What to Expect

What to Expect from a Nutritional Therapy consultation

Nutritional Health Solutions provides comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle programmes to help you achieve your health goals.  The first step is to contact us and we will send you a Nutrition Questionnaire and a food diary to complete.  The food diary needs to be kept for one week and sent back along with the questionnaire.

Your first consultation will last approximately one hour, during which your goals will be established and we will discuss your diet, lifestyle, symptoms and any concerns you may have. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions.  A nutritional programme tailored for you will be developed to include:

  • An explanation of the possible reasons for your symptoms
  • An action plan that clearly outlines what you need to do to achieve your goals
  • Information on the foods that might help your condition, and those that might make it worse
  • Where nutrient deficiencies occur, or where supplements may help improve your condition, a supplement programme for you to follow
  • Any extra information you might need to help you understand your symptoms
  • A recommendation for diagnostic tests, if required

Usually, one or more follow up consultations are needed to help you achieve your goals.  These last for about thirty minutes, during which your progress will be carefully monitored and the results of any tests discussed. Your action plan will be updated and you will receive any additional information you might need. The help and support doesn’t end there either.  If you have any questions about your plan or your health condition that crop up in between meetings, you can contact Alison by telephone or email and she will answer them for you.

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