Includes detailed analysis of health questionnaire and diet diary, tailored Health Optimisation Plan, supplement and test recommendations (if appropriate), handouts and recipes.
- 90 minute Consultation
- Health Optimisation Plan
Follow Up Consultation
Follow up recommended around 4 weeks after the initial consultation. Includes review of progress, analysis of any test results, new Health Optimisation Plan. Number of follow ups required depends on symptoms and specific health goals.
- 60 minute Consultation
- New Health Optimisation Plan
Includes your initial consultation plus 2 follow ups – the best plan for commitment to your success.
- 3 Consultations
- 3 Health Optimisation Plans
The Consultation Process
- Information gathering
During your first consultation we will go through your health questionnaire and diet diary. I take a full case history looking at current health concerns, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, medical history, family history, lifestyle, use of medication and supplements, and diet. We establish your health goals such as boosting your energy, improving your digestive health or balancing hormones.
- Understand the root cause
I will explain what I believe are the underlying causes to your health problems. My aim is always to get to the root cause of your health issues rather than just treating the symptoms. Nutritional therapy is multifaceted which means that when I see a client I consider each body system (the gut, hormones, liver, nervous system, etc.) to see where the imbalances may be and why. Sometimes further investigation may be required via functional testing such as stool or hormone tests – this can provide valuable information on what is going on inside the body.
- Your personalised Health Optimisation Plan
We then work together on a tailored, easy-to-follow, safe and effective nutrition and lifestyle programme aimed at addressing your symptoms and improving your health for the long-term. Handouts and recipes will be given and supplements and tests may be recommended if appropriate.
Choosing a Nutritional Therapist
It is important to choose a qualified Nutritional Therapist who has undertaken all the necessary training to understand the theory and practice of Nutritional Therapy.
You can check whether a Nutritional Therapist is registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) by searching the register. By choosing Nutritional Therapists registered with the CNHC you can be confident that they are properly trained, qualified and insured.
I would never recommend nutritional therapy as a replacement for medical advice and would always refer any client with ‘red flag’ signs or symptoms to their medical professional. I can work alongside a medical professional and will communicate with other healthcare professionals involved in a client’s care to explain any nutritional therapy programme that has been provided.
Low energy and weight loss
“I booked myself in to see Kim because of my immune condition. I wanted to see if I could do anything to help feel less tired and more energetic – and to lose some weight. The zoom consultation was really therapeutic – it was ‘me’ time. Kim looked at my diet and my blood test results and created a tailored plan which I still follow and we continue to review. It was a very informative and enjoyable experience. Thank you Kim!”Izabela
“I used to suffer from hormone related issues and my blood sugar levels were out of control causing mood swings. But once I started working with Kim I noticed an almost immediate improvement in my health. My energy levels increased and my hormone health improved. As an additional bonus my diet is now much more varied than before thanks to Kim’s great menu suggestions. I can’t thank Kim enough for her help and support.”Pia
“I went to see Kim after suffering from skin issues for ten years and after trying many things which didn’t work. Kim recommended a shift in my dietary habits and some supplements. I had been vegetarian for ten years and my symptoms may have been a sign that I was not getting enough of certain nutrients. Within a month or so I was pleased to notice an improvement.”Ruth
“I have come to realise how important good nutrition is to enhance sports performance. The advice Kim has given me has proved invaluable – I’ve definitely seen an improvement in my racing and training times, and my recovery time is much better.”Mark, triathlete
Fatigue and anxiety
“Before I started seeing Kim, I was suffering from tiredness and anxiety. Within a few weeks of following Kim’s advice, I began to have a lot more energy and feel calmer. Kim has been very supportive and understanding throughout and has provided realistic diet and lifestyle advice that has been easy for me to maintain.”Jane
Hormone health, weight loss and low energy
“Within six weeks of starting the nutrition plan and supplements, which Kim advised, I began to notice an improvement in my general well-being as well as a feeling of vitality. My skin has noticeably improved, my hormonal issues are much less severe, and I have lost weight. Kim’s follow up sessions were very helpful, she ensured motivation was kept high and gave me new incentives and goals to keep on improving.”Alex
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