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Why see a Nutritionist?

To improve, educate and optimise your health & wellbeing.

Each person's nutritional needs are different, and as we all lead busy and often stressful lives we sometimes forget or don't realise the vital importance that good nutrition plays in maintaining our health. A nutritionist's aims are to work with you to equip you with the knowledge and the tools you need to optimise and improve your overall health and wellbeing.

If we put the wrong fuel in a car it simply wouldn't work, or it wouldn't work as effectively. This is the same with our bodies. If we consume and fill up our bodies with the wrong type of 'fuel' we won't get the most out of it. Our energy levels can be affected, our bowels may not function properly and our skin may not be at its healthiest. Knowing the correct 'fuels' to consume can dramatically improve and impact on our health in a very positive way.

A nutritionist can analyse your current diet and eating habits in detail and advise and educate where improvements can be made and where change should be implemented for improved health and wellbeing. Recommendations on food groups, food types, micronutrients, fluids and eating behaviours are given that are tailored to your specific needs and goals. Information on food labels, E-numbers and supplements is also given if appropriate.

So if you want to know how to eat more healthily, improve your own nutritional knowledge and eating habits, or want to improve your energy levels, fertility or sport performance as well as maintain a healthy weight we can help!


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Nutrition and Your Health
Healthy eating is associated with a reduced risk of many chronic health conditions including diabetes, stroke, many cancers and heart disease. Reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels also has a big impact on reducing the prevalence of these conditions all of which are a leading cause of death. Prevention of these diseases through a healthy diet and lifestyle is far better than cure, and the first step of implementing dietary changes is by educating yourself on what foods are good and why they can help. This is something we can help you with!
The impact of stress on your diet and nutrition status
Let's face it, most of us lead stressful, busy lives and we rarely take time out to assess how our stressful lifestyles impact on our eating habits and thus our nutritional status. The answer is simple.....stress impacts us VERY negatively when it comes to eating! Research has shown that stress leads to a change in our normal eating behaviours, what we choose to eat and our weight, all of which have a further negative impact on our physical health such as impaired immunity, reduced energy levels not to mention our mood. Being aware of how stress impacts you and your eating and nutrition, will help you lead a healthier life and make healthier choices, so why not let a nutritionist help you?