Biohack for Bulletproof Coffee to support your brain and your hormones

Do you love coffee?

I encourage you to limit caffeine intake as it can be dehydrating plus it can put a strain on the adrenals and the hormones. if you’re like me and you love your one coffee a day or encourage you to try this recipe.

 

What is Biohacking?

Biohacking is the process of making changes to your lifestyle in order to “hack” your body’s biology and feel your best. Biohacking is improving the health of your body using external tools, and the term is gaining popularity as part of an increasing move toward improving health and wellness.

Here are a few simple biohacks I recommend to my perimenopausal and menopausal clients

  • Do not use alarms to wake yourself up with a sudden jolt; start waking yourself up naturally and gradually
  • Incorporate smart supplementation into your diet to support the adrenals and your gut health. Vitamins A, C, D, magnesium and zinc are all fundamental to gut health and hormone balancing.
  • Incorporate some good fat into your daily diet. Coconut oil, avocado, hemp oil and cashews are all good fats that help hormone harmony.
  • Try breathing deeply throughout the day. Diaphragmatic breathing is a great way to control stress and support the digestive system
  • Love dark chocolate? Try eating sugar-free dark chocolate.
  • Track your sleep length and quality; start trying to get at least 8 hours every night. The earlier you go to bed the better it is for happy hormones.
  • Try bulletproof coffee

 

What is Bulletproof Coffee?

Bulletproof coffee is a type of coffee used to enhance cognitive abilities. Concentration, attention, focus, and intelligence are all cognitive abilities that affect the performance of our social and professional lives. Bulletproof coffee is one way to enhance that performance and stay alert in all situations.

Bulletproof coffee is becoming increasingly popular among athletes and business people to improve their cognitive abilities and attain higher levels of energy.

The magic ingredient in bulletproof coffee is unsalted grass-fed butter. Yes, this coffee has butter in it, but it also has the highest performance and lowest toxin level. It has all the benefits of healthy fats without the casein proteins found in milk.

 

How to Make Bulletproof Coffee

Here is a simple recipe for bulletproof coffee for improved cognitive abilities and energy.

 

Ingredients:

Organic coffee beans ground fresh

Unsalted grass-fed butter

MCT Coconut oil

 

Recipe:

Using filtered water, brew 1 cup of coffee just off the boil along with 2½  tablespoons of coffee beans that have been freshly ground. Gradually add about 1 tablespoon of MCT oil to the hot coffee. Follow with 1–2 tablespoons of grass-fed, unsalted butter. If you do not have unsalted grass-fed butter, you can use grass-fed ghee. Blend until it is frothy for 20-30 seconds.

 

 

 

The 7 simplest ways to improve your gut health and support your hormones

How are you going with your September health goals?

I hosted a retreat day last Saturday. 10 ladies had fun juicing, fermenting, sprouting, eating delicious food, and learning about gut health and hormones.

The next retreat is scheduled for the 27th November in Wales.

After that I will be doing a mini series of talks in my kitchen here in Minchinhampton.

Keep up to date with announcements in the Thriving Gut health FB group here

At the end of the day, we all committed to doing three things to support our goals. Here is a summary of those new commitments.

This may seem like a simple list but if you did all of these, I guarantee you will feel less bloated. You will sleep better; have more energy and you will feel less stressed.

 What can you add?

  • Drink plenty of water?
  • Take little breaks during the day?
  • Deep breaths before your meal?
  • Chew food well?
  • Veggies for breakfast?
  • Diversity of vegetables on the plate?
  • Change shopping habits to include a bigger range of veg, herbs, seeds, fruit.

When you shop you are better off picking 2-3 of every type of veg rather than sticking with the basics you normally buy.

What can you add to your shopping list this week?

Buy at least:

  • Four green fruit and vegetables.
  • Two red fruit and vegetables.
  • Two yellow fruit and vegetables.
  • One orange fruit and vegetables.
  • One Purple fruit and vegetables.

One spice and one herb you have never tried. Choose a variety.  Choose one of every veg and fruit.  Think about all the colours of the rainbow. This is great preparation for the recipes that follow. Add in two types of nuts, preferably organic or in the shell. Add a new cold pressed virgin oil you have never used before.

Here is a list of foods that will support your gut health and hormones:

Protein

  • Chicken
  • Turkey
  • Game
  • Fresh fish
  • Eggs
  • Organic soy -if tolerated (milk, tofu, edamame beans, miso,tempeh, natto)
  • Grass fed Beef
  • Lamb
  • Pork
  • Venison
  • Veal
  • Liver

 Oils

For dressing:

  • Avocado
  • Flaxseed
  • Hemp
  • Walnut
  • Extra virgin olive
  • Sesame

For cooking:

  • Avocado
  • Coconut
  • Extra virgin olive (up to 180° only)
  • Goose/duck fat/lard
  • Butter

 Dairy alternatives

  • Almond milk (unsweetened)
  • Hazelnut milk (unsweetened)
  • Cashew milk (unsweetened)
  • Coconut milk (full fat)
  • Oat, hemp, rice milks (unsweetened)
  • Coconut oil (for butter)
  • Coconut yoghurt
  • Nutritional yeast flakes

(for cheese)

  • Organic soy milk and yoghurt

 Nuts & Seeds

  • Coconut
  • Almonds
  • Brazils
  • Hazelnuts
  • Cashews
  • Macademias
  • Walnuts
  • Pecans
  • Pine nuts
  • Nut butter (not peanut)
  • Sesame seeds
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Hemp seeds
  • Chia seeds
  • Flaxseeds (or linseeds)

 Fruits

All fruits, including:

  • Avocado
  • Apples
  • Apricots
  • Bananas
  • Berries
  • Cherries
  • Citrus
  • Cranberries
  • Kiwi
  • Nectarine
  • Orange
  • Peach
  • Pears
  • Pomegranate

Avoid dried fruits, fruit juice and other fruit products. Look for sulphur free dried fruits.

Grains & Pulses

  • Amaranth
  • Buckwheat
  • Millet
  • Gluten free oats
  • Quinoa
  • Rice (brown or wild)
  • Chickpeas, beans, or lentils
  • Hummus or other bean dips
  • Gluten free pasta (brown rice, chickpea)
  • Gluten free noodles (rice, soba/buckwheat, zero noodles)

Flours:

  • Almond
  • Coconut
  • Rice
  • Tapioca
  • Buckwheat.

 

It is easy to get stuck in habits of buying the same food.

What can you try this week?

In the 8-week gut healing hormone balancing program we cover this and so much more.

If you are struggling with your symptoms and want to get to the root cause – book a call here

Love Trish

Don’t Eat And Drive: The Shocking Truth About Road-Based Snacking

All drivers understand the risks of drink driving, yet many of us wouldn’t think twice about snacking during even the shortest of trips. As a nutrition gut specialist helping busy women I recommend you think twice about eating while driving. Regardless of what you’re eating, evidence increasingly points to the fact that multitasking your meals while driving can significantly slow digestion, and even facilitate hormone imbalances as gut health goes speeding off in the other direction.

Here, we consider why digestion and on-road snacks are so opposed, and what exactly that means for gut health and digestion. 

Unfortunately, as well as posing the significant risk of blocking your view, creating a distraction, and causing you to take both hands off the wheel, in-car snacking is increasingly rearing its ugly head with regards to overall gut health, and we’re afraid to say that the findings so far aren’t great.

Sympathetic vs parasympathetic processes

In the most simple sense, driving and eating are such a bad pairing because they are diametrically sympathetic and parasympathetic processes. While browsing a Bentley dealership for your next vehicle can most certainly help you to relax and enjoy a few feel-good hormones, driving a high-end vehicle like this, especially, is a wholly sympathetic bodily process that triggers fight or flight responses to keep you aware, safe, and looking after your vehicle.

By comparison, digestion relies on parasympathetic processes that depend on rest, saving energy, and most certainly keeping your heart rate down. Eating while in a heightened sympathetic state (e.g. while driving) altogether prevents the digestion necessary for the proper absorption of nutrients, efficient fat stores, and the regulation of blood sugars among other things.

The fast nature of road-based food

As the above point proves, even healthy snacking while on the road isn’t great. To make matters worse, few of us think to pack a bag of nuts when we head out for a long drive. Instead, we either pick up the first thing we see on the shelf at the garage (often crisps or sweets) without stopping to read the food label, or we fall foul to the temptation of drive-through takeout that’s almost always dripping with unhealthy, saturated fats. Both toxic and inflammatory, these quick-fire snack options pose significant risks to healthy gut functioning, increasing levels of destructive gut bacteria and ultimately harming your gut microbiome. 

Missed mindfulness

When you’re eating while driving, it’s highly unlikely that you’re paying any real attention to what you’re ingesting, or even how full you feel. This is terrible news in light of links discovered between mindful eating and effective digestion. Worse, the distracted overeating inherent in snacking of this nature can see you overfilling on foods that, ideally, you shouldn’t be eating in the first place. 

Luckily, offsetting each of these risks is as easy as making an effort to eat an informed, relaxing meal at least an hour or so before you head off on a long or short road trip. That way, you give your digestion the best possible head start, as well as avoiding the risk of fast food stop-offs that can cause such catastrophic consequences for all-important gut health and your health goals.

If you would like to join the 8 week TOTAL BODY RESET CHALLENGE this month please get in touch.

Get a free APP, support, motivation and workouts to help you achieve your goals. Let me be your support person.

 

How To Choose The Right GP for Your Menopause Journey

Whatever the reason you find yourself looking for a new doctor you want to be sure you choose the right one. Choosing the right doctor for you and your menopause needs is important as very little outranks your health and wellbeing. What is more, you want to visit a GP that you can confide in and trust, one you have confidence in. Here are some considerations you can make when choosing your next GP. 

Location and facilities

The location of your doctor is essential, if you are opting for an NHS doctor then you will need to research the practices near you and ensure that you are eligible for the surgery location you have chosen. Proximity is of course important as you do not want to find yourself unable to get to the doctors now or in years to come because of the distance. Can you walk there? Do you need to? What about transport links? You could do a test run to find out how easy it is to get to the practice. 

Once you are there have a good look around and get a feel for it and the facilities available. Is it accessible? Does it look professional? Clean? Welcoming? Are the staff friendly? Do they offer treatment rooms? Minor surgeries? Are there any affiliated practices such as dental or pharmacies? If you are opting for private medical treatment do they offer high end consulting rooms? Do they have the facilities you need and expect? To give you an idea of what to expect from private consulting rooms and practitioners, Medifit Design and Construct showcase some of the latest and innovative medical providers and their treatment rooms. 

Gender and ease of booking

There are times when you might wish to see a doctor of a particular gender and you are completely within your rights to do so. It may therefore be prudent to select your doctor with their gender in mind and any particular ailments you may have. Alternatively, you may wish to select a practice that enables you to see a variety of doctors and offers you the option to request a doctor of a particular gender or skillset on the day you need to see them. 

Understanding Hormones and Women’s Health 

Many surgeries now have menopause specialists so ask your receptionist for a Doctor who understands the menopause journey. While a general practitioner is qualified to treat a wide variety of medical complaints some GP’s will take a special interest in certain medical areas. For example, it could be in women’s health, minor surgeries or weight management. Does your prospective practice have a specialty or potentially several? Do you need one? Research any particular fields of interest your GP practice may have or alternatively seek out those which would benefit you.

Private Testing

With long waiting lists you may wish to consider private testing. As a Nutrition Gut Specialist, I offer private comprehensive stool, hormone, thyroid and full blood panel tests. They can be ordered promptly. Tests are done in the privacy of your own home and results are delivered quickly via a secure client portal. I can work together with your GP to get you the support you need.

Opening hours and online services

What are the opening hours and do they suit you? Some general practitioners offer early morning or late evening appointments, is this something you need? What about the online options? Doctors surgeries are moving online more and more, giving patients more flexibility. Can you book appointments online? What about undergoing consultations online or renewing prescriptions? Do you want to and will this service make your life easier? 

Gut Health Retreat for Women aged 40+ with digestive issues

New 1 day retreat date announced.

WHEN: 11th September 2021 from 10am – 4pm

WHERE: Meadowside, Berkeley Heath, Berkeley, GL13 9EX

HOW MUCH: Total Cost all inclusive £69:00

HOW TO BOOK: Email me trish@trishtuckermay.com or PM me

Limited to 8 spaces and 4 have already been sold.

A day of nourishing organic food, healing juices,fermenting and
Profoundly practical self-care rituals.
· Are you struggling with SLEEP, STRESS. BRAIN FOG?
· Are you overwhelmed with ANXIETY?
· Have you become ACCIDENTALLY OVERWEIGHT?
· Are you TIRED OF BEING TIRED ALL THE TIME?
· Do you wish you had more energy and stamina to do the things you love?
· Does your body feel ALIEN to you?
It may be hormone imbalance, food sensitivity and digestive problems that are causing your symptoms.
The goal of this workshop is simple. To learn howto listen to your body and reclaim your energy. How would you like to wake up and approach each day with energy and maintain it throughout the day? Do you wish you knew what foods will give you more energy?
Are you ready to transform your health and vitality so you can do the things you love and enjoy? Be inspired and clear on how to make some lasting changes to your habits. Feel invigorated, nurtured and motivated.
Learn how your food and lifestyle choices affect your energy levels.
Take charge of your health. Learn how to replace your medicine cabinet with natural alternatives.
I often get asked ‘what is my secret to staying slim, looking well and having so much energy?’ It is not a secret – it is the little things that I do every day that make a big difference to my health.
No matter where you are on your health journey,this session will provide valuable insights and lessons.
Be inspired and motivated to action. Learn from a Nutrition Gut Specialist helping those with digestive and hormone imbalances.
Be inspired, boost energy and feel healthier.Join is for a day of nourishing organic food, healing juices, fermenting and profoundly practical self-care rituals.
Take charge of your health. Learn how to replace your medicine cabinet with natural alternatives.
About your host: Trish is passionate about using vibrant foods and natural remedies to nourish and heal from the inside out. Trish was awarded UK NUTRITIONIST OF THE YEAR in 2019 by the Total Wellness Club and the Gold Winner of Janey Loves Wellness Industry Awards 2020. Trish’s personal journey and experience of overcoming asthma and severe allergies caused by a parasite infection has helped her transform her own health and the health of many others.
£69.00 Spaces are very limited to book early.

Meals That Are Great For Your Gut Health

When trying to stay healthy and lean, it is important to think about the good gut food we put into our bodies. Intuitive and smart eating is an important part of our lives, and understanding the benefits of different foods can help us to make informed decisions about how to support our gut and hormones.

Whether you want to boost your metabolism, balance hormones, make your Dentist happier, or lose some weight before your holidays – eating the right foods is key. Today we are going to talk about some of the best recipes you can eat to supply your body with those essential nutrients you need for a healthy gut and happy hormones. 

Packed vegetable soup 

Vegetable soup is an easy meal idea to make and it is one that will fill your body up with vitamins and minerals to fuel your day the right way. This recipe has lots of veggies in it and it is ideal for a midweek meal with a bread roll to fuel you for work. 

Ingredients:

  • 400g chopped tomatoes 
  • 1 tbsp tomato puree 
  • 1 pack cherry tomatoes 
  • 2 bell peppers 
  • 1 large white onion
  • 2 cloves garlic 
  • 3 tbsp mixed herbs 
  • 1 spring onion 
  • 100g butternut squash 
  • 1 zucchini 
  • 1 sweet potato 
  • 1 eggplant 
  1. Chop up all of your vegetables into diced pieces, chopping the onion into a fine dice. Add to a large roasting dish and drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and your mixed herbs. 
  2. Roast for 45 minutes at 200C. 
  3. Take ⅔ of your vegetable mixture and blend, add to a pan with chopped tomatoes and tomato puree. Add the rest of your vegetables. 
  4. You can optionally add 1 tsp sugar here to offset the acid of the tomato. 
  5. Simmer for 10 minutes. 
  6. Serve. 

Slow cooked beef and veggies 

It is important for you to get lots of protein in your diet, as well as iron and zinc to build a healthy gut. This recipe brings these ingredients in a simple stew that is ideally served with spinach leaves and broccoli. 

Ingredients

  • 500g diced beef
  • 1 tbsp flour
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 tin chopped tomatoes 
  • 1 tsp worcester sauce 
  • 150ml red wine 
  • 1 beef stock cube 
  • 250ml water 
  • 200g chanteney carrots
  • 1 bell pepper
  1. Brown your beef in a pan with flour, salt and pepper. The flour will help to thicken the sauce later on during cooking as well as bring a lovely browned skin to the beef. 
  2. In a casserole dish or a slow cooker, add your beef, chopped tomatoes, worcester sauce, water, and stock cube. Mix together and add red wine. 
  3. Add chanteney carrots whole, as well as sliced peppers. 
  4. Cook for 4-6 hours in a slow cooker, or in the oven for 2 hours at 180C. 
  5. Serve with steamed broccoli and spinach. 

Spiced chicken and couscous 

This simple meal is quick, perfect for lunch, and will fill you up for the day. 

Ingredients:

  • 2 chicken breasts 
  • 1 tsp cumin 
  • ½ tsp chilli powder 
  • 1 tsp garlic powder 
  • 1 tsp mixed herbs 
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • 200g couscous 
  • 200ml boiling water 
  1. In a bowl, add your couscous, lemon juice, and water. Cover with cling film and leave for 10 minutes until the water is absorbed. 
  2. Season your chicken with spices and pan fry for 4-5 minutes to each side. Serve!

Do you wonder if you have hormone imbalances?

Do you wonder if you have hormone imbalances? As we reach perimenopause and menopause, the fluctuations in hormones can cause bloating, insomnia, fatigue, skin conditions, anxiety and irritability.

It is helpful to get to the root cause of the imbalances with the use of the Dutch hormone test. As a nutritionist supporting women with digestive issues, I rely on the Dutch test for my female clients with adrenal and sex hormone imbalances.

The results give me very specific information about how to handle problems such as bloating, sleep issues, weight gain, painful periods and chronic tiredness.

The Dutch test measures your hormone metabolites from dried urine samples. The hormones include:

  • Cortisol
  • Cortisone
  • Estradiol
  • Estrone
  • Estriol
  • Progesterone
  • Testosterone
  • DHEA and DHEA-S
  • Melatonin

This test also measures your cortisol and cortisone rhythms and levels, and your estrogen metabolism pathways. The test is also beneficial for women struggling with fibroids, PMS, irregular periods, painful periods, anxiety and moodiness, and endometriosis. This test also works well for monitoring hormone replacement therapy effectiveness. This test also shows how you metabolize estrogen through your liver. If you don’t metabolize estrogen well, your risks of estrogen-related cancers such as breast, cervical and uterine cancer can increase.

Doing the test is really easy and can be done in the comfort of your own home. The instruction instructions are clear  for both the collection of saliva and little strips that are dipped into your pee. You take four urine samples at four different times of the day, and they don’t have to be on the same day. You also take 5 saliva tests during the day. Then you simply fold up the dry test strips and mail them in the enclosed envelope.

If you want to shed light on your cortisol rhythms, metabolism, adrenal, cortisol, and sleep problems this test is THE most cutting edge, comprehensive, functional medicine hormone test.

Each test result is unique. Each treatment or solution is also unique. Wonder what your hormone picture is?

Your results will end the guesswork about whether or not the root cause of  your symptoms is due to hormones and adrenal fatigue.

If you are struggling with stress, trouble sleeping, waking up tired, energy slumps throughout the day or difficulty recovering from exercise.

If you need caffeine in the morning to wake up, or throughout the day to function, if you are bloated and have unexplained weight gain.

Even if you have injuries that are slow to heal, frequent colds or difficulty regulating blood sugar, Get in touch.

Here is a link to a video where you can see my breaking down my own DUTCH test results.

How to heal the gut.

If you are struggling with bloating, gas, IBS, constipation  please reach out.  I am a multiple award-winning, Gut Nutritionist in Gloucester, Stroud and Gloucestershire.

Start feeling your best today. Glow from the inside out.

I’ll teach you how to become a healthy person in a completely different way. These tools, tactics, and resources are designed to help you reduce stress, achieve your goals, live a healthier life, and learn how to balance everything that fills up your crazy schedule.

Don’t spend another ounce of energy thinking about when or what to eat.

This program guarantees results AND takes the headache out of “What should I eat today?”

It’s time to get your energy, your gut, your body, and your life back.

So take the first step. Book your first appointment with Trish Tucker May. As an award winning nutritionist in Gloucester, Stroud and the Cotswolds, you will be in safe hands.

Feel outstanding no matter how busy your life is, because you deserve to feel incredible with every breath.

I promise you this:

You will not starve. You will not be deprived. You will thrive.

No more diets. No more confusion. No more miracle cures.

No more wondering which foods are right for you. Lets do this together. Bespoke hormone and gut tests are now available with Gloucester based nutritionist.

Just a simple, 8-week program delivered straight to you.

Get in touch and book a call now using the link below:
https://p.bttr.to/2MZVUKN

Read 5 star reviews here.

I look forward to supporting you.

 

 

How to fight fat over forty?

Are you bothered by extra weight around the middle, poor sleep, bloating, irritability, overwhelm and stress? Get your free guide now and beat the bloat.

Ladies if you are over the age of 40 it may well be your hormones causing your digestive distress, bloating and weight gain.

As a Nutrition Gut Specialist based in Gloucester, Stroud and Gloucestershire I can help you get to the root cause of your symptoms.

Are you struggling with BLOATING, STRESS. BRAIN FOG?
• Are you overwhelmed because you are not sleeping well?
• Have you become ACCIDENTALLY OVERWEIGHT?
• Are you sick of BEING TIRED ALL THE TIME?
• Do you wish you had more energy and stamina to do the things you love?
• Does your body feel ALIEN to you?

To get started download the free eBook to beat the belly bloat and balance hormones. https://passion4juice.groovepages.com

All of these symptoms are your body’s way of telling you it’s time for a change.

So let’s do this. Together.

Here’s a peek at what’s inside my programs

Mouth-watering Recipe Guides packed with food and drink recipes to keep you nourished, satisfied and toxin-free! They are suitable for all the family too.

Weeks of suggested meal plans to make gut rebuilding easy as 1-2-3. for the entire 2-month period—yes, you heard that right—no need to plan for 8 weeks (go ahead and take a deep breath)! I made life easy for you.

Shopping lists to make your trips to the supermarket 110% hassle-free!

Weekly support from yours truly—I’m here to make sure you succeed!

 

Handouts with simple reminders for your gut health journey

 

A Food Diary and online app to easily track how your meals make you feel and unleash your maximum potential!

 

A juicing guide to get you started and juicing delicious recipes your whole family will love

 

I know you’re probably thinking:

There is no way that all of my symptoms can be chalked up to poor gut health…

Short answer: Maybe not.

Long answer: But it’s a really good start, especially when you consider these truths:

  • 70 million people suffer from digestive issues.
  • An estimated 15 million people in the UK and Australia have food allergies…whether they realize it or not (and most don’t).
  • Your gut health makes up 70% of your immune system; therefore, if your immune system is chronically compromised, it’s likely due to poor gut health.
  • You gut is referred to as your body’s second brain—if that’s not enough to convince you of its importance, I don’t know what is.
  • Poor gut health causes auto-immune diseases, hormonal imbalance, mental illness, diabetes, weight gain, skin issues and countless other problematic conditions.
  • Once you rebuild the health of your gut, you’ll look and feel like a brand new person.

 

That’s what makes this program so different.

 

This 8-week adventure teaches you how to eat foods that are healthy and delicious but that also SERVE your body… and you’ll never have to count a single calorie.

 

Instead, you’ll learn how to effortlessly meet your health goals over an 8-week period.

 

The outcome? A new, healthier, happier you. I am a nutritionist based in Gloucester and Stroud. Courses are online and face to face.

 

 

You’re about to embark on a life-changing experience, because you’re about to ditch the “miracle cure mentality” forever.

 

In 8 weeks, you’ll discover:

  • YOUR unique health blueprint
  • How to make delicious, family friendly meals for breakfast, lunches, dinners and snacks

 

The exact daily protocol you should be following so that you’ll recharge your cells and beautify your body.

 

Real life self-care strategies for putting yourself FIRST that will rid your body of toxins and nourish body, mind and soul.

 

Everything you ever wanted to know about bacteria, including how to fill your gut up with the good guys and stop the bad guys.

 

All about the elimination diet and how to uncover which food allergies are plaguing your body.

 

How to give your kitchen a necessary face lift so you’re not tempted to revert back to your old lifestyle and can stay on track towards your goals.

 

The exact steps, week by week, that will help you achieve long-lasting results

 

Tactics for crowding out the bad stuff, so you can bring in yummy foods to replace them – no deprivation here!

 

Easy ways to order healthy everywhere, including your favourite restaurant.

 

How to combine food groups for maximum nutrient assimilation and minimal digestive upset

And so much more.

 

I’ll teach you how to become a healthy person in a completely different way. These tools, tactics, and resources are designed to help you reduce stress, achieve your goals, live a healthier life, and learn how to balance everything that fills up your crazy schedule.

 

Don’t spend another ounce of energy thinking about when or what to eat.

 

This program guarantees results AND takes the headache out of “What should I eat today?”

It’s time to get your energy, your gut, your body, and your life back.

 

So take the first step. Book your first appointment with award winning nutritionist in Gloucester, Stroud and the Cotswolds.

 

Start feeling your best today. Glow from the inside out.

Feel outstanding no matter how busy your life is, because you deserve to feel incredible with every breath.

 

I promise you this:

You will not starve.

You will not be deprived.

You will thrive.

 

No more diets. No more confusion. No more miracle cures.

 

No more wondering which foods are right for you. Lets do this together. Bespoke hormone and gut tests are now available with Gloucester based nutritionist.

 

Just a simple, 8-week program delivered straight to you. Get in touch and book a call now.https://p.bttr.to/2MZVUKN

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