A five step approach to improving your health through nutrition.
Is it enough to eat well, drink sufficient fluids, and take the right supplements?
The Five Step process
Questions are asked about the client's health history, diet, lifestyle, current medication and supplements. Then the client's story is interpreted, providing a deep understanding of how their health problems have arisen.
This is an extremely important part of the process as it creates awareness of how each chapter in a client's story leads to the next.
Diet and fluids
Analysing which foods are helpful, and which are too challenging for the body.
Fluids are vital if we want to rehydrate the body, but which fluids are hydrating?
Supporting the central nervous system and endocrine system
Here I look at how these systems can be supported properly with proper hydration, nutrition and the correct supplementation, looking especially at the role of essential fatty acids (EFAs), the vitamins B anc C, and the minerals Zinc and Magnesium.
Electrolytes and trace minerals
Here I look at the four main electrolytes (Sodium, Calcium, Potassium and Magnesium), and the trace elements, to determine their levels, and to see if there is a need for nutritional changes or supplementation.
Sometimes it is necessary to detoxify, to bring movement to sluggish areas, or to bring energy to where there is inactivity. Techniques enable us to offer assistance to a specific part of the body that needs it.
Particular natural nutrition techniques suggested include skin brushing, hot and cold applications, liver detox, castor oil packing, and ven enemas are recommended if stagnation has reached an advanced stage. Obviously the client always has the freedom to choice the approach that suits themselves at any particular point.
Natural Nutrition is about promoting health. It encourages detoxification, exercise, adequate rest and sleep, using natural healthcare, avoiding environmental hazards, and developing spiritually.
"“Much chronic disease is caused by incorrect food choices, toxic food ingredients, nutritional deficiencies and lack of physical exercise.” – Mike Adams, author, investigative journalist, educator