Benefits of Nutritional Therapy

Health Benefits from Nutritional Therapy - Practically everyone can benefit in some way from a consultation with a nutritional therapist to improve their diet and lifestyle, even if there are no specific health problems that need addressing. Common health conditions that may benefit from a nutritional therapist are: Digestive problems e.g: constipation, bloating, IBS - nutrition can help this, health problems being overweight or underweight,which a nutritional therapist can benefit; difficulty losing weight which nutrition can aid, nutritional advice with headaches and migraines, nutrition benefits regarding persistent tiredness and a lack of energy, nutritional therapists benefit joint aches and arthritis, nutritionist health check with a cardiovascular illness. Areas Appetite for health cover include: nutritional therapy for IBS, nutritional therapy for Migraine, nutritional therapy for Skin, nutritional therapy for Low Energy, nutritional therapy for Digestive Problems, nutritional therapy for Menstrual problems, nutritional therapy for Prostate problems, nutritional therapy for ADHD, nutritional therapy for Arthritis, nutritional therapy for Angina nutritional therapy for Circulatory problems, nutritional therapy for Asthma, nutritional therapy for Hypoglycaemia, nutritional therapy for Diabetes and nutritional therapy for Fertility.

Nutritional therapy benefits high blood pressure also, nutritional therapy also helps mood swings, Nutrition is also beneficial for depression and lack of motivation. Frequent colds and infections can be helped by and gain from nutrition advice. Medical skin problems such as acne, eczema and dry flaky skin can also be helped and aided by nutrition advice and nutritional therapy. Nutrition advice is also available for thrush and candidiasis, Nutrition advice helps Asthma, Nutritional therapy aids pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) and Nutrition advice is also available for infertility. Food intolerances and allergies can be overcome with nutrition advice from your nutritional therapist, and there are other areas that nutritional therapists support. A Comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle check-up can aid a healthy conception and pregnancy. Baby and child nutrition is also cured with nutrional therapis help, including weaning onto solids, Feeding teenagers, Sports nutrition, Managing menopause, Healthy ageing, including memory retention and mental agility and Optimisation of energy levels. Areas Appetite for health cover include: nutritional therapy for IBS, nutritional therapy for Migraine, nutritional therapy for Skin, nutritional therapy for Low Energy, nutritional therapy for Digestive Problems, nutritional therapy for Menstrual problems, nutritional therapy for Prostate problems, nutritional therapy for ADHD, nutritional therapy for Arthritis, nutritional therapy for Angina nutritional therapy for Circulatory problems, nutritional therapy for Asthma, nutritional therapy for Hypoglycaemia, nutritional therapy for Diabetes and nutritional therapy for Fertility



nutrition questionnaire - nutritional therapy assessment from appetite for healthDownload the questionnaire and fax it to us to assess how much we can benefit you.

Michelle Robinson is a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT). Visit their website here.

Michelle Robinson is a member of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION). Visit their website here.

Health concerns that can benefit from Nutritional Therapy

Michelle Robinson M.A. (Cantab), Dip. ION, mBANT, NTC and CNHC registered



Practically everyone can benefit in some way from a consultation with a nutritional therapist to improve their diet and lifestyle, even if there are no specific health problems that need addressing.

Common health conditions that may benefit are:

  • Digestive problems e.g: constipation, bloating, IBS
  • Overweight or underweight; difficulty losing weight
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Persistent tiredness and lack of energy
  • Joint aches and arthritis
  • Cardiovascular illness e.g. high blood pressure
  • Mood swings, depression and lack of motivation
  • Frequent colds and infections
  • Skin problems e.g. acne, eczema, dry flaky skin,
  • Thrush and candidiasis
  • Asthma
  • Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • Infertility
  • Food intolerances and allergies.

nutrition questionnaire - nutritional therapy assessment from appetite for healthEach case is unique -- to assess how much a nutritionist and nutritional therapy can benefit you, download our nutrition questionnaire and fax it to us.

Other areas of support are:

  • Comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle check-up
  • Healthy conception and pregnancy
  • Baby and child nutrition, including weaning onto solids
  • Feeding teenagers
  • Sports nutrition
  • Managing menopause
  • Healthy ageing, including memory retention and mental agility
  • Optimisation of energy levels
Use our online forms to contact Appetite for Health to arrange a session or other consultation. contact appetite for health for nutrition advice and a nutritional therapy assessment