Nutrition

Helen is a fully qualified and registered Nutritional Therapist providing one to one personalised nutritional therapy consultations, group dietary programmes and educational workshops. Her highly informative and inspiring style leaves her clients motivated to make long term diet changes that support their health goals.

Nutritional Therapy is relevant for anyone who may want to learn more about maintaining general health through food or for someone who may have a condition looking for help to improve their health.

For more information, please see Helen’s website: http://helenthefoodcoach.co.uk

Helen Halliday Biography

Helen Halliday is a Nutritional Therapist with a post graduate diploma in Personal Nutrition obtained from the college of Nutritional Education and Lifestyle Management (affiliated to Middlesex University). She is fully registered with BANT (British Association for Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy) and the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council).

Helen uses the principles of functional medicine to offer a personalised approach to nutritional therapy. This considers the individual person, their history, environment and lifestyle, their genetic and biochemical individuality supported by the use of evidence based scientific research and testing to identify any potential nutritional imbalances, intolerance or toxic burden so that a individual nutrition programme can be formulated.

Helen is passionate about helping people to improve their health and works on a one to one basis with men, women and children who may have a range of conditions or health goals. She has an interest in weight loss, digestive issues, hormonal imbalance, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, food allergy and intolerance, stress, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and skin problems.

Helen is a certified neuro-linguistic programming practitioner and uses these techniques to coach clients to help them achieve the dietary changes they are striving to achieve to support their health goals. She is also in the final year of completing an MSc in Personal Nutrition.