Our nutritionist is a registered Nutritionist (RNutr) with The Nutrition Society, having graduated with an MSc degree in Human Nutrition and BSc degree in Sport and Exercise Science.
What makes it special?
• The nutritionist works as part of a multi-disciplinary team and has specialist knowledge about nutrition for sports performance but also for health and well-being, or for managing medical problems.
• The 2-part assessment includes an initial introductory session, followed with a complete 7-day dietary and lifestyle analysis using a computer analysis, and a personal report, packed with food and lifestyle strategies, and meal ideas suited to your needs and preferences.
• Working with a close-knit team, she is able to refer to the other practitioners, doctors, podiatrist and physiotherapist when needed.
What is involved in the first consultation?
• You will have a 60 minute consultation to allow the therapist to take a detailed case history, and understand the main concerns. You will be given a detailed diary to take away, to be completed and returned before the 2nd consultation.
What should I bring to the consultation
Any details of medications, current training or exercise regimens and generally be prepared to answer questions relating to your health history, current health, any digestive problems, or weight concerns.
The second consultation will involve detailed explanations of proposed dietary (and lifestyle) changes, workable solutions to any problems, and a comprehensive written report to take away.
Fee: £75 initial, £60 follow-up
Future support and consultations is available and discussed.