Eva Hauslerova BSc (Hons) Nutritional Therapy mBANT CNHC
Adopting a healthy way of eating and living is probably one of the most powerful transformations your can experience. The shift in energy, mood, clarity of mind and focus as well as physical appearance and wellbeing is simply astonishing. Priceless.
This is my personal story. I was slightly overweight, bloated most of the time, suffered from itching rashes, itchy puffy eyes, annoying spots, mood swings, you name it. I didn’t eat a lot, I exercised regularly and lived a pretty active life, and yet I wasn’t able to reach my ideal weight. I was only twenty something, miserable and most likely heading for more health issues. Not cool.
My initial interest in self help and healthy foods had gradually turned into my passion and everyday job I love simply because I know it works. The connection between good health and nutrition is crucial and can’t be ignored.
In some people it is just a matter of few straight forward swaps and aiming for the right food sources. My approach is based on the Functional Medicine model which is not about calorie counting or food deprivation. I strongly believe we must feed our body as much as possible to provide a variety of vital nutrients required for all body functions, including energy production, metabolism, skin regeneration, production of hormones and brain chemicals which play a role in our mood and stress resilience. So rather then counting calories I focus on nutrient dense foods.
There are also more complex and challenging cases (my favourite) who are experiencing a bunch of unpleasant symptoms and health complains, and find it very difficult to see results despite the fact they work out five times a week and eat healthily. This lack of success in reaching our optimized health or ideal weight is often caused by certain underlying imbalances in the body systems, e.g. compromised detoxification, food sensitivities or allergies, hormonal imbalances (too much estrogen in women), high levels of cortisol due to ongoing stress, or compromised immune system just to name a few. It is necessary to look beyond presenting symptoms, and identify and address the underlying cause first in order to experience a change and desired outcome.
My approach and nutritional strategy is therefore very individual. I make sure I have enough information, including medical and family history, current symptoms & lifestyle & eating habits all of which allow me to design and suggest the most relevant nutritional support while taking into consideration individual’s work and family commitments. And let me tell you, becoming a mentor and supporting my clients on their personal journey to what they want to achieve is the most exciting part of my job. It is often an eye opening and fun process for both parties involved.
I want you to remember one thing today. Symptoms are messages. It is the only way how your body communicates with you.
So pause for while, access you wellbeing and be honest to yourself. How do you feel?
Training, qualifications & experience
- Chartered physiotherapist
- ITEC Holistic Massage Therapy
- Dietary Educator, Centre for Nutritional Education and Lifestyle Management, UK
- BSc (Hons) Nutritional Therapy, Middlesex University, London
Areas of nutrition I deal with
- Digestive problems *
- Food allergy and food intolerance
- Healthy eating
- Irritable bowel syndrome *
- Obesity *
* 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.
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- Initial Consultation (1,5 - 2hrs) £70.00 per hr
- Follow up Consultation (45min - 1hr) £70.00
- 3 Months Bespoke Nutritional Program (3 consultations and weekly support in between) £280.00
Type of session
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|Telephone nutrition support:||Yes|
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