Is Nutritional Therapy Right for You?

saladDo you suffer from a chronic condition? Are you running out of ideas on how to manage this condition? You may want to give Nutritional Therapy a try. This type of therapy can help with a variety of health concerns. A new perspective might give you the opportunity to treat your condition in a different way.

What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy applies the latest theories and research in nutrition and health sciences to help people manage chronic diseases or promote better health.

What is the goal of Nutritional Therapy?

The main goal of nutritional therapy is to help improve the way your body functions. This includes your digestive, immune, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems. Nutritional therapy can also help with gas and bloating, low energy, insomnia, blood sugar issues, weight loss or gain, joint pain and stiffness, and other food sensitivities and allergies. Many people don’t realize the impact their nutrition can have on their everyday lives. Nutritional therapy can help.

How does a Nutritional Therapist work?

First, your nutritional therapist will gather your health history information from you. This will help them determine the types of problems you’re dealing with and how their expertise can help. You’ll then receive a detailed and personalized list of diet and lifestyle recommendations. Following these guidelines may help relieve some of your symptoms. Your nutritional therapist can also provide guidance on digestion and absorption, managing stress, and even avoiding toxins.

Would you like to see if nutritional therapy can help you with your nutrition and lifestyle? Myrtue Medical Center has you covered. Visit the nutritional therapy page on our website to learn more. Julie Klein, R.D./L.D., our registered, licensed dietitian would love to use her expertise to guide you to living a healthier and happier life. Give us a call today at 712-755-4318 to schedule an appointment, or visit our website to learn more about the services we offer.

 
References
https://instituteofhealthsciences.com/what-is-nutritional-therapy/
https://myrtuemedical.org/our-services/dietary-services/nutritional-therapy/
http://www.prairiehillnutrition.com/nutritional-therapy.html