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In a meta-analysis of seven studies consisting of 842,553 participants and 51,123 cases of coronary …

Maria Zaretti - 22nd August 2016

Zaretti Nutrition Therapy, Kent, Canterbury, Broadstairs

The Science Behind Nutritional Therapy

The Nutritional Therapy I practice uses up-to-date understandings from current biochemical and physiological scientific research and knowledge bases to promote health and wellbeing. The assessments, advice and interventions I employ in my work as a Nutritional Therapist are founded on "evidence-based" findings from current research, which means that, wherever possible, my advice reflects up-to-date scientific evidence of what has been proven to really work.

Improved nutrition and simple lifestyle based changes as approaches to healthcare have been repeatedly shown in scientific research to support the health of all the major systems in your body. After all, we are what we eat, and when we eat healthier then it is natural that we become healthier: