Is Nutritional Therapy ‘alternative’ or ‘complementary’
It’s certainly not alternative. It works best when it’s used in conjunction with mainstream medicine, especially where ‘prevention’ is acknowledged as both desirable and possible. But it involves commitment and an open mind, to appreciate that much of the convenience of the latter half of the 2oth century has produced factors in chronic disease – in this new millennium – that simply don’t respond well to 20th century medicine and its tools. Functional tests and developments in biochemistry enable us to look at the minutae of challenges that over time accumulate to tip the balance between vitality and ill health.