Nutrition for women’s health and hormones

I’m Alison and I help women prepare for the menopause.

My mission is for you to feel strong and capable – able to enjoy life fully.

You notice little things have changed, you are not sleeping well, you feel anxious, less confident with your hair and skin.

Perhaps your moods are erratic? Maybe you can’t shift the pounds like you used to? Or do your joints sometimes ache?

But these things come and go so surely there is nothing wrong? What is normal?

These are all signs of changing hormone levels.  With simple diet and lifestyle changes you can prepare to feel like your best self throughout menopause and beyond.

 The resulting increase in energy I have has enabled me to exercise and socialise more which of course has increased my energy further still.

I am so glad I made the initial contact with Alison and would whole heartedly recommend her to anyone wanting to find a smoother path through the crazy perimenopause years!

You keep everyone on track.  Take some time for you.

I appreciate that family life can mean catering for different tastes and dietary requirements and I can help to simplify this.

Learn more about nutritional therapy and how I can improve your health. Or book a free call to see how I can support you or call or email any questions that you have.

Cannot tell you how much better I am feeling since seeing you back in February. i stood on scales today at 9 stone 10 which is a weight loss of a stone since then. I consciously eat healthier – so much more colour and variety and with the Vit D seem to have more energy all round.
I am running smoother, not injured as often, have started strength training classes for women on a Monday and … am running The London Marathon in October for The Royal Osteoporosis Society!

Healthy and nutritious meal of salmon couscous, tomatoes, green beans

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