Health concerns that can benefit from Nutritional Therapy

‘Practically everyone can benefit in some way from a consultation with a nutritional therapist to improve their diet and lifestyle, even if there are no specific health problems that need addressing’.

Kate Staunton BSc. Nutritional Therapist

Digestive Disorders

Bloating, stomach cramps, indigestion, acid reflux, diarrhoea, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, colitis, nausea, anal irritation.

Women’s Health Problems

PMS, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), breast health, osteoporosis, menopause , fertility, thrush (Candida) and adrenal stress.

Weight Concerns

Binging, eating disorders, weight gain, weight loss, fluid retention.

Children’s Disorders

Colic, hyperactivity (ADD, ADHD), autism, glue ear, dyslexia

Skin Problems

Eczema, psoriasis, unexplained rashes.

Respiratory Problems

Sinusitis, persistent runny nose, sneezing, hay fever, wheezing, asthma.

Food addictions and Food Intolerance

Diary, wheat, sugar, corn, soya etc…


Help with becoming pregnant (by balancing the body’s minerals and vitamins).

Mood disorders

Depression, mood swings, anxiety, nervousness.

Stress Related Conditions

Headaches, tension, fatigue, insomnia.

Heart Problems

High blood pressure, high cholesterol, high homocysteine.

Optimising Health

Boosting energy, building immunity, sleeping better.