What is Nutritional Therapy?
The role that nutrition and lifestyle play in health is now undeniable, and small, simple changes can dramatically improve your quality of life.
However, generalised advice, one-size-fits-all diets and a “pill for an ill” approach are all failing as they do not take into account the fact that we are all biologically unique and do not provide the support needed.
Your nutritional therapist will assess your needs and the root causes to your symptoms through a detailed health questionnaire.
You will then be guided and supported through your journey to optimal health with a personalised nutrition and lifestyle plan.
Who is it for?
It is for people wishing to optimise their health through simple diet and lifestyle changes, as well as those wanting to address or prevent the following conditions:
• Lack of energy, trouble sleeping, stress, anxiety
• Weight issues: difficulties losing or maintaining weight
• Digestive issues, IBS, food intolerances
• Heart disease, high blood pressure or high cholesterol
• Allergies, asthma, eczema, psoriasis or other skin conditions
• Sports performance
• Joint pain, arthritis
• Autism and ADHD
• Children health
• Eating disorders
• Fertility issues, menopause
• Chronic health condition like type II diabetes or thyroid disorders
• Age related illnesses
Our resident Nutritionist is Marie Pironneau
Nutrition and lifestyle: The Fundamentals (3 appointments)
The initial consultation consists of two appointments, a week apart:
During the first appointment, your therapist will go through your full health history, discuss your symptoms, your aims, and your current diet and lifestyle. You will be required to bring a five day food diary as well as a list of medicines you are currently taking.
At the second appointment, your therapist will present your clear and easy to follow, personalised plan. The initial plan will be about providing you the fundamentals of diet, movement, sleep and stress management in order to bring you to your optimal state of health.
The follow-up consultation usually takes place 5 weeks after the initial consultation. Your therapist will review your progress, make adjustments and offer more targeted support now that the fundamentals are in place. You may also be prescribed a supplement program and functional testing at this stage.
Initial consultation 60mins: £30
Personalised plan presentation 60mins: £30
Follow-up consultation 60mins: £40
Additional follow-ups: £40
Make an appointment
To enquire about Nutritional Therapy and to make an appointment please call 0141 332 8800 or email us at email@example.com