ by the British Association of Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT). 

Nutritional therapy can support individuals with chronic conditions, such as diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis. It can also be of benefit to those with persistent digestive issues, and autoimmune disorders. 

Nutritional therapy practitioners utilise the principles of functional medicine, and address the root cause of symptoms, which may not be obvious at the onset. Advice provided is evidence-based science.

Everyone is unique, so personalised nutrition and lifestyle programmes are created, rather than a ‘one size fits all’ approach. This considers your own health journey, health goals and dietary preferences. 

At The EoH our registered nutritional therapists become health detectives on your behalf, decoding the messages your body is communicating to you from the symptoms you are experiencing. As we develop an understanding for where you are, right now, we can guide, and support you, and help you to create strategies which work for you and your lifestyle. We will support you to make the nutrition and lifestyle changes which can optimise your health, improve your wellbeing, and prevent disease. Old habits are hard to change, which is why we work with you over several months to instil these new practices, to have a positive impact for a lifetime.

Functional testing

The nutritional therapist may use functional tests to uncover specific details about imbalances in body systems, or nutritional deficiencies. This be strategic in creating focused recommendations, based on your unique biology.


Nutritional therapy practitioners do not diagnose or treat disease, and recommendations are not a replacement for medical advice. We will frequently work alongside medical professionals to support your wellbeing.