So you feel like you’ve tried everything to get your skin the way you like it and nothing seems to work.
Could it be that what is on your plate is affecting your face?
Nutrition is another piece to the puzzle of your health.
The food we eat and the nutrients our body absorbs play a pivotal role in achieving optimum health
A nutritionist works like a detective by investigating the clues (your symptoms) and identifying their underlining cause. The aim is to prevent disease from developing and to guide your body to regain its own health.
How can nutrition support my skin health?
Our skin in the largest organ in our body and is an indicator for what is going on inside of us.
You may have noticed, when you feel your best your skin appears to be glowing and when you feel unwell your skin can become congested, dry and inflamed.
Nutritionists will support the health of your skin by identifying any signs of nutritional deficiencies and or imbalances contributing to impurities in your complexion.
With the use of specific foods and nutritional supplementation (if necessary) you will achieve the healthy and vibrant skin you deserve.
So what happens when you visit a Nutritionist?
The initial consultation
During this appointment you’ll go through a comprehensive assessment of your past and present health concerns. This will also include thorough questioning of each body system, dietary habits, family history and lifestyle factors. This is to gain an understanding of what is happening on a physical, emotional and biochemical level. Clinical examination such as blood pressure, tongue and nail analysis may also be indicated and if necessary further pathology testing may be arranged.
Your Second Visit
From your initial consultation the nutritionist will review your case and conduct research to prepare a tailored treatment plan for you.
The aim is to develop achievable steps for you to implement into your life and to empower you to achieve your health goals.
What other things can a nutritionist help you with?
Digestive disorders (E.g. bloating, constipation, IBS, IBD, SIBO, parasites etc.)
Allergies + Intolerances
Frequent colds + glandular fever
Low mood + anxiety
Hormonal imbalances and reproductive concerns (E.g. PCOS, Endometriosis, PMS)
Preconception, pregnancy and post-natal
Cardiovascular health (E.g. elevated cholesterol and blood pressure irregularities)
Vegetarian and vegan diets
Joint and muscular health (E.g. inflammation)