Nutritional deficiencies, imbalances, or the presence of environmental toxins in the body can result in dysfunction, illness or disease.

​​​​​​​Interventions are aimed at correcting underlying imbalances as well as providing symptomatic relief.

​​​​​​​This may involve removal of certain foods from the diet or toxins from your environment and a supplement protocol such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements, botanical supplements and essential fatty acids where diet and lifestyle alone cannot rectify physiological imbalances.

Chronic Inflammation Causes

Examples of strategies that may be employed:

  • Moving towards a Mediterranean/Palaeolithic diet, emphasising quality and variety, increasing vegetables, proteins and beneficial fats, whilst reducing simple carbohydrates and sugary foods

  • Regular movement and exercise

  • When appropriate, intermittent fasting or intermittent ketogenic diet

  • Addressing infectious agents such as yeasts, bacteria, parasites or viruses

  • Ensuring sleep, relaxation and stress management

  • Correcting underlying biochemical imbalances or unhealed wounds

  • Dealing with unresolved psychological issues

  • Reducing the toxic and chemical burden

  • Use individual genetic data to develop unique dietary, supplemental and exercise programmes

In the majority of instances, individuals can often obtain greater benefits through combining natural healthcare with their primary care doctor. An important part of our therapeutic process is to keep the person’s GP informed of outcomes and recommendations of consultations.

Moreover, with safety as our number one priority, we routinely check all recommended supplements for adverse drug-nutrient interaction.


Please email us to set up your free 15-minutes phone consultation to evaluate if Nutritional Immunology may be right for you.



Disclaimer: Nutritional Immunology does not claim to treat or diagnose medical conditions. Nutritional Immunology is never intended to replace medical advice. Nutritional Immunology works alongside conventional medicine. If you have a medical condition, you must contact your GP