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“Nutritional therapy is all about using the everyday tools of food and lifestyle to optimise good health. It’s about restoring balance to regain vitality and a sense of wellbeing to benefit yourself and your family.
“I’m a big fan of eating and cooking great simple, tasty food – a pleasure of life we should all enjoy. My own health and that of my family sparked my interest in the science behind what we intuitively know – that what we choose to eat every day, and how we live, has far-reaching effects on our long-term health. It sounds simple, but it can be hard to put into practice. We are all very different and no one style of eating suits everyone.
Many of us learn to live with feeling under par – symptoms such as fatigue, poor digestion, low mood or weight gain are just some of the messages that something is out of balance. Rather than ignoring or suppressing symptoms, better health is about asking ‘why’, looking to the cause to support lasting improvement.
There are many reasons why clients struggle to manage weight, digestion, energy levels and hormone changes – so we need to understand our particular symptoms in a holistic way to find an effective response. Embarking on a course of nutritional therapy is such a positive and rewarding experience which empowers clients to make confident choices. I love the fact that food is an everyday resource available to us all to make a real difference to our health.
My particular interest is in helping clients maintain a healthy weight, improve their gut health and digestion, and balance hormones, all of which are so important as the basis for a better quality of life. Most importantly, nutrition plans work alongside medical advice and are based on the latest scientific evidence.
I love to help clients embrace a way of eating that suits them, that they enjoy and that fits their lifestyle. No weird diets or cutting food groups, just good nourishing food, understanding your body, taking small steps and adopting healthy habits. To make sure nothing stands in the way I support my clients with strategies to use in daily life, to be accountable and reach their health goals.
Appointments take place at my private clinic in Beaconsfield or via Zoom
Complimentary call to chat about your health and what you’d like to achieve
REVIEW – A diet and lifestyle MOT with advice on eating for health and wellbeing – £100
(Includes 1 x 90-min consultation plus 1 x 30-minsession to discuss nutrition plan)
RESET – Guidance to improve specific aspects of health and make positive changes – £175 (Includes 1 x 90-min consultation plus 3 x 30-min follow-up sessions)
RENEW – Regular support and coaching keeps you accountable and sets you up for long-term health. Lose weight, eat well, bin diets for good – £250 (includes 1 x 90-min consultation plus 6 x 30-min follow-up sessions)
Qualifications – Diploma in Nutritional Therapy (CNM), Diploma in Naturopathy (CNM), registered with BANT (British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine) and CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council).
Website – www.carolinebartonnutrition.co.uk