Have you ever felt your health, mood or energy is holding you back?
Meet Stephanie Leung-Coleman
I too have overcome my health challenges with the help of practitioners and nutritional strategies. My health journey inspired me to embark on a rigorous four-year clinical training program in functional medicine-based nutrition and to set up my practice to help others.
In my practice, I help both men and women address their food sensitivities, gut symptoms, hormonal, mood and energy imbalances by restoring optimal functioning of their body systems.
I have found, it is not just what you eat, but what you are able to digest and absorb
MBA, BSc, DipION (Distinction)
Member, British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT)
Registered Nutritional Therapist (CNHC)
Why Functional Nutrition?
Functional Nutrition is Functional-Medicine-based Nutrition. Let me explain.
Functional medicine is an approach to treating health conditions and preventing disease by finding and addressing the root cause of your health issues.
Instead of suppressing your symptoms, the science guides us that these symptoms may be an outward sign of internal dysfunction, just like a warning light on your car dashboard.
Functional nutrition applies the framework of functional medicine and uses food and nutrients as a natural medicine to help restore body function and balance.
Functional nutrition honours the fact that food is not only fuel for your body, but also an extremely useful tool to help us address the underlying cause of your condition.
A whole-food diet rich in fruits, vegetables and quality proteins and fats, with minimally processed food, is always a great foundation. However, some individuals require more targeted interventions with specific foods to restore the optimal function in the body and to address the underlying cause of their health issues.