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Take a step towards a healther you

Been heard and understood is the start of the healing process, 

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Hello

I'm Angela Osborne MSc, I'm a Registered Clinical Nutritionist, Naturopath, and Functional Medicine Practitioner (IFM). I use a science-based, integrative, functional medicine approach. I focus on disorders such as ADHD, anxiety, brain fog, auto-immune, food intolerance, digestive disorders and children's eating issues. ​I have a particular interest in Nutrigenomics, Ketogentic and FODMAP diets.

 

Contact me today if you or your child has been struggling with their health.

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Conditions & Interests 

As a highly trained Functional Medicine Practitioner, I treat a wide range of diseases and conditions. There are a number of key areas of healthcare that I am passionate about and have a wealth of experience in. These include, but are not exclusive to:

Digestive Disorders

Auto Immune Diseases

Food intolerances

Mens Health

ADHD

Childrens Mood / Behavioural Issues

Sleeping issues

Enviromental Toxins

and Molds

Stress, Anxiety

& Burn Out

Can I Use My Insurance?

I am registered with the Clinical Nutrition Association, which is recognised by

NIB Health Insurance, Southern Cross Health Insurance and Accuro Health Insurance. Depending on your insurance policy, you may be eligible to claim back your nutrition consultation. Check with your health insurance provider today.

What is Functional Health?

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Functional Medicine is a holistic approach to healthcare that aims to identify and address the underlying root causes of disease rather than simply treating the symptoms. It is a personalised, patient-centred approach that considers the whole person, including their lifestyle, environment, and genetic factors, in order to develop an individualised treatment plan.

Functional Medicine practitioners use a range of diagnostic tools, such as blood tests, genetic testing, and comprehensive health assessments, to identify imbalances and dysfunctions within the body. They then work with patients to develop a personalised treatment plan that may include lifestyle modifications, dietary changes, nutritional supplements, and other natural therapies.

The goal of Functional Medicine is to restore optimal health and wellness by addressing the underlying causes of illness rather than just treating the symptoms. This approach recognises that each person is unique and that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to health and wellness. Instead, it focuses on individualised care and a whole-person approach to healing.

Jane Auckland NZ

Hi Angela

I just wanted to say thank you again for your health help with our teenager.

Your advice and products have got our child from off the sofa to representing Auckland in her age group for netball.

 

Thank you is not nearly enough, but THANK YOU!!

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