As the classic saying goes, “you are what you eat.” Food has a powerful influence on how we feel. Nutritional Therapy takes into account different nutrients, foods and food combinations that affect our health and vitality. You can use Nutritional Therapy to help with a variety of conditions such as hormone imbalance, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and other digestive disorders, food allergies, autoimmune conditions, PCOS, weight loss, and a variety of other health conditions including fertility. You can also use nutrition for prevention of illness and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, we work with both children and adults.
Meet our dedicated Nutritional Therapists:
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Nutritionists based in Ealing and Uxbridge
Our nutrition consultations are designed to help find the cause to your health troubles and to find a solution that won’t just mask the symptoms, but also help restore your quality of life and wellbeing.
Each individual is different and therefore each person has their own needs and health goals. We feel that there is no one-size fits all plan. Thus, each programme is tailored towards each individual. After each consultation, you will leave with a personalised diet and lifestyle plan that is adapted to meet your health needs and goals.
Our Nutritionists have access to a wide range of functional tests including Nutrient Status tests, Digestive tests, Food Intolerance and Allergy tests, DNA tests and hormonal tests. Please call them to discuss your health issues and find out what they would recommend.
Group and one to one weight loss coaching is available in both Ealing and Uxbridge and our Nutritionists are very experienced in supporting healthy, sustainable weight loss.
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What our Patients say:
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