What is Nutritional Medicine?
Nutritional Medicine is based on the principle that food and nutrients are vital medicines to prevent disease and enable optimal health. A nutritionist understands and works with their client's metabolism, genetics, and dietary preferences to better understand their general health. They recognise an individual's underlying predisposition to disease and work with food and nutrients to prevent and treat illness. Good nutrition is essential to good health and can vary at different stages of life. Therefore, it is wise to have regular consultations to maintain optimum health.
Most commonly treated conditions
A nutritionist can assist with a wide range of health conditions. These include:
Women's Health Issues
Chronic Digestive Issues
Arthritis & Inflammation
Stress & Fatigue
Allergies, Sinusitis, Asthma
Our nutritionist also guides vegetarians and vegans towards appropriately balanced diets.
What to expect in your first appointment
On your first visit, which lasts around 75 minutes, our nutritional medicine practitioner Keri will assess your health history. This includes an exploration of your diet, lifestyle, stress, and environmental factors, any medications that you are taking, as well as family members’ health.
Your nutritionist will educate, inform and involve you in your health care so that you may feel empowered to gain and maintain optimum health.
(02) 9797 0422
66 Ramsay St, Haberfield, NSW, 2045
We understand that sometimes life happens & schedules change. In the event you need to change or cancel your appointment, we ask for the courtesy of at least 24 hours notice so that we can accommodate another person on our standby list.
Cancellations made less than 24 hours prior to the appointment, or "no-shows", will incur a cancellation fee.