Healthy eating is the foundation of holistic medicine, but in a world of refined food and additives that is often easier said than done. At the Rosedale Clinic we can give you a dietary plan to rebalance and heal the damage done to your system by the wrong kind of food.
How does it work?
We call it the 4R Gastrointestinal Support Plan. It’s designed to remove toxins, replace digestive enzymes, reintroduce desirable gut flora, and repair intestinal damage. Of course, this is a very brief outline of a complex series of balanced interventions which your practitioner will be pleased to explain to you in more detail
In essence, you will be helped to eat more healthily according to your individual needs and receive advice on supplements and treatments which can help you restore a disorganised gut to full health and so avoid any number of problems – from diabetes to arthritis – that can result from poor nutrition.
What does the treatment involve?
A lot depends on what your usual diet is. Your therapist will be able to recommend a personal nutritional plan and, if necessary, prescribe holistic treatments such as herbs, homeopathic preparations, bioresonance and ozone therapy.
If you have food allergies, then special diets and a rehydration program can be recommended. We can also advise on supplementary vitamins and minerals which not only counter the bad effects of modern food products but can even enhance longevity by neutralising free radicals – a major culprit in the ageing process.
Do I need help with Nutrition?
At the clinic we feel passionately that nearly everybody could live healthier and longer lives if only their eating and drinking patterns were aligned to the natural needs of their bodies.
A healthy diet, along with the right supplements, is one of the most effective ways of achieving physical harmony and preventing many future health problems.
What is it good for?
- High blood pressure
I am also in close contact with an excellent personal trainer and nutritional medicine therapist, Jules Soer. You can look at her own website at www.nutr8.com.