ANNE IARCHY

+44 (0)20 8445 9400

+44 (0)7880 627944

anne@barnetpersonaltrainer.co.uk

The Finchley Weight Loss Centre, Balfour House, 741 High Road, North Finchley

London, N12 0BP

Nutritional Therapy

The way you feel is directly linked to what you eat.

If you are feeling sluggish, bloated, regularly ill, suffer from migraines, struggling to sleep (insomnia), are moody, have massive cravings, or just not feeling at your best, it generally is directly related to some kind of nutritional deficiency, or a sub optimal lifestyle.

As a nutritional therapist, I will work with you to discover what vitamins and minerals your body is lacking to perform at it’s best through a series of questionnaires, nutrition and lifestyle analysis.

A tailor-made dietary plan is then created, taking into account your likes and dislikes. Plans may also include supplements.

It may take a little while for your body to respond and come back into balance, which is why our programmes are 12 week long. Although quite often you may expect to see some immediate improvements.

A nutritional therapy programme is not a substitute for the diagnosis, treatment or care of a disease, illness, or injury by medical provider.

Quite often, I will be working hand in hand with your GP or specialist to help you get the best results possible.

Programmes can be done face to face in North Finchley, or via Skype

If that sounds like the programme for you, the click here and book in for a free Discover the New You Chat

TESTIMONIALS

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Karen

"I've been going to the gym for years (before meeting you) and was always too intimidated to go to the classes. I prefered to work out upstairs mostly on the running machine or bike. I was worried that I wouldn't know what to do, I'd be completely out of time, hurt myself etc. But what

February 12, 2016

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