Feeding as therapy

Although there are many natural and alternative therapies that can help a lot to maintain good health, there is no doubt that the feeding it comes to be the therapy healthier, healthier, and even less aggressive that exists.

However, it is to some extent important that the diet is adapted to the needs and requirements of each person, since some ailments require that some foods are adequate, and others to the contrary totally discouraged.

Nor should we forget that, at present, many people have allergies or intolerances to some products.

For these and many other reasons, if we want to use diet as therapy, or if we want to start or follow a certain regime in a permanent way to prevent various diseases, it is best to go to the consultation of a nutritionist.

These, like his own dietitian in themselves, they take charge of designing totally personalized diets according to the weight, the needs, the age, the body mass index, the tastes or the objectives of each person, without forgetting -of course- the metabolism.

They also take into account whether or not the person needs to take some type of food supplement with which to try to avoid a lack, or simply to help the subject to improve health.

As we saw for example with the article that we dedicate to Zen food or the naturopathic diet therapy, there are many currents (many of those very old) that are based on food as therapy and that, as it could not be less, are equally valid, being healthy for health.

The question in these cases is to try to compensate the intake of the different foods, in order to avoid the lack of vitamins and minerals by not eating a certain group.

More information | Nutritional therapy This article is published for informational purposes only. You can not and should not replace the consultation with a Nutritionist. We advise you to consult your trusted Nutritionist.

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