Nutritional Therapy

Targeted nutrition therapy is a personalized approach based on an in-depth analysis of internal chemical processes, aimed at initiating dietary or lifestyle changes to improve the overall condition of the body for years to come.


It helps to:

  • Identify biochemical nutrient imbalances and their effect on reasoning, mood, and physiology.
  • Stabilize neurotransmitters/hormones (for normal brain function).
  • Develop good habits: proper nutrition, regular physical activity, quality sleep, healthy environment.

What symptoms indicate the need to see a nutritional therapist?

  • You have a hard time getting out of bed every morning.
  • Trouble sleeping.
  • Constant feeling of sluggishness, fatigue.
  • Chronic absent-mindedness, lack of motivation, and irritability.
  • Low sexual desire.
  • You have addictions that are hard to get rid of.
  • You gain weight easily, especially in the abdominal area.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, take control of your health and schedule a consultation with us.


Just one of these symptoms may indicate a disruption in neurotransmitters. These are biologically active chemicals that help our organs function properly and stay balanced with other systems in the body. Improper function leads to exhaustion and imbalance (beginning in one system and then in the body as a whole).

Nutrition therapy has many benefits

  • Normalizes the biochemistry of the brain (which has a positive effect on the body as a whole).
  • Reduces stress levels.
  • Effectively helps to fight against excess weight.
  • Improves the quality of sleep.
  • Reduces the risk of depression, diabetes, obesity, or heart disease.

Targeted nutrition therapy at Solea Wellness

We use Nutritional Therapy TNT formulas designed to achieve superior clinical results while minimizing possible side effects. This approach saves time and money, alongside being easy to implement.

Solea Wellness uses state-of-the-art laboratory equipment for detailed neurotransmitter studies. Our specialists have an impressive 10 years of clinical experience in this field. We guarantee fast and highly accurate results.

We use the highest quality non-medicinal ingredients that do not contain GMOs, common allergens, or artificial flavors/colors to meet the body’s energy and nutritional needs. These are unique products that provide accelerated and enhanced absorption of nutrients by the body.

All components are made in the USA.

What is included in nutrition therapy at Solea Wellness?

  1. First, we provide you with a special samples collection kit. You will need to collect samples (from the comfort of your home), fill out a questionnaire, and then send everything to the lab.
  2. We test the samples you provide to detect overproduction or underproduction of neurotransmitters/hormones in a modern laboratory with the latest equipment.
  3. The data obtained from the laboratory and the answers to the questionnaire (characterizing your lifestyle) are sent to a specialist in the form of a correlation analysis.
  4. Based on the report, we prepare an individualized treatment plan to help eliminate the cause of the negative symptoms and discomfort as quickly as possible. The treatment protocol is designed to last from 3 to 9 months. During this time, the specialist monitors your progress and adjusts the program as necessary.
  5. Once your body is completely rebalanced and negative symptoms have disappeared, we suggest having a routine check-up every six months.

Our mission is to provide an individualized approach to identify the cause of your symptoms, and select an effective, painless, and safe set of interventions that will produce results for years to come.


What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritional therapist?

Dietitians treat obesity and help you plan a diet during the active phase of GIT disease (and beyond).

Nutritional therapists study the effects of certain foods on the human body and help choose a balanced diet. We take into account: age, general health, motivational and psychological factors, and other individual characteristics.

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