The Nutritional Therapist
Weight Loss, Energy and Chronic Fatigue
With so much conflicting information around in the media it is easy to become confused as to how to eat well. Everyone is individual and each person will have different foods and dietary routines that best suit them and their lifestyle.
Stress and modern lifestyles mean that many of us often feel less than 100% without realising we could feel better! Nutritional Therapy will teach you how to eat in a way that best supports your health and lifestyle.
If you experience any of the following, Nutritional Therapy could offer you support:
- Cravings / weight issues
- Insomnia and poor sleep
- Low energy, Chronic Fatigue or M.E.
- Headaches and Migraines
- Anxiety, depression, stress
- Skin problems, acne, eczema
Reproductive and Hormonal Health
Fertility and PCOS
It is now recognised that general health, weight and lifestyle can all have an impact on fertility.Therefore diet and lifestyle factors are key in optimising reproductive health. The body needs the assurance that adequate nutrition is available before and throughout the pregnancy. Being under or over weight, dehydrated or experiencing blood sugar problems can all impair health and fertility for both men and women.
Nutrients are needed at every stage of fertility and pregnancy and symptoms including morning sickness and post-natal depression may benefit from changes in the diet.
Fertility challenges and conditions such as PCOS, PMT, menopausal symptoms may all improve with dietary changes.
Bowel and Digestive Issues
The symptoms of IBS can severely impact quality of life. IBS can be improved through diet but there is not 'one size fits all' approach. The diet that works best for you will depend on your symptoms and reactions to different foods. Nutritional Therapy enables you to develop the eating patterns that best support you.
Understanding the foods and routine that work for your body you can address:
- Food intolerances and allergies.
I have also worked with people with
- Coeliac disease
- IBDs (inflammatory bowel diseases)
- Acid Reflux
- Poor Metabolism