Health and Wellness through Positive Change

Time to reclaim your health and enjoy life

Health is personal and in many situations your behaviour can significantly affect your health1.

In the 21st century’s complex world of processed foods, toxic pollutants, chemical pesticides and easily available addictive substances, perhaps our biggest challenge is simply ‘How to Stay Healthy’

The World Health Organisation defines good health as ‘a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity’ – considering this then, the question is - are you truly healthy?

Diet is one of the foundational strategies for taking control of health

The ability of nutrient rich food to contribute to health has been recognised as far back as Hypocrites. Yet despite this knowledge, the prevalence of diet and lifestyle-related disease, including obesity, Type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease, are still rising in modern societies.

It is estimated that our diet accounts for around 80 percent of the health benefits we can reap from a healthy lifestyle. Yet, very disappointingly, so many foods available on the high street may be putting us at risk for health problems. These foods are loaded with sugar, salt, processed fats and chemical additives and are devoid of proper nutrients. Combine this with a hectic schedule and a sedentary lifestyle and we have a recipe for less-than-optimal health.

There is now strong evidence that links the food we eat, our physical activity, our overall stress levels and our thoughts, beliefs and emotions with the risk of becoming ill. You might be experiencing fatigue, insomnia, digestive problems, increased stress or loss of pleasure in life - yet you are not suffering from a known disease process. Clearly, you need help, but without a diagnosable disease, your doctor often does not know how to help you.

At Nutritional Immunology, we provide therapy for individuals who are searching for their health and vitality and who, as yet, have not been able to find what they are looking for in the traditional healthcare and wellbeing settings. We provide teaching and guidance, to empower clients with information and tools to enable them to reclaim their lives.



Our focus at Nutritional Immunology is:

  • Food allergies, intolerances and sensitivities

  • Immune system balance

  • Digestive and gut support

  • Metabolic disorders

  • Skin health concerns

  • Long-term pain

  • Hormonal imbalances

  • Mental and emotional wellbeing

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How We Work

Scientific References:
1. Resnik, D. B. Responsibility for health: personal, social, and environmental. J. Med. Ethics 33, 444–5 (2007).

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