Nutritional Medicine is based on the principle that nutrients are needed for the proper functioning of all the biochemical processes on which our bodies depend. Disturbances in these biochemical processes, which can be caused by the body not receiving these nutrients, may have an impact on your well being and contribute to the development of poor health.
There are many factors that can cause a disturbance in your body’s biochemical functions, such as poor diet and lifestyle choices around exercise, environment chemicals, virus and bacterial infections, genetics, and stress are just some of the influencing factors.
However, a one size fits all approach to using nutritional therapies for health and well being just doesn’t work. You are individual and nutrient requirements to support your own metabolic function for health, can and will differ enormously from everyone else.
When you consult with Liz she will review your diet, lifestyle, health concerns, family history, medication and supplement use. If required she uses functional pathology testing to investigate the cause of an issue and not just the symptom. This allows a more targeted and personal nutritional strategy for you. Liz’s expertise helps people to feel well, have more energy and achieve this using nature’s remedies rather than pharmaceutical drugs which often mask symptoms.
Meet Our Nutritionist
Liz is a nutritionist with a degree in Nutritional Medicine.
Liz is passionate about the role of food as medicine and loves helping people achieve vibrant health and well-being. Liz understands that every person is unique with regards to their nutritional needs.
Liz grew up in Collie on a beef and sheep farm. She then left town to pursue educational and career opportunities. More recently Liz relocated back to the southwest and is loving the lifestyle. Liz is currently doing further post graduate studies in Parkinson’s disease and nutrition.
When Liz is not consulting or studying she enjoys tending her vegetable garden and getting out in nature.