Nutritional Therapy/Weight Management

The Role of Nutrition

Scientific research and clinical experience have demonstrated that dietary modifications are highly effective in preventing and treating a wide arrange of symptoms and illnesses.

Nutritional therapy has an excellent safety profile, with side effects that only include positive changes such as improved energy, better mood, fewer cravings, better mental concentration, and less aches and pains.

Nutritional therapy is highly individualized, often requiring clinical assessments in order to tailor modifications and adjustments to each patient based on their medical and dietary history.

Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food


Fundamentals of Nutrition

The fundamentals of nutrition include the incorporation of natural whole foods, and an adequate intake of proper macro nutrient levels of complete proteins, carbohydrates, and dietary fats. This also includes intake of micro nutrients, vitamins and minerals which the body requires for optimal function in its processes.

Nutritional therapy increases the efficiency of the body’s energy systems, stimulates metabolism, and leads to better results in the treatment of both acute and chronic pain.


After the basic nutritional guidelines for the patient have been established, the role of supplementation is to enhance the effects of proper diet. The purpose of supplementation is to provide nutrients in a capacity which would be impractical to achieve in a normal diet. Supplements also assist patients who suffer from particular medical conditions, targeting specific nutrient intake in order to achieve a particular goal.