‘Need a consultation?’
Getting dietary advice for your women’s health concerns:
Please contact us by email or phone to set up an appointment: info@womensnutrition4health/ 07899995092
With over 30 years experience, much of it in the women’s health area, our dietitian can give dietary advice specifically for you and the issues you encounter.
Dietary advice offered includes:
|• Anorexia Nervosa• Balanced Diet• Binge Eating Disorder
• Bulimia Nervosa
• Breast feeding advice
• Cancer prevention •
• Diabetes, including gestational diabetes
• Digestive Problems
• Eating Disorders
• Healthy Eating
• Heart Disease
• High Blood Pressure
• High Cholesterol
|• Iron Deficiency Anaemia• Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)• Menopause
• Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
• Pregnancy and Preconception
• Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS/PMT)
• Safe supplement use
• Weight Gain
• Weight Management, general
• Weight management after pregnancy
• Women’s Nutrition
•Advice is given over the phone , by skype and also email.
The company is based in Cardigan, West Wales so face to face consultation can be offered for women living in this area
Initial consultation charges (lasts about an hour): £40
Follow up consultation charges (if required): £25
Please contact us by email or phone to set up an appointment:
Tel: 0789 9995092
Payment to be sent by cheque or BACS before consultation
What will a consultation involve?
The dieitian will investigate the background to your condition, ask for a diet history and what supplements you take, if any. They will ask you about your lifestyle, such as how active you are and may also ask about your family situation and whether you are the cook and how many you cook for.
The dietiitan will want to know whether your condition is recent or long standing and whether you have tried to make changes to your diet already or been given any other advice about your diet and lifestyle
At Women’s nutrtion 4 Health we believe in using behaviour change techniques, so we like to find solutions together and explore barriers to you changing your diet and lifestyle to help your condition. The dietitian may ask you to set a few goals and monitor those to start with.
We are developing a members area which you can access when you receive a consultation. In this area you will find more tools and advice more tailored to you.