Amber Silverman, Nutrition For Health, Women's Health, Dip.NT, BSc Psych
My job as a Nutritional Therapist is to empower women to make changes to the way they think about food and how they eat in order to live their best lives.
I absolutely love working with women and helping them to feel better, feel themselves again, transform lives and ensure that change is effective and sustainable.
Whatever your starting point is with health, weight or food, you are in exactly the right place: I believe we are all on a journey to good nutrition and best health, and I will help you to make that journey.
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Get in touch for a free chat and to ask any questions: 07973 738 152
"Amber taught me the core principles of nutrition and how to apply this in my everyday life and re-address my relationship with food. I have kept my weight off for a whole year - a first for me!"
Natasha, aged 47, January 2019
"I came to Amber after a happy decision to expand our family. I knew that with that decision a major lifestyle change was necessary, as it was important for me to get on a healthy diet and cleanse my body while planning a pregnancy.
I was sure I will have to make huge changes and live on a limited and sad diet, but it was actually the opposite. Amber gave me full support on everything from a healthy and mindful morning routine, supplements, a detailed menu with tens of recipes and even a shopping list. Amber’s recommendations were great and were tailored to my needs, likes (chocolate), dislikes (cooking) and my daily routine.
The change was felt not only in my body, but life as well. Cooking dinner with my partner, enjoying nutritious meals, starting my morning right, planning my meals and making sure I knew exactly what goes into my body.
I am now pregnant and still follow these easy to make recipes for nutritious meals and snacks.”
Katy , aged 35
Training, qualifications & experience
Amber Silverman, Dip CNM, Bsc Psych, mBANT
I'm an experienced Nutritional Therapist, having studied for three years at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London, which I graduated from in 2011.
I do regular professional development training and am a member of The Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.
My BSc in Psychology supports the therapeutic side of the work I do in my clinic.
I worked as a consultant for several years, including in the food industry, which gave me an interesting insight into food processing. Spurred on to explore the link between health and food, I retrained as a Nutritional Therapist.
I now run a clinic in Tufnell Park seeing people individually, helping them to make sustainable changes to their diet that result in notable health improvements. I have developed a specialism in working with children and young adults, an extremely rewarding part of my work. As a mother of two teenagers, I am very aware of some of the issues around eating that can arise.
I have recently completed a course at The Tavistock, "An Introduction to Working With People with Eating Disorders," which has given me a greater insight into the complexities faced
by some young people and adults.
I run workshops that relate to specific health concerns such as The Menopause and Type 2 Diabetes. My Nutrition Reboot Classes are particularly popular with people who want to eat more healthily and/or lose weight who are looking for input or guidance, recipe ideas and advice.
Above all, I get great satisfaction from helping individuals and seeing how quickly and sometimes dramatically, they can improve their health, even by making minor changes.
I'm passionate about what I do and I invite you to contact me to find out more.
British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy
The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy is the professional body for Nutritional Therapists.
There are different BANT membership classes, including Full Member, Fellow Member and Student Member.
All BANT practitioners must have met the required standards of training, be fully insured and adhere to the BANT Code of Ethics and Practice.
Areas of nutrition deal with
If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have this medical condition, 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.
Ongoing telephone and email support is included in all cases
I offer a free 10 mins consultation to discuss your health concerns before committing to the initial appointment.
There are plenty of testimonials for one-to-one consultations and workshops on my website.
You can also find my blog at https://www.nutrition-for-health.org/blog
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amber-silverman/