Scientific research continually demonstrates that our body’s ability to function is significantly affected by what we eat; so much so that it is becoming common practice for people to turn to nutritional therapy to help manage a wide array of health problems, or to simply enhance the way they they look and feel.


When people think about the food they eat they often see it as simply supplying their body with energy; however food really is so much more than this. When we break it down into its constituents it interacts with our body on a chemical level. Nutrients speed reactions up, inhibit others and allow organs to communicate and work synergistically. They give our body the tools it needs to flourish in the way that it is designed to.
As such, it is obvious that what we put in our bodies can alter our concentration; our ability to fight disease; to reproduce, and to sleep soundly. Given that the modern world places many obstacles in between us and the path to health, supporting the body nutritionally is all the more pertinent.


Nutritional Therapy is not as simple as being told what to eat and when; what foods are good for you and what to do if you want to lose weight.

The objective is to work to identify what imbalance or dysfunction is at the heart of a specific health condition and manage it in a sustainable way. Even niggling little symptoms we consider to be part of day-to-day life, such as bloating, headaches, blemishes, PMS and energy imbalances are a sign that our body is not working optimally. Biochemical testing is undertaken where necessary, to ensure approaches are targeted to each individual.


Alice has helped countless individuals make changes to their diet and lifestyle to achieve personal goals or, in many cases, address various health issues which have been shown to be influenced by nutrition. She is often a ‘last resort’ for those who have struggled in vain with health problems for a number of years.

Well-established research has documented the positive impacts of nutrition on many conditions. ASA regulations prohibit the listing of such conditions on websites, so please call or email for more information.


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Alice practices at Gazelli House, 174 Walton St, London SW3 2JL

T:02071180744  /  E: info@alicemackintosh.com

Please note that From November 2019 onwards, Alice will be taking some time off from her clinic on maternity leave. During this time, Alice is recommending all those in need of nutritional support to contact the brilliant Sue Camp of NutriPsyence. Sue is a highly experienced and fully registered Nutritional Therapist – her website is http://nutripsyence.com/ and the best way to contact her is by email on sue@nutripsyence.com. Please do feel free to get in touch with Sue, saying Alice has referred you to her, and Sue will then get back to you as soon as she can.