To safely rebalance your diet. So as not to constantly "yoyote" and learn to eat well in all circumstances, alone or accompanied.
NUTRITHERAPY From a semantic point of view, the term "nutritherapy" designates the fact of treating oneself through food. In addition to carbohydrates, proteins and lipids, our body needs mineral salts (trace elements) and vitamins for our cells to function properly. An imbalance of one of these small molecules in our body disrupts the main functions of our body and puts in difficulty our "state of health". In addition to a healthy and varied diet, food or nutritional supplements help to maintain or restore this balance, compromised by our current living conditions.
Objectives of nutrition therapy: Optimizing functions: energy, immune defenses, anti-toxic defenses, resistance to stress, memory, mood, fertility, etc. Correct deficiencies, deficits and overloads, Treat overweight and associated risk factors in the long term, Slow down the phenomena of aging, Reduce the risk of acute or chronic diseases, Give sick patients the nutritional means to optimize healing capacities To do this, the nutritherapist combines three techniques for diagnosing nutritional deficits (questioning, food balance sheet and biological analyzes) and corrects these by dietary advice and the prescription of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, amino acids and other active ingredients extracted. of food. The nutrition therapist also uses certain foods and nutrients such as drugs, for their pharmacological effects, regardless of any deficit.
Fight against premature aging,
Nutritional support in autoimmune diseases,
Nutritional support in cancers,
Prevention or support during diabetes or metabolic syndrome,
Immuno-nutrition: allergy, support of the immune system,
Preconception, monitoring during and after pregnancy.
Taking care of your body is making your soul want to stay there