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We believe that to live well, it’s essential to eat well. A balanced and nutritious diet, rich in vitamins, minerals and proteins, is integral to leading a healthy lifestyle. Combined with regular exercise and a positive outlook, your diet can assist you to maintain a healthy weight and dramatically reduce your risk of chronic diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes.


Eating well also makes you feel great, boosting your self-esteem and confidence to achieve your goals. The mind is a powerful tool, and eating well helps you feel mentally in control of your body and self. Eating well also assists you to maintain a healthy weight. Eating foods rich in vitamins and minerals replenishes your cells, resulting in robust internal organs, good digestion, glowing skin, shiny hair, and many other benefits. This means you not only feel great, but also look great!


When we eat lots of fatty foods with little nutritional value, we often feel sluggish, lethargic and irritable afterwards. This is no coincidence—fast foods, snacks and sweets like burgers and chips are highly processed and full of artificial substances. They may make you feel momentarily full and give you a “high” (due to the sugar content), but this feeling is soon replaced by a “low”— with grogginess and irritation.

Nutritional Therapy & Lifestyle Medicine

David has a special interest in working with complex conditions and chronic illness, seeing patients that have already seen everyone else and have been put in the ‘too hard basket’. He works closely with his patients to provide a thorough understanding of their health condition and help to uncover the root causes of their illness or pain syndromes.

His functional approach highlights the importance of the relationship between gut health and whole body health, identifying the triggers or underlying problems that can delay or complicate the natural healing processes of the body.


These include:

  • parasites

  • gut dysbiosis

  • chronic infections

  • autoimmune conditions

  • nutrient deficiencies

  • nutrient imbalances

  • hormone dysregulation

  • Methylation imbalances (MTHFR, pyrroles condition)

  • Food sensitivities and intolerances

  • Digestion insufficiency

  • Compromised detoxification pathways


Using a range of tools to eliminate disease triggers and drivers such as herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, diet and lifestyle guidance, David is able to provide a comprehensive and tailored health support plan to help prevent chronic disease evolution and bring about proper sustained healing.

My Approach
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