Making adjustments to your nutrition and to your lifestyle could make a real difference to the way you feel. I can work with you in a friendly, relaxed non-judgmental way to support you in your aim for better health.
As a nutritional therapist in Bristol I advise on nutrition and lifestyle to support you in overcoming chronic health conditions, to maintain good health and support you to live life to the full and be the best you can be.
Some of the common health issues I see in my clinic include:
- Health issues
- Health benefits
- Counselling & Nutritional Therapy
- Parents & children
- Work Place & Corporate
- Food intolerance / allergies (see blogs under Nutritional News)
- Any issues relating to digestion, IBS & IBD
- Weight issues / food cravings / healthy eating
- Low energy or fatigue
- Low mood, depression or stress
- Headaches or migraines
- Fertility problems
- ME, Fibromyalgia
- High blood pressure, high cholesterol
- Skin or hair issues
- And much more!
- Healthy eating
- Healthy pregnancy
- Healthy ageing
- Improved stamina
- Faster recovery after exercise
If you feel issues around food are more psychological blocks to change, you may benefit from combining nutritional therapy with counseling. We offer a two-pronged approach alternating nutritional therapy sessions with psychotherapy or EMDR therapy sessions. If you are interested in this and would like to discuss how you might work with me and my husband, registered psychotherapist and EMDR practitioner, Ryan Solomon, we offer a meet and greet session.
For more information on the correlation between emotional trauma in childhood and health issues in adulthood, go to the blog on Emotional Trauma and Health Issues which you will find under Nutritional News
I also work with parents whose children have intolerances and behavioral issues. Nutritional intervention can lead to amazing improvements in behaviour, mood and general wellbeing of children. This is an area that is very close to my heart from having seen the incredible improvements in my own children, who presented with very different issues, by finding the right diet and nutritional support for them.
Nutritional therapy sessions in the work place can be fun! Research shows that improving the physical and mental performance of all your staff is cost effective, leading to improvements in employee health and wellbeing, resulting in increased productivity, better creativity and a boost to staff morale.
It can lead to reduced absenteeism, improved productivity and employee loyalty. If you employ numerous members of staff, the cost of implementing nutritional and lifestyle support for health can be more than offset by productivity gains.
(Research papers: (Jorge et al, 2011) Can worksite nutritional interventions improve productivity and firm profitability? A literature review. (Chapman, 2012) Meta-Evaluation on Worksite health Promotion Economic Return studies).
Get in touch if you would like to discuss this further!