Call or email to make an appointment, or simply call to have a chat to see if I can help you. Once an appointment has been booked you will be sent a detailed questionnaire and Food diary to fill in.
2. Filling out questionnaire and food diary
The questionnaire is designed to help me assess your digestive, thyroid and adrenal function, cardiovascular profile, immune system and liver function, blood sugar balance and finally your vitamin & mineral status. It also contains 3-day food diary, which needs to be completed as honestly as possible. I need these returned to me 2 days prior to your first appointment.
At the first appointment I will focus on your main health concerns and how your diet may be contributing to your symptoms. I will make specific dietary suggestions at this appointment, if appropriate also suggest laboratory tests and supplements.
I will give you information on fact sheets such as meal/menu ideas, foods to add/remove from your diet and ideas that may improve your overall health and well-being.
After this first appointment I will email you a summary report with our agreed action plan.
Then there’s the hard bit...
4. Follow the plan
Well that’s the easy bit, now you just need to follow the plan to achieve optimum health. I know this can be hard so I will support you all the way. You can always email or phone if something is unclear or for support to keep you on track.
I recommend a follow-up 4-6 weeks after the initial consultation.
Remember that small continuous steps in the right direction are much better than a sudden and dramatic change that you can’t sustain.
Will I need to take supplements?
It depends. I would prefer you to get all nutrients that you need through your diet. However, sometimes I do suggest the therapeutic use of nutritional supplements.
I prefer to base my recommendations if possible on facts rather than guess work. This is why I use laboratory tests wherever I can to clearly identify underlying causes.
What you can expect
Everyone is physically and emotionally different so I aim to work with you to create a program to ensure your specific goals are met and that you achieve the best possible results.
Over the course of a nutritional therapy program you could expect to:
Some people can get what they need out of 1 consultation, others may require 2-3. If we suggest a laboratory test during your initial consultation then you will need to come back for at least one more consultation to get the results
Fees do not include the cost of laboratory tests or nutritional supplements, which may be recommended.
Please note that we require 24 hours notice in the event you need to cancel your appointment. Failure to do so may incur additional charges.
Anne divides her time between London and Donegal and sees clients at both places.
25 Nassau Road
London SW13 9QF
15 Beacon Hill
Tel: 0044 7540706501
Anne trained with the Irish Institute of Nutrition and Health (IINH) and is a qualified Nutritional Therapist. She is a member of the Nutritional Therapists of Ireland (NTOI) and British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) who both enforce a strict code of ethics and practice.
Anne believes today's chronic illnesses are preventable with good nutrition and practices nutritional therapy because she believes in addressing the underlying cause of disease and preventing ill-health wherever possible. She wants to help her clients make practical and healthy nutritional choices that will fit into their everyday lives.
Anne's qualifications include:
Nutritional medicine is able to help people of all ages and can make an impact on a great many chronic conditions, both major and minor. Here are a few examples of conditions that have responded to nutritional therapy: