"Let food by thy medicine and medicine be thy food" - Hippocratus

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Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional Therapy is holistic in its approach and is based on the concept that food can be a form of medicine. If optimum nutrition is obtained by the individual this can prevent illness or resolve health issues.

Nutrition is the foundation of good health. What we eat directly affects our health. Our food can effect us negatively and positively. What is most important is that we find a balance in life while striving to treat our body, mind & spirit with all the love and respect it deserves.

Nutrition is a vital part of life and fundamental to us as humans on the earth for our health, growth and wellbeing. Knowing what we need to sustain ourselves is a necessity for a healthy life.

A Holistic Approach to Nutrition

Food affects us on all levels. Food directly effects our mood, our hormones, our energy, our thought process, our intelligence and much more. You literally are what you eat, right down to the cellular level.

Our body is really an amazing thing! If your body gets all the vital nutrients it needs it will be able to stay healthy and prevent disease. 

Our body has a natural ability to heal. A great example of this is when you cut yourself, your blood clots at the site of the wound and forms a crust to close the wound and prevent infection. 

Having the right nutrition enhances this ability. Our immune system fights off diseases much more effectively when our body has all the nutrients it needs.

In the Bia Beo practice we strive to impart this knowledge to our clients, empowering them to be able to take control of their own health. Helping clients to understand the impact of the food they eat and learning what kind of diet suit them best. 

Everyone is so different, there is no one size fits all diet. It is a journey of discovery once we understand the impact food has on our body. Viewing nutrition in this holistic way allows you to connect more with your body helping you to know what balance is right for you.

Diseases, Complaints & Effects of Poor Nutrition

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