What is nutrition?


Ultimately, the cells in our bodies are built from the raw materials we consume. If we make suitable choices about the kinds of foods we eat —depending on what our particular needs are — we will build better cell structures.

Because every person is bio-chemically unique, it’s important to assess nutritional imbalances and weaknesses on a personal, case-by-case basis.

A Nutritionist will introduce new dietary habits, taking into account the most up-to-date nutritional breakthroughs and findings, but it isn’t always possible to achieve optimal health with food alone. As such, we are also trained to design personalized dietary supplement programs.

When constructing a nutrition program, we take into account environmental pollution, metal toxicity, allergies, an overgrowth of harmful bacteria (a micro-organism imbalance) and food sensitivities, among other factors.

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