- One-to-one health consultation with a qualified Nutritional Therapist
- Personalised nutrition & lifestyle plan
- In-person, online (video call) or phone appointment
Naturopathic nutrition combines the sciences of biochemistry and nutrition with natural therapies and lifestyle changes, to help you maintain a good state of health.
Naturopathic nutrition is holistic, because it works with a person as a whole, addressing underlying imbalances, rather than only acting on symptoms.
Protocols are tailored to each person’s unique needs, taking into account lifestyle, ethics and food preferences. Where necessary, diet and lifestyle advice is combined with a program of supplements and natural remedies aimed at addressing bodily imbalances.
As a registered nutritional therapist, Kirsty Gillmore will locate these imbalances by analysing your diet and lifestyle habits, medical history and current symptoms. After a period of review and research, a personalised nutrition and lifestyle plan will be created. This will be tailored to your unique body.
What Health Conditions Can Nutritional Therapy Support?
Nutritional therapy can help support almost all kinds of health conditions and imbalances, including (but not limited to):
Blood pressure problems
Blood sugar imbalances
Headaches & migraines
Irritable bowel conditions (IBS & IBD)
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
Tiredness & fatigue
Weight gain & loss
An initial 60min consultation package is required for new clients, which includes two 30min follow-up appointments to review your progress.
For further support after the initial consultation package, additional 30min follow-up appointments can be booked. These can be booked online, as and when required. Please select relevant option from the dropdown when booking.
There are 3 ways to have your consultation:
Online, via video call (global)
Phone (UK only)
In-person, at your home address (see map below for region covered)
In-person appointments are generally available within the region shown on the map below. If you live outside of this region and want to see the therapist in-person, this may also be possible - just contact us to see if we can help.
Before the Consultation
You will be emailed a health questionnaire, which should take you around 20 mins to complete. You will need to return the document via email, for review. This information will help the therapist prepare for your consultation.
During the Consultation
The therapist will ask you a questions about your symptoms, concerns, goals, body systems, medical history, diet and lifestyle habits. She will be take notes during the consultation. This consultation will take up to 1 hour.
After the Consultation
In the days to follow the consultation, the therapist will analyse and review your health profile, undergo research, and compile a nutrition and lifestyle plan, which will be tailored to your unique body and health goals.
You will receive your plan via email, up to 5 working days after the consultation. You will then be booked in for two 30min follow-up appointments, to review your progress.
The first follow-up will be around 8 weeks after the initial consultation. The second follow-up will be around 8 weeks after the first follow-up. The therapist will make changes to your plan, if needed to better support your progress.
Further 30min follow-up appointments can be booked as and when required.