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WHAT IS A NUTRITIONAL PRACTITIONER?

The terms nutritional practitioner or nutritional therapist are used interchangeably, but they mean the same thing. Essentially, I am qualified to give nutritional advice to clients to help alleviate symptoms they may be experiencing and help prevent disease by promoting good health through diet.

Nutritional therapy is a well-recognised complementary medicine and focuses on addressing biochemical imbalances in the body by changing when, what and how we eat. The training, which is based on peer-reviewed studies and rigorous scientific research, is extensive and ongoing.

“Everything in food works together to create health or disease”
T Colin Campbell, biochemist and Professor Emeritus, Cornell University

You can read more about my background, professional training, accreditations and qualifications here

Some of the conditions I have helped clients with include:

  • Digestive complaints, such as IBS
  • Skin conditions, including psoriasis
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Thyroid problems
  • Lack of energy/fatigue
  • Low mood
  • Menopause and hormonal imbalances
  • Weight management

GOT A QUESTION ABOUT NUTRITIONAL THERAPY AND HOW IT MIGHT HELP YOU?
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DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE

I offer reduced rates for couples and families. I can also access discounts on recommended supplements, if required. To find out  more about current offers and discounts, call me on 07967 338 061 for a friendly, confidential, no-obligation chat.

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“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison” 
Dr Ann Wigmore

WHAT TO EXPECT

Here at Clear Nutrition I am committed to delivering a personal one-to-one service based on credible, evidence-based research.

With nutrition there is no one size fits all approach. You are an individual with your own unique biological make up and specific nutritional needs that need to be addressed.

That’s why I take a full medical history and we look at lifestyle and activity levels, your relationship with food, budget, time constraints, preferred cooking methods, religious and ethical considerations as well as family history and the impact of any medication you might be taking.

A consultation is basically a fact-finding mission: we don’t just look at any symptoms you may have – we view the body and its functions as a whole.

I then offer simple, easy to understand advice – zero jargon, no weird ingredients and no faddy supplements. Just good, natural, wholesome food.

Consultations take place in Orpington, Kent (within walking distance of the High Street), but I’m also happy to travel within the Bromley area. I also practice in the City of London. You can opt to have an initial consultation in person, with a follow up online or via email, if that suits.