A Naturopath follows Naturopathic principles with the aim to get the body back to health. He always searches for the underlying cause of a disease. In order to find the correct treatment to improve a patients Vital Force, he will ask specific questions. A Homeopath’s diagnostic is to find the individual homeopathic remedy. A Naturopathic Nutritionist recommends an individual diet and possibly Supplements or Super foods. A Naturopathic Herbalist prescribes herbs(s) specific to a patients condition and a Naturopathic Acupuncturist works out an individual treatment plan for each patient.A Naturopathic Nutritionist follows Naturopathic principals knowing that every person is an individual and requires a personalized nutritional approach to health.
A good therapist will always use more than one diagnostic tool. It includes medical and laboratory tests. The advantage of Naturopathic Diagnostics is, that constitutional weaknesses can be seen and a link between a symptom and an underlying cause reviled. Most common used Naturopathic diagnostic tools are:
A Naturopathic Nutritionist focus on the following:
A Naturopathic Herbalist focuses on Naturopathic principals and prescribes herbs for the individual, taking all symptoms into consideration.
Naturopathic Acupuncturist follows Naturopathic Principles looking at the whole person when treating a patient knowing that a symptom is not the disease. A Naturopathic Acupuncturist focuses on:
A Naturopathic Homeopath not only prescribes the individual single homeopathic remedy at the time, but also applies other additional Naturopathic therapies. A Naturopathic Homeopath focuses on:
The Natural Chef is aware of what Hippocrates said in 460 BC: ‘Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food’. Junk Food does damage health were as good food, correctly prepared according to the constitution of a person, promotes health. A Naturopathic Chef has always in mind: