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Clinical Nutrition or Nutritional Therapy is an evidence-based, individual, holistic approach to healthcare, addressing the underlying causes of ill health rather than just treating the symptoms.
?The human body is made up of trillions of cells. Each individual cell is like a tiny machine, responsible for carrying out thousands of essential biochemical processes every day; all these tiny cells work in synergy to run the ‘big’ machine - YOU. For optimal health, performance and energy each cell requires a specific range of nutrients from the foods we eat; if we don’t provide the cells with these essential nutrients, our cells cannot perform to their full capacity and we will not experience our full health potential. Scientific evidence shows that nutritional imbalances can significantly contribute to the onset of disease.
To help assess your specific imbalances, in advance of your first consultation, you will be asked to complete 3 detailed health questionnaires and a food and lifestyle diary which include details of your medical history, symptoms, familial predispositions, diet and lifestyle. ?
During the consultation, using her knowledge and expertise based on the most current research evidence, Lynn will discuss your health issues and ensure you have an understanding of the underlying physiological and biochemical processes that may be impacting on your health.
She will devise a Nutritional Therapy programme according to your individual needs that includes a personal nutrition report along with supporting fact sheets, and recommended nutritional supplements as appropriate.
?Nutritional Therapy is a recognised complementary medicine that can be used on its own or alongside any other therapies.
?Lynn is happy to work with general practitioners or specialist consultants in the ongoing management of individual health conditions.
Training, qualifications & experience
BSc Nutritional Medicine (Thames Valley University)
Certificate of Education (University of Wolverhampton)
Clinical Nutrigenomics (Bastyr University)
Areas of nutrition I deal with
- Adults and elderly adults
- Anaemia *
- Balanced diet
- Cancer *
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME *
- Coeliac disease
- Constipation *
- Crohn's disease *
- Diarrhoea *
- Digestive problems *
- Eating disorders *
- Eczema *
- Fibromyalgia *
- Food allergy and food intolerance
- Healthy eating
- 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.
Initial Nutritional Therapy Consultation (90 minutes) £125
Includes interpretation of health questionnaires; time spent researching your health concerns prior to your visit; face to face consultation; fact sheets and information; a personal dietary and lifestyle plan.
Follow-Up Nutritional Therapy Appointments (60 mins) £60
Includes reassessment of questionnaires and further research as necessary prior to your visit; face to face consultation; revisions to your personal dietary and lifestyle plan.
Nutrigenomic Interpretation and Report Packages from £675
Please visit www.lynnadams.co.uk for more details.
Around 18 years ago I was diagnosed with triple vessel CHD and discovered I had previously suffered a heart attack. Two years later I was in hospital again when attempts to widen my congested arteries with angioplasty and stents failed. I could not walk upstairs without experiencing severe chest pain and my cardiologist explained that CHD is progressive and the prognosis suggested I would require triple bypass surgery within the next 10 years.
Forced to take sick leave from my job as a lecturer and manager in further and higher education, I determined I would use the time to investigate means of improving my prognosis; I read everything I could get my hands on related to CHD and began to realise the impact the foods we eat can have on health and the progression of chronic disease. This was the turning point when I finally took responsibility for my own health; the changes I implemented to my dietary and lifestyle habits had such a profoundly positive effect, that a year later my cardiologist discharged me.
?My research into the effects of nutrition and health continued and began to expand until my interest was so great and I was so inspired by my own dramatic health improvements that I spent the following 6 years studying a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Medicine with Thames Valley University, so that as a Nutritional Therapist I could support others in achieving their optimum health, and experience an improved quality of life as I had done.
?I’m living proof of how supportive to health Nutritional Therapy can be - 18 years on and not a scalpel in sight!
?Please note that Nutritional Therapy is not a replacement of orthodox medicine but is complementary to all other therapies, and supportive of holistic optimal health
Type of session
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Lynn works flexible hours from Monday to Friday