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Jenny Johnston – Nutritionist

“Food can be the safest and most powerful form of medicine, or the slowest form of poison”

Food should make you feel good, and fill you with energy and vitality, if it doesn’t then something is wrong, something is out of balance.

Symptoms are the body’s way of telling us that things are not right. You can go on ignoring them, but sooner or later your body will find a way to slow you down and make you take notice!

One of the best non-invasive, non drug approaches you can take is to have a look at your diet and how you are nourishing yourself. Many chronic illnesses boil down to inflammation, toxicity, nutrient deficiency and/or imbalance, and all of these root causes can be improved or rectified with healing nourishing foods.

I totally believe that food should be celebrated and enjoyed.  You should be able to have your cake and eat it too! Sometimes you just need to get real and undo some issues first.

Members of my family, like your family have various health conditions. My son Jack had gut and sleep problems from day one. At 18 months of age it was clear something wasn’t right. Jack was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum disorder, and it still brings me to tears to remember how it felt to get that diagnosis.

If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me “does diet help”, I would be a very rich lady by now! Jack is living breathing beautiful proof that diet can make all the difference in the world. It took over two years to fix his severe gut problems, but I’m positive that while there is no cure, this pulled him out of his insular autism world, and now Jack is happy, healthy, quirky and thriving at mainstream school.

I’ve battled post-natal depression after the birth of my daughter and won; despite a family history of mental health and mood disorders. I grew up in a diabetic household, and other family members have auto-immune conditions. All in all, I’ve been through some stuff, and I’m the kind of person who leaves no stone unturned.

I believe the body has an inate ability to heal itself. I can help you learn listen to your body, and figure out what it uniquely needs.

Abundant good health can be yours, you just have to reach out bravely and take it!

 

 

Jenny studied Nutritional medicine at the Australasian College of Natural therapies, is an accredited GAPs practitioner, and a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS).