Many diseases in our society are diet-related. In a Nutrition Consultation, we focus on a healthy, dynamic and individual diet that is attuned to your lifestyle and female cycle. Hormonal issues can be balanced with proper nutrition, overweight reduced and an overall well-being can be increased.
What are the issues that a nutrition consultation or nutritional therapy can help with?
Your hormones act in a complex system called Body. Interestingly, it is widely unknown that many issues are caused by hormonal imbalances - and this the space we will jointly explore according to your needs. Tiredness, obstipation, overweight, eczema, allergies, menstrual irregularities, food sensitivities, diarrhea etc. may all have a hormonal imbalance at its core. A nutrition consultation or nutritional therapy can help with PMS, different kinds of menstrual irregularities such as short or too long cycles, heavy or absent bleeding, endometriosis, PCO/PCOS, thyroid issues, fertility issues and the wish for a child, preparing for pregnancy and issues during perimenopause and menopause.
I differentiate between nutrition consultation and nutritional therapy:
A nutrition consultation is a great start to your journey on “What does it mean to eat healthy?”. We will spend one or two sessions together and I will answer all of your questions regarding diet, lifestyle, consumerism and sports.
Women who book a nutrition consultation have often already engaged themselves in the broad realm of diets and wish for inspiration and a “signpost” to navigate the world of food better. I will support you in that!
Nutritional therapy is the treatment of symptoms with the help of diet. This therapy follows an individual treatment plan over the period of several week or months. The body and the digestive system need time to accustom to a dietary change. That is why appointments are held every few weeks depending on the treatment plan and your individual wishes on how much support you need.
Women who commit to a nutritional therapy wish for support in a long-term and sustainable dietary change. Often, they have already tried different kinds of diets without lasting success. They may suffer from health-related challenges such as eczema, food sensitivities, or digestive issues such as bloating or alternating obstipation and diarrhea. Many diseases in our society are diet-related. That's why it is so beneficial to integrate a healthy diet into your day to day life that supports your natural hormone production. I will support you in that!