Nutritional Therapy is a holistic approach to health and nutrition, concentrating on the underlying cause rather than simply treating the symptoms. What you put into your body in the form of food and liquid is probably the single most important factor in the creation of health and disease.
“I would recommend Lisa to anyone. She has helped me and my family so much with her skill and knowledge and years of experience. She has helped us with food intolerance testing and nutritional advice and she has always been extremely kind, efficient and professional. I am always reassured by her medical background and training but she also seems to have an instinctive feel and insights into things. She has helped me with my M.E. and has also helped my daughter who has had years of tummy problems – and who is now well and fighting fit! I am very grateful to Lisa and would recommend her to anyone. Her Reflexology is pretty amazing too. I drove home afterwards feeling twenty years younger!” Judith, Norfolk.
Nutritional Therapy is the relationship of foods to the health of the human body. Good nutrition means that all the essential nutrients, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fats and water are supplied and utilized in adequate balance to maintain optimal health and well-being. Nutritional deficiencies will occur when inadequate amounts of these essential nutrients are provided to the tissues, thus resulting in illness and disease.
Unfortunately, in today’s modern world, many of us do not have a healthy, balanced diet. Even though obesity is on the increase, many of the population are in fact malnourished. It has been proven that ‘optimum nutrition’ lowers cholesterol better than any drug, halves the recovery time from infections and dramatically increases energy . It is the key to successful weight loss and has been shown to reduce symptoms of depression and help to prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
The World Health Organization, which is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards and assessing health trends, says that:
“Good nutrition – an adequate, well balanced diet combined with regular physical activity – is a cornerstone of good health. Poor nutrition can lead to reduced immunity, increased susceptibility to disease, impaired physical and mental development, and reduced productivity.” See www.who.int for further details.
Consultation Options And Pricing
Lisa offers fast-track consultations by email/skype and telephone, as well as traditional face-to-face consultations. Whichever you chose to best fit your lifestyle, Lisa’s attention is focused exclusively on you.
Nutritional Therapy Consultations By Email/skype and Telephone support – £39.99
If you are interested in a fast-track consultation, contact Lisa to discuss your needs and concerns. Lisa will email you a confidential nutrition & lifestyle questionnaire for you to complete, which will enable her to identify the underlying factors in your life that may be triggering poor health. The questionnaire covers things like your diet, exposure to stress, physical and emotional well-being and critically, your health goals.
Following in-depth analysis of your questionnaire, Lisa will contact you to discuss the findings and make specific recommendations regarding lifestyle, exercise, diet, relaxation etc. She will also recommend any health supplements or products which may support your health and wellbeing.
Following this discussion, Lisa will email you a realistic and achievable health plan. The plan gives clear guidance about the changes you may need to make in your lifestyle to achieve your health goals. It is individually tailored to your personal circumstances, so you will be able to stick to it whatever challenges and priorities you may be juggling in your life, such as work or family related commitments or financial pressures.
Follow-up Support – £20
Some clients like to remain in contact with Lisa for the duration of their health plan, so she can keep a check on progress and provide feedback and support. For an additional £20 per month you can contact Lisa any time by phone or email for a chat about your progress and to help with any questions you may have.
Traditional Face-To-Face Consultations – £50 For The First Appointment (1 hour), £25 Per Follow Up Appointment (30 minutes)
If you are interested in a traditional face-to-face consultation, contact Lisa to discuss your needs and arrange an appointment.
First appointments last approximately an hour and involve talking in detail about the nature of your concerns and your day-to-day lifestyle, covering things like your diet, exercise, exposure to stress and physical and emotional well-being. This helps Lisa identify the underlying factors in your life that may be triggering poor health.
Lisa will then make specific recommendations regarding lifestyle, exercise, diet, relaxation etc. She will also recommend any health supplements or products which may support your health and wellbeing.
As part of this discussion, Lisa will agree with you a realistic and achievable health plan. The plan gives clear guidance about the changes you may need to make in your lifestyle to achieve your health goals. It is individually tailored to your personal circumstances, so you will be able to stick to it whatever challenges and priorities you may be juggling in your life, such as work or family related commitments or financial pressures.
Book Your Nutritional Therapy Consultation With Lisa
Lisa Fincham offers face-to-face consultations from clinics in Norwich and Aylsham. Alternatively, Lisa offers consultations by email and telephone. Please Contact Lisa in the first instance in order to arrange your initial consultation.