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Nurture Naturally.

[ profile ]Colette McMahon is trained in a science based nutritional therapy (Dip) with “The College of Naturopathic Medicine” (CNM).
Colette has her roots firmly planted for over 30 years in a Natural sustainable life style. Together with her husband they raised five children guided by the naturopathic principles of :

• First do no harm
• Identify and treat the cause of disease
• Teach the principles of healthy living
• Heal the whole person through individualized treatment
• Emphasize health promotion and disease prevention
• Support the healing power of nature


[ profile ] Plant a seed and it will grow…

With a passion for organic gardening and food preparation, Colette is more then happy to pass on the knowledge she has acquired over the years…
Nutritional Therapy is the natural progression of her life, to continue to
Nurture Naturally…

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being; not just the absence of disease or infirmity."

What is Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy?

“Nutritional therapy is the application of nutrition science in the promotion of optimum health, peak performance, disease prevention and control” (BANT)

The healing power of nature- Naturopathic nutrition recognizes an inherent self-healing process in each of us which is both ordered and intelligent. Naturopathic nutrition acts to identify and remove the obstacles to healing and recovery, and to facilitate and support this self-healing ability.

First do no harm-

• Utilize methods and substances which minimize the risk of harmful side effects, using the least force necessary to treat.
• Avoid when possible the harmful suppression of symptoms.
• Acknowledge, respect and work with the individual’s self healing process.
• Refer for appropriate treatment when nutritional therapy is not appropriate.

Identify and treat the cause- Seek to identify and remove the underlying causes of illness rather than to merely eliminate or suppress symptoms.

Empowers clients-
Nutritionists educate their clients and encourage self-responsibility for health. They also recognize and employ the therapeutic potential of a good client /practitioner relationship.

Treat the Whole Person-
Each client is treated taking into account individual physical, emotional, spiritual, genetic, environmental, and social factors.

Prevention-
Emphasize is put on the prevention of disease- assessing risk factors, heredity and susceptibility to disease and making appropriate interventions in partnership with their client to prevent illness. Naturopathic Nutrition is committed to the creation of a healthy world in which humanity may thrive.


Who will benefit?

Nutritional therapy is suitable for both children and adults and has been shown to be beneficial for many conditions including…

• Digestive Disorders: constipation, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), bloating, gastric reflux.
• Weight Problems: childhood and adult weight gain/obesity, low body weight.
• Poor energy levels and lowered vitality, chronic fatigue syndrome.
• Hormonal imbalances: premenstrual syndrome (PMS), menopause.
• Skin Disorders: acne, eczema.
• Food allergies/sensitivities
• Metabolic Syndrome: raised cholesterol, High blood pressure, Insulin resistance.
• Stress related health issues
• Autoimmune Disorders Multiple sclerosis, crohns disease, rheumatoid arthritis
• Recurring infections and poor recovery, sinusitis
• Attention Deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHA) and related problems
• Preconception & postnatal care
• Children’s nutritional support
• Advice on devising an individual healthy eating plan for life.


What happens during a visit to a nutritionist?

[ profile ]During the initial part of the visit, the nutritionist will ask you questions about your medical history, family history and personal lifestyle. The medical history will include questions about your diet, digestion, history of weight loss or gain, sleep and exercise patterns as well as relaxation habits. You may be asked to bring to your first meeting a 3- day food diary and list of any herbs supplements or medicines that you take regularly. Laboratory tests might be used to find any deficiencies and test organ function. This way a nutritionist will get a full picture of your nutritional lifestyle.

During the second part of the visit, the nutritionist will recommend ways that you can fill the gaps and reduce the nutritional overloads in your diet. For example, if appropriate, you may be asked to schedule your meals at different times or cut down on the amount of carbohydrates that you eat. The amendments to diet and the life style changes suggested are gentle and designed to meet your individual needs. You may also be offered advice on specific nutritional supplements if necessary. The nutritionist will then schedule a follow up visit to monitor and support your progress.

Nutritional Therapist Colette McMahon has a Clinic every Wednesday and Thursday at Kincora Therapy centre, Killaloe. Nutritional therapy treats a wide range of dysfunctions whether acute (recent) or chronic (long tern) with its natural scientific based approach to recovery and to maintain optimum health. The amendments to diet and the life style changes are gentle and designed to meet the individual needs of the client. These techniques, along with a combination of some remedial therapy can greatly help to reduce and even rectify pain and dysfunction throughout the body.

For appointment please call Colette –
T.061921461 or M. 0868903710

Email info@kincoratherapy.com

Colette McMahon Nutritionist NT Dip (MIANT)
Bohatch, Mountshannon, Co.Clare.
Email nurturenaturally.bohatch@gmail.com


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Co. Clare,
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