Nutritional Therapy

Is your energy lower than it used to be? Is your digestion playing up? Are you keen to optimise nutrition for sports performance?

Whatever the challenge – discover how different you can feel by making even just small changes to your diet and lifestyle.

Nutritional Therapy is the application of nutrition and lifestyle science in the promotion of health and peak performance. Registered Nutritional Therapists use a wide range of tools (including private testing if applicable) to assess and identify potential nutrition and lifestyle imbalances and understand how these may contribute to an individual’s health concerns, or for those who have an interest in sports, how nutrition and lifestyle can be enhanced to support peak performance. Nutritional Therapy is recognised as a complementary medicine and is relevant for individuals with chronic conditions, as well as those looking for general support to enhance their health, wellbeing and performance.
Prior to your first appointment, you will be requested to complete a health questionnaire and a short food diary, which should be returned at least two days in advance of your appointment.

Karen McCourt

Registered Nutritional Therapist
(mBANT, rCNHC). MBA, BSc. Hons.

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Karen is a scientist at heart and loves learning and keeping up to date with the latest research around nutrition and lifestyle. As well as ongoing research, she attends regular professional development courses to keep fully informed. As a member of BANT (the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine) Karen is qualified in both the science of nutrition and clinical practice. BANT promotes high standards of education in Nutritional Therapy, clinical practice and ethical standards within the profession, and BANT-member Registered Nutritional Therapists are also further regulated by the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).

Therefore, by choosing to work with a Registered Nutritional Therapist you can be confident that you are receiving a bespoke service by a professional who is properly trained, qualified and insured.

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Initial appointment (90 minutes)

Our first session will be very much focussed around the goals you would like to work on, gathering a health history, and learning more about your current diet and lifestyle – such as sleep, stress and exercise, among others. From this I can gather an initial picture of what might be impacting on your health and wellness. We will then work together on your personal health plan, including achievable diet and lifestyle objectives. As well as reviewing diet and lifestyle, nutritional supplements and private health tests from leading laboratories may be recommended if these are thought to be beneficial. These would be additional to the consultation fee (though some applicable tests may also be available through your GP).


Follow-up appointment (60 minutes)

Depending on your goals, and to get the best from Nutritional Therapy, I recommend at least one follow-up consultation after 3-4 weeks. We will assess the progress you have made so far towards goals, prior to working together to update your plan.



Initial appointment and follow-up session

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