Overview

Many people can’t actually pinpoint anything specific other than they don’t feel quite themselves. They have poor eating habits, are not sleeping well and often experience low mood and fatigue. Their blood test results may be within range but poor diet and lifestyle habits can still be negatively influencing their health. They are looking for guidance to support areas of the body that are not functioning as well as they could be.

Typical concerns:

  • Low mood/irritability
  • Lack of concentration
  • Poor sleeping pattern
  • Digestive distress
  • Low energy
  • Food cravings or relying on stimulants
  • Stress – at home, work or emotional

How I Address This

1. Health Questionnaire and Food Diary

Before your consultation I send you a health questionnaire and food diary to complete and return to me 3 days before your appointment. This is so I can research your health concerns and any medication or treatment you may be currently be prescribed.

2. Initial Consultation

  • The initial consultation cost €80 and lasts 60-70 minutes.
  • At consultation I will highlight how your diet and lifestyle habits are connected and contributing to your health concerns.
  • Address blood sugar imbalances
  • Address underlying digestive concerns
  • Correct nutrient excesses/deficiencies
  • Testing: Complete Blood Count [CBC] taken by your G.P. is a blood test used to evaluate your overall health and may detect / identify anaemia, infection or iron or B12 deficiencies.
  • You will receive personal recommendations including fact sheets, recipes or meal ideas.
  • Supplement recommendations as appropriate.
  • Incorporate tailored recommendations for sleep, rest and relaxation.

3. Follow up visit

  • The follow up appointment cost €50 and lasts 45 minutes.
  • This visit is an opportunity for you to discuss any challenges you may encounter, ask questions or review your test results.
  • After every follow up appointment you will receive updated recommendations.
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