Nutritional Therapy in Sawston, South Cambridge. Registered Nutritional Therapist, Clare Grundel
Nutritional Therapy based in Sawston, serving Cambridge, Trumpington, Great Shelford, Whittlesford, Duxford, Linton and surrounding villages to Saffron Walden.
Clare offers one-to-one Nutritional Therapy consultations personalised for your health and wellbeing. Specialising in nutritional programmes for chronic pain and inflammation, Clare uses the latest in nutrition science and works alongside other healthcare professionals, to maximise the chances of a successful outcome for you.
Nutritional Therapy consultations now available at betterNOW! Healthcare, Cambridge. Contact the clinic on 01223 832808 to arrange a free 15 minute session with Clare, available at the clinic on Mondays or by phone at your convenience. Take the opportunity to discuss your situation and see how a Nutritional Therapy consultation in Sawston, Cambridge might help you.
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Nutritional Therapy can help you with
To find out more about what a BANT Registered Nutritional Therapist can do to support your health, watch this video:
In the Research Headlines
You can read the full study on BANT's Nutrition Evidence database by clicking here. It is open access and free.
If you are interested in finding out what counts as 'ultra-processed food' and what it can be replaced with, then contact Clare to arrange a consultation.
Your Story is Key
Your Story is placed at the centre of every consultation at Integral Nutrition, Cambridge. You will be given the opportunity to tell your story and we will use this to build your own unique health picture. This provides the clues and makes the connections between the events in your life, the choices you are making, and how you are feeling. We will take your story and work together to identify where your nutritional elements may be out of balance. We will then be able to apply the best of nutrition science to promote your heath, vitality and performance.
Nutritional therapy recognises you as a unique individual, with your own genetic make-up and your own life history. Call now to discuss how a nutritional therapy consultation in Sawston, Cambridge could help you.
The Food you eat Matters
It matters to your mood, your concentration, your skin and hair, your digestive function, your immunity, how quickly you show signs of aging, how well you cope with stress, how well you sleep, your hormone balance, your levels of inflammation, your weight management. It is how your body grows, repairs and functions and is key to health and vitality.
Nutrition Advice from Cambridge to Saffron Walden. Clare Grundel, Nutritionist mBANT
If you would like to hear more about aspects of nutrition in relation to specific health situations, Integral Nutrition can tailor presentations and workshops to your needs. Whether you run a local group and want nutrition advice in Cambridge through a fun and lively presentation on food for healthy ageing or weight management strategies for example, or would like to increase the health and happiness of your employees (and therefore their productivity and attendance) through tailored nutrition workshops, Clare Grundel, Nutritionist mBANT from Saffron Walden to Cambridge is happy to discuss your requirements.
Nutrition is Integral to your Health
Making nutrition an integral part of your healthcare strategy will lay strong foundations for your present and future health and wellbeing. Nutritional Therapy works in a complementary way with both conventional medicine and other alternative medical systems. It does not replace the other members on your healthcare team; it is integral to it.
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Clare has recently started working part time for her professional membership body BANT, as the Centre of Excellence Manager. In this role, Clare keeps up-to-date with the latest scientific developments in nutrition and lifestyle and ensures that BANT members and the general public gain access to relevant research.
As new studies are released, topics of interest will be posted in the Nutrition Information section of this website.