Poor nutrition has been linked to an increased risk of many diseases, including cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. The human diet requires both macro-nutrients, which are the main source of calories, and micro-nutrients (≈40 essential minerals, vitamins, and other biochemicals), which are required for virtually all metabolic and developmental processes. The leading dietary sources of energy in the Western world are abundant in carbohydrates and fats but deficient in fibre and micro-nutrients (i.e., they are energy-dense and nutrient-poor) A one off consultation at £55 will look at your overall diet and any health issues that you may have to see if these may have a nutritional cause. A detailed report is provided and food plan if required. Consultations may be carried out face to face, via Skype and by e-mail/ post.


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