COVID-19 Update: face-to-face consultations are suspended; all consultations are held using Zoom
DipNTCNM, mBANT, CNHC
Nutritional Therapy is a valuable process that helps us understand the underlying biochemical imbalances that contribute to health problems. Diet and lifestyle choices have significant influence on our physiological function, meaning that we have huge potential to both prevent and recover from disease.
Humans are an adaptive species; we make adaptations minute-by-minute in response to our environment. Exploring environmental factors such as diet, emotional and physical health, sleep quality and exposure to stress, infection and chemicals, along with our genetics, enables us to evaluate our current health status and address areas that need improvement. This information gathering, along with an understanding of the biochemical and metabolic pathways our body operates, creates the opportunity for positive adaptation, leading to improved health and well-being.
Registered Nutritional Therapist based in Bristol, England
Specialising in autoimmune disease
Face-to-face and Zoom consultations
Nutritional Therapy empowers us! Rather than accepting passive care in response to illness, it gives us the tools for preventative active care and wellness.
All manner of health issues (not exhaustive to those listed below) can be addressed using dietary, targeted supplementation and lifestyle interventions.
What results can I expect?
Conventional medicine often struggles to provide the right support for patients, especially those with autoimmune disease and chronic conditions...but the potential for recovery exists!
Each and every one of us is biochemically individual, so whilst there is no proven, natural approach to reverse all disease, we should never underestimate the human body’s ability to thrive given the right ingredients to facilitate positive change.
Many people experience fantastic benefits when they take charge of their health. The human body hosts an incredible network of biochemical machinery and innate wisdom that is constantly adapting to change, and you have the power to make those changes. You no longer need to feel dis-empowered and isolated by your symptoms or health conditions.
As a Hashimoto’s patient currently in remission (for me, this means I have reduced symptoms, antibody levels and medication), I am a perfect example of how nutritional and lifestyle changes create a better-balanced internal environment to enable self-healing. I, and many others, have taken control and transitioned from isolated to liberated!
Regaining Self holds empowerment and education as its core values; I want to help you, help yourself.