Allergy Testing & Consultant Nutritionist Faversham & Hythe, Victoria Shorland
Nutritionist of the Year 2016 - Silver Award
Clinics in Faversham and Hythe.
Consultant Nutritionist with over 15 years experience in Spire St Saviours Hospital and private practice.
Allergy Testing and Food Intolerance Testing
Food Intolerance and Allergy Testing by a qualified BANT Registered Nutritionist.
This means you get support following your Nutritionist consultation, as eliminating food groups can be harmful. This support prevents further health problems.
Food Intolerance, Explosive stools, Excess Gas, Bowel and Gastric conditions, Skin Health, Thyroid Disease, Weight Loss, gut bactera and sensitivity, and much more are all conditions which I can help you with.
Always use a qualified Nutritionist if eliminating food is likely.
Nutritionist and Gastric - Clinics Kent
As an experienced Nutritionist, through managed changes to diet, your symptoms can be alleviated, reduced or eliminated.
Professional advice with a qualified Consultant Nutritionist is essential, in order to prevent further health problems and malnourishment. Food Groups should not be removed from the diet without professional advice.
Cranio-Osteopath Service - Osteopath available for appointments.
Counselling Service - including problems with food and body image.
Private and safe environment providing support and guidance for various issues.
Accredited Counsellor Service.
Trading since 2004.
Training, qualifications & experience
Advanced Practitioner Dip. Allergy Intolerance Therapy
Advanced Practitioner Dip. Nutritional Therapy
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.
Information about health conditions (*)
Nutritional therapy can help enhance the well-being of individuals diagnosed with serious medical conditions, but should not take the place of medical treatment and advice. If you have been diagnosed with - or suspect you may have - any of these conditions, please speak to your doctor before starting nutritional therapy or making any major changes to your diet or lifestyle.
£68 for a Nutritional Consultation
£48 for a Review Appointment
£78 for a Nutritional Consultation including Food Intolerance Testing
£48 for Under fifteens
£68 for Gastric Clinic Consultations
Vitamin and Mineral Supplements available for sale at discounted rates. These supplements will have been assessed by the Practitioner for their efficacy and value for money.
Clinic available in Faversham and Hythe Kent
Gastric Specialist Clinic Available.
Food Intolerance Help Line.
Gluten Free and From Foodies Support Group - Last Thursday of the month held at Creek Creative, Abbey Street, Faversham. Free From refreshements available.
Consultant Nutritionist Advice on Gluten Free products available and Free From Diet management.
It can be harmful if foods are eliminated incorrectly, if there is believed to be an intolerance. Always check the practitioner is a specialist in Nutrition as well as food intolerances, so you can avoid this.
FODMAP plans should be also be managed by a profressional such as a Nutritionist or Dietician, in order to avoid further health issues.
I have many years experience as a Consultant Nutritionist specialising in Food Intolerances and gastric problems. This means you will get the appropriate safe advice and professional guidance.
Overuse of multi vitamins and minerals can also cause health issues, so I will double check existing products to ensure you are not overdosing or underdosing.
Ongoing helpline support is available so you are not on your own during the implementation of changes to your diet and lifestyle.
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