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Benefits of Nutritional Therapy

Women's Health

Women's Health

A nutritional therapy session gives us the time to comfortably and confidentially discuss all aspects of our health. It is important to remember that all the ‘systems’ in the body (e.g. immune, gastrointestinal, nervous, cardiovascular, endocrine, reproductive, musculoskeletal, urinary, respiratory…) are intricately connected

Men's Health

Men's Health

A nutritional therapy session gives us the time to comfortably and confidentially discuss all aspects of our health. It is important to remember that all the ‘systems’ in the body (e.g. immune, gastrointestinal, nervous, cardiovascular, endocrine, reproductive, musculoskeletal, urinary, respiratory…) are intricately connected.

Children's Health

Children's Health

A mother can come with her infant or on her own but it’s always best to bring the infant along, as physically seeing signs and symptoms can further help with finding the underlying cause of problems. An infant’s needs for most nutrients in proportion to body weight are more than double those of an adult!

Health for the Elderly

Health For The Elderly

Research shows that there are modifiable factors that contribute to premature ageing and the development of chronic age related diseases. It follows that preventing or reducing these factors is a good basis on which to improve the health of our elderly. It is estimated that 85% of our elderly who live in their own house present at least one disease that could be improved with appropriate nutrition therapy. (Ref)

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage and Kinesiology

Relaxation is fundamental to therapeutic massage. Once the body is relaxed, it is able to access deeper levels of healing. Negative experiences in our lives can manifest physically as pain or even affect the way we hold ourselves. Therapeutic massage could be seen as a non-verbal version of counselling, using the powerful mode of touch to access areas of the body that may be holding these negative experiences.

Sports Nutrition

Sports Nutrition

Nutrition cannot substitute for raw talent, training, mental preparation or equipment, but bad nutrition can destroy performance.”
Stone Foundation, June 2005

HI, I’M HILDA & I’M A NUTRITIONAL THERAPIST

Hilda inherited her interest in health and nutrition from her maternal grandfather who, according to Hilda's mother, had a ‘mind of his own’ when it came to this subject. He was very particular about his eating and lifestyle habits, even if it meant being a little off the mainstream – such as swimming in the sea first thing before going to work for the day!

Hilda firmly believes that he had an intuitive knowledge of how to keep himself healthy and well in order to provide for his family in the wake of some very harrowing events in his life. Today’s culture generally steers us into making inappropriate nutritional choices.

For the most part, being healthy means knowing what foods to avoid and not being tricked by clever advertising! Thankfully, at the other end of things, there is also a more openness to natural ways of living and eating. A rule of thumb Hilda likes to eat foods that are ‘as close to alive as possible’. Our natural bodies recognise, utilise and thrive on naturaI food.

It may require a little more effort to find, prepare and/ or cook this food, but it becomes second nature after a short time of adjustment. Once the health benefits click in, then there is no going back! Nutritional therapy takes on board the benefits of natural, unprocessed food but also acknowledges the fact that ‘not one diet fits all’.

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