We have so much information at our fingertips, but so much of it is bad information resulting in confusion. I believe there are simple solutions, and simple dietary solutions. Many non-communicable diseases can be avoided with the right diet, as has been stated by the World Health Organisation. Eating well can be easy and does not need to involve consuming rare powdered root vegetables grown in the rain forest, nor seaweed cultivated the other side the of world! The key is eating food, real food, and according to our own individuality. As a nutritional therapist, my advice is individualised, considering health holistically.
Gastrointestinal disorders are extremely common and are often categorised under the umberella term irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). If you suffer from some of the following symptoms you would benefit from seeing a nutritional therapist: - Bloating - Excessive flatulence - Nausea - Stomach cramps- Mood imbalance - Fatigue - Brain fog- Headaches - Constipation- Diarrhoea
Our hormones work together as part of a complex system which can be easily influenced by age, lifestyle, diet, exercise. If you suffer from some of the following symptoms you would benefit from seeing a nutritional therapist: - Weight gain- Mood swings - Brain fog - Fatigue - Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) - Low sex drive - Hot flushes or night sweats - Problem skin -Heavy periods
Have you tried many diets and failed? We are consistently told that the answer is to eat less and exercise more, which makes mathematic sense but simply doesn't always work in practice. My weight-loss approach goes beyond this one-size-fits-all solution.
Do you suffer with digestive issues which you believe are related to certain foods? Food allergies can range from minor irritations to a crisis whereby one's lifestyle is severely limited by the fear of eating the wrong food and having a reaction.