My Approach

 

“Being prepared is half the work done.”

Philosophy

Food Heals.

I don’t believe in fad diets or restrictions.  I also don’t believe in quick fixes.  If you choose to work with me, we will find what works for you, your family and your lifestyle.  Through scientific research and personal experiences, as well as the experiences of my clients, I have formulated a program and eating plan that works.

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My Approach

 

It takes commitment and time, but you will not be restricting yourself or starving yourself.  Restrictions have been proven to cause bingeing, which sabotages your eating plan and reduces the success rate at feeling great and being in your best health.  You won’t be finding juice cleanses, detox diets or fad diets when you work with me.

After your 20 minute free phone consultation, you can decide whether you would like to book the initial consultation with me to go through your health history, so that we are able to work out a plan that suits your lifestyle and health needs.

Depending on the outcome from your initial consultation, I can develop an eating plan, healthy food swaps, recipes or a coaching program to help with your health requirements.

Every client is different and therefore requires a personalised plan, and that is exactly what you will receive from me.

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Answers to Your Questions

What is functional nutrition?

Functional nutrition is the holistic approach to eating, taking into consideration one’s lifestyle factors that could affect their food choices, such as activity levels, environment, or the presence of chronic disease.

How is it different?

Standard nutrition focuses on the nutritional facts, such as a food or food group’s ability to promote or damage health (whether it’s “good” or “bad” for you). Functional nutrition looks at these facts, too, but in the context of an individual’s physiological makeup and how they live, such as how often they move, the quality of their relationships, and their stress levels. Essentially, just because a food or food group has been demonstrated as being “good for you,” it doesn’t mean it’s good for you — functional nutrition means one size doesn’t fit all!

What is GAPS?

GAPS stands for Gut and Physiology Syndrome, or Gut and Psychology Syndrome.  The GAPS diet was created to heal clients Gut with food and nutrients, which helps to heal the gut/brain connection.  It was discovered by Dr Natasha McBride and you can take a look at the website for more information.  Www.gaps.me

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I specialise in Stress Management, Gut Health and Age Management – if you are suffering from insomnia, digestive issues, allergies, intolerances or feeling as though your health isn’t optimal, book a Free 20 Minute Telephone Consultation with me by clicking on the button below.