Nutritional medicine is the connection between the food you eat and the health of your body.
Clinical nutrition is understanding the relationship between macro and micro nutrients and the roles they play in the biochemical processes of your body.
To gain an overview of your nutritional status and the impact it is having on your health, I use clinical analysis, pathology testing, functional testing and diet explorations.
Using pathology testing for ongoing monitoring will also be key in managing your case. This approach not only provides evidence-based understandings, but a clear and practical path for treatment.
New Leaf Nutritional Philosophy:
My clients are often surprised at good they can feel just by making a few smart food swaps. Research shows time and time again that you are what you eat so ensuring that your diet is right for you is so important.
When I work with you to change your diet, I do so at your pace and always individualise the goals to suit your own health, belief systems and lifestyle.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be a chore or take hours of preparation in the kitchen. To help you make dietary changes, I provide meal plans, diet diary check-ins and ongoing support between consults.
I work to encourage a whole food approach to eating, and restore health by balancing the food on your plate.
Too often I find my clients are worried about what to eat, what is the best, the healthiest, the most ethical. It’s easy to be confused with so many different approaches to eating.