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Personalised Health Programmes
In order to understand you, we will need to work together over a period of time. A ‘one-off’ appointment is unlikely to help you. The length of your programme will depend on what you want to achieve but will typically start with an initial 12 weeks.
A Health programme will typically involve the following elements with regular support to help you to over the programme -
Programme Fees start from £295 for a 12-week programme.
The cost of clinical tests and/or supplements are not included.
What is Nutritional Therapy?
Nutritional therapy is a scientific approach to our wellbeing, using a range of tools to look at potential nutritional imbalances and understand how they may contribute to ill health. As a registered Nutritional Therapist, I work with you create a personalized nutrition and lifestyle programmes to address nutritional balance and help support your body towards maintaining health.
How can nutritional therapy help?
Nutritional therapy works alongside conventional medicine and can support you with any of the following symptoms (this list is not exhaustive):
What happens in a typical session?
Before the first consultation, I provide a health and nutrition questionnaire for you to complete. An initial consultation typically lasts 90 minutes, and in this time I ask detailed questions about current health concerns, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, medical history, family history, lifestyle, levels of physical activity, use of medication and supplements and diet. I then use the extensive evidence base for nutritional science to develop a personalised, safe and effective nutrition and lifestyle programme.
Follow up consultations are agreed with you and help us to monitor progress and make any necessary adjustments. Whilst I work primarily with modification of diet and lifestyle habits, it is sometimes important to consider using specific tests or supplements to support potential nutritional imbalances. You will have the choice of whether to take up these options.
Nutritional therapists do not claim to diagnose or treat medical conditions. If you have, or suspect you have, a medical condition you must consult your GP. Nutritional Therapy is not a replacement for medical advice. I work in conjunction with your GP/consultant.