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Online Gut Health Course
Our self led online courses are designed to give you professional nutritional advice but at a fraction of the investment compared to our private consultations
The 28 Day Gut Reset Course
ONLINE GUT HEALTH COURSE
The gut health self study course is for you if you are...
Struggling with 'sluggish digestion'
Lacking in energy, concentration & focus
Craving sugar, caffeine and carbs or becoming 'hangry'
Always getting coughs and colds
Experiencing minor skin outbreaks
Have a history of faddy diets
We cannot underestimate the important role of our gut. Alongside digesting and absorbing food and essential nutrients, it is known as the 'second brain', it houses 70% of our immune system, it is responsible for toxin excretion and regulates hormones and metabolism. When the gut is not functioning well it has a knock on effect on everything else in the body.
This program is not designed for severe IBS sufferers
28 Day Gut Reset Program
Now only £50!
A comprehensive course to give your gut a well earned reset to reduce the bloating, improve the metabolism, and increase energy and mood.
This 'Gut Reset' is the total 101 of how to have a healthy balanced diet, without being restrictive, calorie counting or spending hours in the kitchen. Its purpose is to answer the most common questions you have around nutrition and diet, portion sizes, food shopping, meal prep, lifestyle and of course...gut health
WHAT RESULTS CAN YOU EXPECT TO SEE?
Feel healthier, happier and less sluggish
Improved digestion and regularity
More energy, focus and improved sleep
A stronger immune system
You may experience some weight loss
A complete understanding of how to have a healthy balanced diet
Ability to identify diet and lifestyle triggers that impact your gut health
Women may experience improved premenstrual mood and less pain
More motivation and inspiration for home cooking
Foundations of a healthy balanced diet
Removing toxins and trigger foods
Shopping and food prep
Fibre, pre and probiotics
Lifestyle and gut health
Food diversity & balance
Why might you want to see a nutritional therapist?You have had long term, undiagnosed symptoms that a doctor cannot seem to help with. You want to take a more natural approach and avoid where possible, taking medication. You would benefit from ongoing support and motivation to making dietary and lifestyle changes. You are fed up with not feeling your best and want to know if there are any underlying health conditions.
Do you only look at nutrition?No, we take a holistic approach to your healing. Alongside nutritional support you may be offered exercise and lifestyle guidance as well as laboratory testing to gain further understanding of the cause of your symptoms which will help us tailor your nutrition plan. By taking the time to understand you as a person, you can expect to receive an achievable protocol that will fit in with your personal, social, work and family life commitments to help you achieve your optimal health and wellbeing goals.
What kind of conditions do you treat?We never aim to 'treat' but work to resolve the root cause of a symptom and empower you to take control of your health in the longer term. We have a wealth of knowledge and experience of supporting the following conditions: Female hormonal problems: Hormonal acne, PMS, Irregular/heavy/no menstruation, PCOS, infertility, endometriosis, fertility Digestive issues. Eg. IBS, IBD, bloating, gas, painful tummy, intolerances, allergies Anxiety/Depression Stress and Burnout UTI’s, Diabetes Thyroid issues Sleep trouble, Fatigue Hypertension, high cholesterol Eczema and skin issues Menopause and perimenopause Plus much more...
Can you help me to get a diagnosis for my condition?Absolutely. Many of our clients are frustrated that they've been unable to receive a formal diagnosis for their symptoms through the traditional healthcare routes. We work closely with our clients to help get a medical diagnosis (if needed) as often symptoms are overlooked by the GP and a client wont be sent for further investigations.
What's the difference between a nutritional therapist and a nutritionist?Technically we are classifed as qualified Nutritional Therapists and not Nutritionists. The main difference being that we've studied biomedicine and biochemistry, which means we are more qualified to support complex cases. Our school of study is called The College of Naturopathic Medicine which means we are a complimentary healthcare provider within the framework of functional medicine.
What does Functional Medicine based mean?Functional medicine based means we take a fully holistic and biology–based approach that focuses on identifying and addressing the root cause of disease and your symptoms
"As someone who has always suffered from a bad relationship with food, this has massively helped me. I thought I had a pretty healthy diet before, however Kelly opened my eyes to the fact I wasn't eating enough to allow my body to detox itself and I was eating things that were making my pains and symptoms worse! I now eat substantial, filling meals which keep me full, fill me with energy and help reduce my symptoms. I no longer get pains in the run up to my period, the pains during my period have significantly reduced, my skin is so much better, I don't experience PMS anywhere near to the extent that I used to and I'm so much happier in myself.
The meal plans and information that Kelly provides you with are great - I especially love the shopping list you can just print out and take with you to the supermarket."