Nutritional Therapy


Nutritional Therapy is rooted in Functional Medicine model that is a form of integrative medicine. It incorporates environmental factors, such as diet, lifestyle practices, such as physical activity, and genetics into a personalized treatment plan. After an in-depth review of a person’s medical history, genetics, toxic levels, hormones, and other factors, an individualized therapeutic plan is developed to include dietary enhancements, exercises, nutritional supplements, and other actions to support any health concern.

Nutritional Therapist will include several recommendations to change a person’s typical daily lifestyle into something better. This promotes the most optimum levels of health and vitality to each body system.


Nutritional Therapy for mental health is a ground-breaking idea that emphasizes the interconnectedness of mind and body. The mind is influenced by the body’s various organs and vice versa. For example, substance addiction, depression, and other mental illnesses, have been related to our gut health. Nutritional deficiencies, toxins, blood sugar imbalances, and other dietary issues are also strongly linked to brain dysfunction, as well as, person’s mental state.

Understanding how diet, physical activity and brain chemistry impact a person’s daily moods and some of the symptoms is invaluable. Learning how to take care of our health is, in many ways, success. In an individual who suffers from symptoms such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, or an addiction, finding the right dietary and lifestyle routine to keep the brain and body healthy, can help to manage or even significantly reduce symptoms.

Nutritional Therapy supports mental health by using appropriate diet, lifestyle changes, stress management and supplementation in addition to traditional treatments, such as medications, psychotherapy, and other therapies. It is a complementary approach that may significantly help in the journey of overall wellbeing.


Who needs medical nutrition therapy?

Your doctor may suggest nutritional therapy if you have one of these conditions:
Heart disease.
Renal disease.
Gastrointestinal disorders.
History of heart attack.
Mental disorders.