Starting from a ‘food first’ basis, my approach places you at its heart.
Grounded in the biopsychosociology of food and behaviour, it is evidence-based and draws on several tools, including blood sugar balancing methodology, usually within the context of Mediterranean-style, traditional, food selections, and Time-Restricted Eating (including fasting when appropriate), all firmly demonstrated as having clear health benefits. Where considered beneficial, recommendations for nutritional supplements may be made. But none of this works unless you can embrace it, so we explore your readiness to change, consider where change made be made more easily and effectively, and how to structure it, and support you, for success. I respect your personal food philosophy – cultural, ethical, or spiritual – and yes, cake – or whatever you enjoy – remains on the menu.