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‘Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food’
– Hippocrates

What is Personalised Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy is a holistic healthcare discipline in which individualised recommendations for diet, eating habits and lifestyle are advised.

Who can benefit from Nutritional Therapy?

Put quite simply, you are what you eat and digest! Our bodies and brains are entirely made from molecules derived from food, water and air. Everything we eat affects our well-being. Despite the amazing choice of food available today, most people choose their food for reasons of taste, cost, convenience and psychological gratification.
Unfortunately, the modern diet is calorie rich and nutrient poor. The increased consumption of processed junk food and sugar, a decrease of nutrients in the soil, chemical farming methods, global pollution and high stress lifestyles all contribute to nutritional deficiencies.

Conditions Helped with Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional Therapy can be used to manage and prevent a wide variety of conditions including:

  • Chemical/food allergies
  • digestive and bowel disorders
  • PMS, PCOS, infertility, menopause
  • low energy/chronic fatigue
  • thyroid disorders
  • high cholesterol
  • arthritis
  • diabetes
  • blood pressure
  • weight loss
  • depression, anxiety or stress
  • auto-immune conditions
  • migraines
  • skin disorders

Samantha Lewis has a MSc in Personalised Nutrition from Middlesex University and spent over 15 years working in Pharmaceutical Clinical Research before retraining to become a Nutritional Therapist. Based on personal and professional experience, Samantha’s philosophy is that prevention is better than cure and is passionate about the impact good nutrition can have on one’s health and quality of life.

Sam is a BANT (British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) and CNHC (Complementary and Natural Health Care Council) registered Nutritional Therapist. Samantha runs a clinic in Carmarthenshire, and her areas of interest are autoimmune/inflammatory disease, food intolerances, female hormone imbalances and thyroid disease.

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