Nutrient Nutritional Medicine Clinic

at 212 Canterbury Road, Blackburn South, Melbourne, 3130 Australia

Learn how to rebalance your body's natural nutritional biochemistry, to achieve optimum health & wellbeing

Nutrient Nutritional Medicine Clinic
212 Canterbury Road, Blackburn South
Melbourne , VIC 3130
Contact Phone
P: 0422 950 230


Nutritional Medicine is 'Therapeutic nutrition, based on individual biochemistry'. Consultations: A nutritional medicine consultation looks at a person's whole health status, and focuses on finding and treating the cause of illness, to help achieve optimal health and wellbeing. We specifically aim to address an individual's nutritional biochemistry, correcting any imbalances which may be impacting on body functions, resulting in health issues. Our goal is to make you feel better, and reduce the risk of long term illness. Treatment involves more natural methods, including food therapy, and limiting the need for more invasive treatments where possible. Treatment may consist of: Therapeutic foods - using foods with therapeutic actions to prevent/correct deficiencies, and for management of specific health conditions. Nutrition education Dietary & lifestyle advice Individualised nutritional supplementation programs (as required) Referral - diagnostic or other therapies (where necessary) Consultation by appointment - all enquiries are welcome! Email - SMS/Phone - 0422 950 230 Amelia Sinclair ANutr (BHSci nutr med) Clinical Nutritionist - Nutrition Medicine

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Spring challenge: Eat 10 different types if vegetable every day. Fresh, in season/organic/pesticide free and consume both raw and cooked.

Published on 2015-09-06 02:55:50 GMT

What is your favourite nutritious recipe book or website?

Published on 2015-07-25 04:38:50 GMT

There is a lot more to weight management than calorie counting. Metabolic efficiency is key, and can be affected by various factors, including: Hormones, stress, toxic substances (ingested/absorbed), impaired blood sugar regulation, lack of activity, poor gut and liver function just to name a few.

Published on 2015-07-07 04:13:25 GMT

Nutritional Medicine follows natural medicine principles: (a) The aim is to find and treat the cause wherever possible, not just the symptoms; (b) To assist the body's own innate ability to heal through natural, non-invasive, non-harmful measures; (c) To educate others, enabling them to take control of their own wellbeing; (d) Prevention of disease and illness.

Published on 2015-07-03 02:09:53 GMT

The less your food has been processed, the better. Eat foods as close to what you may find if you were hunting and gathering.

Published on 2015-06-20 01:44:17 GMT

Struggling to eat healthier? Try shopping at your local health food store, butcher and green grocer for a few weeks, avoiding the large, commercial supermarkets. This helps break the unhealthy habits of convenience foods, and expand your knowledge of healthier alternatives.

Published on 2015-06-17 04:14:50 GMT

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Nutritional Medicine is on the rise as people move away from symptomatic treatment options;seeking more preventative action and treatment of the cause;aiming to achieve optimal wellbeing through more natural methods.
Feel BetterTM with nutritional medicine
Everyone has a unique nutritional biochemistry, impacted by a variety of factors that can change our body's requirements.
The aim of nutritional medicine is to identify an individual's specific requirements, and to address these imbalances.
Achieving and maintaining a balanced nutritional state enables people to Feel BetterTM and prevents ill health and disease development long term.
A nutritional medicine consultation focuses on finding and treating the cause of illness, therefore, consisting of taking a comprehensive health assessment , looking at various aspects of your whole health.It will also include referral for diagnostic testing to ensure treatment is targeted and safe.
Targeted Nutrient Therapy
An individualised treatment plan is prepared following a thorough case overview, and includes therapeutic nutrition, based on individual biochemistry.Treatment involves:
Education Teaching how to make better food choices to achieve a nutrient-rich and balanced diet
Nutrient Therapy Providing nutrient therapy based on clinical presentations & diagnostic tests, using the highest quality and purity nutraceuticals
Food Therapy Utilising medicinal foods - food as medicine
Learn how to Feel BetterTM with nutritional medicine