London Nutritionist

Welcome to The Nutritional Therapy Clinic

Our expert nutritionists are located in Harley Street, London and in Colchester, Essex and they have helped thousands of clients to lose weight, improve their health, achieve increased energy levels and better general health and well-being. We can help with most nutritional issues relating to Candida nutrition, IBS nutrition and female hormonal issues such as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, menopause and we can also advise on the best nutrition to improve your fertility. We also offer the Metabolic Balance diet programme, which can help with weight loss for those with hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) and Polycystic Ovarian syndrome. A nutritionist can help you to lose weight, achieve balanced nutrition, balanced hormones and ensure you’re healthy and functioning at your best.*

We have clinics in London and Colchester in Essex and nutritionist appointments are available at either of our clinics, whichever is most convenient for you.


Female Health:

Are your hormones out of balance? Do you suffer from PMS, PMT, underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism), polycystic ovarian syndrome or are you going through the Menopause? Our female hormone and PCOS Nutritionist can help you to discover that by improving your nutritional levels you can put your hormones back into balance, feel healthier and you may even lose weight, as weight problems are often part of hormonal inbalance. We have nutritionist appointments at our clinics in London and Colchester.


Metabolic Balance:

The Metabolic Balance programme is a world renowned weight loss programme that resets your metabolism and helps you balance your hormones and lose weight, whilst eating healthy all natural foods. You never need to go on a diet again and this nutritional approach to diet and weight loss can improve your health, give you more energy and help you to feel better all round. The Metabolic Balance diet is particularly effective for weight loss if you have Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) or Polycystic Ovarian syndrome and have struggled to lose weight in the past.*



Having trouble conceiving? Are you just about to start assisted fertility treatment (IUI, IVF or ICSI)? Then give yourself the best chance possible of conception and improve your fertility with the right diet and nutrition. Seeing a nutritionist who specialises in fertility issues can help you make the necessary changes to your nutrition to help increase your levels of fertility. There is much that can be done to improve your fertility with nutrition, supplements and lifestyle changes and consequently you can increase your chances of conceiving.


Low Energy:

Low energy and fatigue are probably two of the most common reasons for clients to visit a nutritionist. There are many underlying health problems that can be associated with low energy levels such as poor adrenal function, hypothyroidism, food intolerances or low/high blood pressure.  But, it may surprise you to know that a few simple changes to your diet and nutrition can improve your energy levels and health and bring balance to your life. Nutritionist appointment for low energy and fatigue can be made at our London or Colchester clinic.


Digestive Health:

There are a wide variety of symptoms associated with digestive health conditions, some people suffer only mild symptoms such as bloating or gas, while others are crippled with pain that makes it difficult for them to lead a normal life. If you’re fed up with being bloated, feeling pain and the symptoms of IBS are getting you down, perhaps it’s time to find out more about how a few small changes to your diet can bring relief from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Nutritionist appointements to discuss your digestive health issues are available at our London and Colchester clinics.


Weight Loss:

Do you feel like you’ve tried every diet under the sun and either can’t seem to lose weight, or can’t maintain your weight at a level that suits you? Our most successful weight loss programme, the Metabolic balance diet, could help you lose weight and maintain your weight after or just help you keep your weight at a level that you feel comfortable with.  We have nutritionists based at our clinics in London and Colchester in Essex.  We can help you lose weight, feel healthier and know that you are giving your body the nutrition it needs at the same time.*

*Disclaimer:  The information and advice provided by  The Nutritional Therapy Clinic is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Any person suffering from conditions requiring medical attention, or who have symptoms that concern them, should consult a doctor. Testmonials  on  this site regarding weight loss and other issues  are examples of what we have done for other clients and of what some of our clients have said about us. However, we cannot guarantee the results in any case. Your results may vary and every situation is different. Please see our disclaimer section for further information.

Call now for a free no obligation chat, to find out how a nutritionist can help you lose weight,  even if you have hypothyroidism or PCOS or if you want to discuss IBS, digestive issues, IVF, female health or fertility.  Appointments are available in Harley Street, London and Colchester, Essex, telephone 0203 907 6848 or email by clicking here

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Plums are abundant at this time of year. They belong to the Rosaceae family and are part of the same Prunus category as nectarines, peaches and apricots.
Plums are full of vitamins including A and K, and minerals such as iron and potassium. Rich in both soluble and insoluble fibre, they help prevent constipation and have a mild laxative effect. They are low on the glycaemic index so they shouldn’t cause spikes in blood sugar. Their deep red/purple colour announce the presence of antioxidant compounds which include anthocyanins. In fact, plums are some of the most antioxidant rich fruit.
Poach plums with a little maple syrup, star anise and cinnamon. Store them in the fridge to enjoy with natural yogurt, porridge or muesli.

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Help your child develop a healthy relationship with food

Although it might feel instinctive to give your child an ice-lolly to take their mind off an upset, feeding to soothe could lead to emotional eating in later life. A collaborative study between scientists from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, King's College London, University College London, and the University of Leeds has been published in the journal Child Development. The researchers looked at emotional eating and feeding in a group of 801 Norwegian 4-year-olds and their parents. The studies were followed up again when the children reached the ages of 6, 8 and 10. The scientists wanted to understand whether parents shaped later behaviours by emotionally feeding to soothe their children or whether children who were easily calmed by food were more likely to be offered food when needed. The parents in the study were asked to complete a questionnaire to look at their child’s temperament, how well their child could control their emotions, as well as their own emotional feeding. The researchers found that children who were more easily upset were more likely to be emotional eaters.

The study authors recommend looking for other ways to comfort your child, which makes sense. Try giving them a hug or make a special box with things to distract them like coloured stones or feathers.

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