Shipston Therapy Centre
14 Market Place
Shipston On Stour
Lower Leam Street
(parallel To Beaconsfield St)
01788 298203 / 07889 996639
Registered Nutritional Therapist experienced in offering individual nutritional advice and support for clients seeking to manage their health or symptoms from chronic diseases.
Cell Nutrition is the clinical practice run by Ludmila Enticott BSc (Hons) mBANT CNHC Registered Nutritional Therapist.
As a Nutritional Therapist, I like a challenge and more so when I feel that I can show the missing link to individuals in search for the right advice: the advice which manages to bridge the gap between science and practical results.
I have particular interest in supporting clients in the management of difficult to treat chronic conditions. My job is to translate scientific knowledge into practical advice, which I tailor to every single client according to the person I meet.
I am an extensive researcher and post-graduate student of Clinical Psychoneuroimmunology, a complex systemic approach to health where symptoms of mind and body are viewed within the context of a whole person and in light of evolutionary medicine.
I am also an approved BANT Nutrigenetic Counsellor and a referring practitioner for nutrigenetic and other laboratory tests available in UK and abroad.
Through a process of education in clinic, clients gain knowledge of health promoting strategies fit for their goals. Medical history, familial background, lifestyle and dietary habits, stress levels as well as emotional influences and personal circumstances are all carefully considered before personalised recommendations are made.
Empowered by knowledge, clients gain independence.
The implementation of the advice is supported and integrative to the therapeutic process. Whether you seek to better manage chronic symptoms or improve your physical abilities, Nutritional Therapy can provide you with much detailed information about your individual nutritional needs.
Clinics are available in four different locations across Warwickshire and Leicester:
- South Leicester (Stoneygate LE2)
- Rugby (CV22)
- Shipston on Stour (CV36)
- Leamington Spa (CV31)
Nutritional Therapy is an evidence-based form of care where each person is viewed in a context of complex interconnected web of influences.
As an integrated form of care, Nutritional Therapy is complementary to conventional mainstream medicine. Nutritional Therapists work in collaboration with other healthcare professionals.
Training, qualifications & experience
Qualifications and experience
I have been studying nutrition science for over 10 years and I am qualified with a First Class BSc (Hons) degree in Nutritional Therapy from the University of West London.
I am a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and a fully insured CNHC registered practitioner.
I am also a member of the US-based Functional Medicine community FMTown, which is an online community for healthcare professionals offering studies and discussions on the functional medicine approach to health at post-graduate level. I have completed the courses on Foundations of Functional Diagnosis, Foundations of Blood Chemistry Analysis and Entry Level Clinical Nutrition with FMTown.
I am currently undergoing post-graduate training in Clinical Psychoneuroimmunology (cPNI) with the Natura Foundation (based in the Netherlands). Clinical PNI is a modern science based on evolutionary principles that enables me to look for the causes behind symptoms in each client and identify the rationale linking mind and body physiology in a systematic approach to health.
As part of my continued professional development, I attend several BANT-approved seminars and training days throughout the UK every year. These seminars are themed around the nutritional influences on all major bodily functions and the latest developments in nutrition science and nutrigenomics.
Areas of nutrition I deal with
- Adults and elderly adults
- Anaemia *
- Anorexia nervosa *
- Balanced diet
- Binge eating disorder *
- Bulimia nervosa *
- Cancer *
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME *
- Coeliac disease
- Confidence and self-esteem
- Constipation *
- Crohn's disease *
- Diarrhoea *
- Digestive problems *
- Eating disorders *
- Eczema *
- Fibromyalgia *
- Food allergy and food intolerance
- Healthy eating
- Healthy hair
- Heart disease *
- High blood pressure *
- High cholesterol *
- Infants and pre-school children
- Iron deficiency anaemia *
- Irritable bowel syndrome *
- Life stages
- Megaloblastic anaemia *
- Menopause *
- Migraine *
- Obesity *
- Osteoporosis *
- Polycystic ovary syndrome *
- Pregnancy and preconception
- Premenstrual syndrome *
- Psoriasis *
- Rosacea *
- Schoolchildren and teenagers
- Skin health and conditions *
- Sports nutrition
- Thyroid problems
- Tiredness *
- Weight gain
- Weight management
- Women's nutrition
* 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.
The fees are fixed and include the time spent in clinic as well as the time the practitioner dedicates to your case whether researching particular aspects, designing your programme, evaluating laboratory test results or communicating with you.
Prices for 2015
The fees that you pay are fixed and include the time spent in clinic as well as the time the practitioner dedicates to your case whether researching particular aspects, designing your programme, evaluating laboratory test results or communicating with you.
Initial consultation (60 to 90 minutes) £125
Follow up appointments (30-45 minutes) £65 (via phone or via Skype) or £85 (in clinic)
All clinic locations have plenty of available parking nearby.
For further details visit: http://cellnutrition.co.uk/consultations/prices/
How many sessions?
A minimum of two sessions is recommended as the initial consultation comprises of gathering of information and the second one is an essential part of the therapeutic process.
The number of subsequent sessions will then vary considerably according to individual goals and health conditions.
Please note outsourced biochemical laboratory tests and DNA Analysis (when needed) incur additional costs and their results will be explained in a follow up consultation. These tests are unlikely to be suggested early on and are NOT always necessary.
How can Nutritional Therapy help?
Nutritional Therapy can help in many ways but above all, it will teach you all there is within your own power to positively influence your health. Rather than create dependence on the therapy, Nutritional Therapy aims to educate people so that they can do the work themselves.
How do Nutritional Therapists work?
A Nutritional Therapist takes the time to explain to you what is going on inside your body and the reasons why underlying imbalances may contribute to your symptoms. Once the reasons behind symptoms are revealed, you will learn what to do with your diet and lifestyle in order to better support your health. A nutritional programme designed specifically for you will show you what to do to improve your wellbeing and support your body in the management of chronic conditions.
More importantly, your nutritional programme will be educational to you. You will learn to recognise signs and symptoms to take effective action in time. Some cases might take more investigations than others but the ultimate goal is to reveal imbalances which can be corrected through modifications in diet and lifestyle.
Type of session
|Online nutrition support:||Yes|
|Telephone nutrition support:||Yes|
|Face to face nutrition:||Yes|
|Other languages:||Portuguese and Spanish|