Eleanor Strang BSc (Nut Med) Dip ION mBANT CNHC

Eleanor Strang BSc (Nut Med) Dip ION mBANT CNHC

Bimal Clinic
39 Carlton Road
Chiswick
London
W4 5DY

Crofton Healthcare
Health Development Centre
Wych Hill
Woking
Surrey
GU22 0ES

(Crofton) 01483 770529 (Bimal) 0208 994 5822

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Bimal Clinic
39 Carlton Road
Chiswick
London
W4 5DY

Crofton Healthcare
Health Development Centre
Wych Hill
Woking
Surrey
GU22 0ES

(Crofton) 01483 770529 (Bimal) 0208 994 5822

About me

Nutritional Therapists are trained to understand how food, nutrients and diet influence the function and health of the body. We are what we eat and over time, poor dietary choices challenge our well-being and can manifest as symptoms of ill-health. However it's never too late to learn. The right diet can help to protect against disease, restore optimal energy levels and encourage a return to good health, vitality and well-being.

How it works
We send you a health & Nutrition questionnaire to complete, which involves a 3 day food diary. Your initial consultation is then based on my analysis of this completed questionnaire. We explore the potential root causes of any symptoms of ill-health, that may have resulted from years of dietary imbalance, and address these underlying issues, tailoring appropriate advice to the needs of the individual, avoiding a standard, one size fits all approach. With a little guidance, you can learn to improve your diet, make the right choices, and ensure you are eating the right foods to optimise your health and well-being.

A Follow-up consultation 4 - 6 weeks later can then assess the success of the dietary plan, and any challenges can be supported in the interim by email.

Health Issues
Clients' personal goals can vary, but typically dietary advice is sought to boost energy levels, restore better gut function (digestion, absorption and elimination), or maybe to better manage weight or stress levels, or support a variety of diagnosed life-style related health conditions. Advice can investigate food intolerances or allergies or help optimise hormone health or support fertility and conception. Exercise and sport can also benefit from evidence-based nutritional advice. Functional testing through reputable laboratories can help to identify nutrient deficiencies or biochemical imbalances, manifesting as symptoms.

Nutritional Therapy is not a replacement or alternative for medical advice. Red-flag symptoms will always be referred to medical professionals and where appropriate, healthcare teams will be kept fully informed about all nutritional advice given.

Consultations can be booked at the Bimal Clinic in Chiswick, London, or at the Crofton Healthcare Clinic in Woking, Surrey. See the website for further details; www.eleanorstrangnutrition.co.uk

Training, qualifications & experience

Eleanor Strang (BSc Nut Med Dip ION mBANT CNHC reg) is a fully qualified, insured Nutritional Therapist, who began her training at The Institute for Optimum Nutrition, their 3 year diploma being accredited for professional practice, she then went on to complete a BSc in Nutritional Medicine at The University of West London. She is a member of The British Association for Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy (BANT), and registered with the ggovernment sponsoredComplementary & Natural Healthcare Council.

Eleanor regularly supports her local Nuffield Health IVF department with talks on Preconceptual Nutrition and is fully committed to 'continuing professional development', being a regular attendee of nutrition conferences and seminars at The Royal Society of Medicine, and CAM Functional Medicine Conferences. Eleanor writes blogs for Dr Morton's medical helpline, for which she is nutrition advisor and various magazines and media platforms. See: www.drmortons.co.uk

Member organisations

BANT
CNHC

Accredited register membership

Areas of nutrition I deal with


* If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have one of the medical conditions starred above, you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.

Fees

For general dietary advice: a half hour consultation can be booked; £43.00 (Surrey) £50.00 (London)

To explore health issues: the 50 minute consultation is recommended, requiring completion of a health and diet questionnaire: £80.00 (Surrey) £90.00 (London)
This includes some ongoing support via email

Follow-up consultation of 40 mins; £55.00 (Surrey) £65.00 (London)
or, Phone Follow-up consultation of 30 mins; £45.00 (Surrey) £45.00 (London)

Some Saturday appointments are available

Further information

see the website; www.eleanorstrangnutrition.co.uk

London, W4 5DY
Woking, GU22 0ES

Type of session

Online nutrition support: Yes
Telephone nutrition support: Yes
Face to face nutrition: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None

Availability

Nutrition clinics are held on Tuesday and Thursday at the Crofton Clinic in Woking, (Saturdays by arrangement) and on Wednesdays at Bimal Clinic, West London. Enquire re evening appointments