What happens during a consultation?

What happens during a Consultation?
  1. We discuss and establish what you want from your programme.
  2. We take an-depth analysis of your diet, lifestyle and history revealing how different factors may influence your health.
  3. If appropriate, we assess your eyes, face, tongue, nails and metabolic characteristics.
  4. Some initial suggestions will be made; and following your consultation, a detailed report will be prepared and sent to you. We also offer telephone and email support.
  5. You receive guidance on: Which foods suit you and the combination of foods that best suits your metabolism as well as and the best time of day to eat your meals.
  6. In some instances supplements and biochemical tests may be recommended where appropriate.

Consultations

Initial consultation* - 1hr

*Includes: Initial consultation, personal nutritional plan, one telephone follow up and e-mail support.

Follow-up appointments* – 45 minutes -1 hr

*Includes: Progress analysis, retargeting your programme, step by step guidance and motivation to reach your goals.

Booking a consultation reserves your Nutritional Therapists time exclusively for you. Please be aware at least 72 hours notice must be given for cancellations, otherwise the full consultation fee will apply.

Free* 10 minute phone consultations at Nutriheal

How many sessions will I need?

Follow-up consultations are usually required to assess your progress and the amount of sessions required depends on the individual case.

We will discuss your requirements at the start and develop a roadmap and timeline for you.

Are there any other costs involved?

Advice is based around diet, but it may sometimes be necessary to suggest the use of high quality supplements in the early stages to help address any imbalances and deficiencies.

Biochemical testing (blood, urine, saliva, hair and stool) may be recommended which often saves time by quickly highlighting areas of imbalance. These tests would incur an additional, one-off charge which can be discussed during the consultation.