Have you been watching Channel 4’s new series, The Food Hospital? It’s one of the most talked about TV programmes on the box right now. Members of the public are shown how to relieve their health problems without the use of medication but using food instead. Everything from Crohns disease, acid reflux, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure, to obesity, fertility issues, PMS and IBS.
Just like the TV programme, as a nutritional therapist this is exactly what I do, providing Norwich with its very own Food Hospital. I have a busy practice where I help people resolve their health problems and come up with long term solutions, simply by using dietary changes and the use of nutritional supplements.
I have a wide variety of people who come to me desperate for help to improve their health. Very often they face a life on medication, or they just haven’t found any relief for their symptoms.
I am a fully qualified and certified nutritional therapist, and work with private clients, as well as providing nutritional support to the Spire Hospital patients following bariatric surgery. The therapy I provide helps to address people’s individual needs and get to the root cause of why they are experiencing poor health. I have so many people who seem to have lost their way with food and simply do not know what is the right food for them or how to eat healthily.
I also see a lot of couples who are struggling to conceive. Particularly in the case of unexplained fertility, where there is no specific reason why a couple cannot conceive, dietary changes and nutritional support can be very effective. I have one client in the early stages of pregnancy now who thought she’d never be able to have a baby. It’s very exciting what can be achieved.
Using principles and recommendations based on sound scientific principles and research, I combine my nutritional knowledge with plenty of practical advice, food recommendations and meal suggestions. This empowers my clients to put the advice I give into practice, so that they can improve their wellbeing and in some cases become symptom free.
If you would like to book an appointment to see me, please go to my contact page.