“Take small steps, make simple changes, feel great! Nutritional Therapy translates science into reality to help you support your health concerns and aid your journey to optimum health”
Good nutrition helps build the body’s natural strength and resistance. However, no claim is made as to the efficacy of any nutritional protocols. It should be noted that the degree of benefit obtained from Nutritional Therapy may vary between clients with similar health problems and following a similar Nutritional Therapy programme.
Nutritional advice will be tailored to support health conditions and/or health concerns identified and agreed between both parties.
Nutritional therapists are not permitted to diagnose, or claim to treat medical conditions.
Nutritional advice is not a substitute for professional medical advice and/or treatment.
Standards of professional practice in Nutritional Therapy are governed by the BANT Code of Professional Practice.
This document only covers the practice of Nutritional Therapy within this consultation, and your practitioner will make it clear if he or she intends to step outside this boundary.
You are responsible for contacting your GP about any health concerns.
I give permission for you to contact my GP regarding any agreed aspects of my case: ¨Yes ¨ No
If you are receiving treatment from you GP, or any other medical provider, you should tell him/her about any nutritional strategy provided by a nutritional therapist. This is necessary because of any possible reaction between medication and the nutritional programme.
It is important that you tell your nutritional therapist about any medical diagnosis, medication, herbal medicine or food supplements you are taking as this may affect the nutritional programme.
If you are unclear about the agreed nutritional therapy programme/food supplement doses/time period, you should contact your nutritional therapist promptly for clarification.
You must contact your nutritional therapist should you wish to continue any specified supplement programme for longer than the original agreed period, to avoid any potential adverse reactions.
You are advised to report any concerns about Nutritional Therapy promptly to your nutritional therapist for discussion and action.
Recording consultations using any form of electronic media is not allowed without the written permission of both the Nutritional Therapist and the client.