NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE at the OLIVE TREE CLINIC

Is this you?
  • In the best of health
  • Brimming with energy
  • Cheerful, optimistic
  • Stable in mood
  • Clear and sharp mentally
  • Comfortable, efficient digestion
  • Strong muscles and stable joints
  • Regular refreshing sleep every night
  • Great shape, weight and skin
  • Vibrantly alive?
These are all affected by the health of the cells in our bodies.

If our cells have inadequate essential nutrients, they work less efficiently and our health can be damaged. Our health is affected by our eating habits, by inadequate sleep, by high levels of stress and by the toxins and anti-nutrients to which we are exposed through our air, water and food.

A nutritional therapy programme at the Olive Tree Clinic can help you deal with these issues.

Nutritional therapy provides expert advice to identify the changes you need to make, and ongoing personal support to help you achieve them.
 
DYSLEXIA Awareness week

5-11 November 2015
Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty which affects about 10% of the UK population.    Dyslexia makes it difficult to learn to read, write and spell, and is often linked to a weakness in the processing of language-based information.  Short term memory, concentration and organisation may also be affected.   There may also be difficulties with  arithmetic or reading music.  Dyslexia can be found at all levels of intellectual ability.

Dyslexia tends to run in families, but nutrition and other environmental factors may contribute.   


For more information about whether nutritional therapy can help,  contact us.
world diabetes day

14 november  2015
Diabetes is a common condition in the UK, with 3.3 million diagnosed cases.  It is estimated that one in 16 people in the UK have diabetes, diagnosed or undiagnosed.   Since 1996, the number of people with diabets has doubled.

Diabetes is a condition where the level of sugar in your blood is too high, and this can cause damage to many organs including eyes and  kidneys, and slow healing causing ulcers.


A healthy lifestyle can prevent 70% of cases of Type 2 diabetes, and can reduce complications for those with diabetes. Encouraging healthy eating in young children is key to halting the rapid escalation of this condtion.

Monitoring your weight, waist to hip ratio, blood pressure, blood sugar and blood fats periodically are important. 


Contact us to help optimise your diet and look for risk factors.
Patients have said

"I did not realise such a difference could be made from changing and balancing my diet and adding the correct supplements"



"I really had tried everything. I am now much less bloated and toxic, lost weight and have lots more energy"
Corporate Clients
How can nutritional therapy impact my business?

Productivity and morale can be strained by absenteeism and ill health amongst your staff.

Employees who are brimming with optimal health are likely to be less frequently absent, more productive and positive.  

Stress management and good nutrition are key components for  healthy workforce.

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www.olivetreehealthatwork.com
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