There is so much confusion these days around food and nutrition. Yet if you get your diet right, it can help balance many aspects of your body, whether that be digestion, hormones, blood sugar or other imbalances you may have (see video below for more details). Do you need support in getting back on track and knowing what’s good for your body? I would love to help you to get back to enjoying life and not worrying about your health. I offer a free 15 minute free telephone consultation to determine if I can help you. Please call now on 07791 384 750.
Nutritional Therapy is a complementary therapy underpinned by the latest scientific research to help you find what foods and diet are right for you, your health and your genetic makeup. It helps to address any nutritional imbalances, promotes optimum health and encourages healthy diet and lifestyle choices.
You will be invited to complete a comprehensive questionnaire looking at your health history, food choices, current health issues and medication. I will assess your questionnaire to identify and address potential nutritional imbalances that may be contributing to any health concerns. I can help with blood sugar balancing, balancing hormones, weight loss plans, energy levels, optimum gut function, and supporting immunity.
An individualised plan based on your own goals will be produced to help address the nutritional imbalances and support the body towards maintaining health. It will contain advice on diet and lifestyle changes required to meet your goals. This will be completed in total confidentiality.
If you have a condition that you need support with, or see a need to improve your diet, then nutritional therapy may be able to help you.
“The part can never be well unless the whole is well.”
Appointments can be in person or over Skype.
Appointments are held at
Lamington Road Cardonald, G52 2SE
An increasing number organisations are taking more of an interest in well-being in the workplace and recognising that there is a link between good health, optimum performance and contentment in the workplace.
Whilst studying for her nutritional therapy diploma Marie began volunteering work with an organisation called Urban Roots. This work turned into sessional work and Marie found herself doing healthy eating promotions…