Nutrition Hampshire, Surrey, London

Come to appetite for health for nutritionist and nutritional health advice, for sports and general health. Nutritional advice will be individually tailored to support diagnosed conditions and/or health concerns identified and agreed between both parties. Whilst every effort is made to devise a nutritional strategy that helps to resolve health issues, no guarantee can be made that health will be improved. Advice given in a nutritional consultation is not intended as a substitute for medical advice, and you should always consult your General Practitioner or primary healthcare provider if you require medical attention or have symptoms which are causing concern.

Information about clients is strictly confidential and will not be released to anyone including your General Practitioner, unless specific permission has been given. You are encouraged to discuss your nutritional programme with your General Practitioner. Nutritional therapy is a branch of complementary medicine which uses nutrition and health science to promote optimal health and peak performance as well as disease prevention and control. Nutritional advice will be individually tailored to support diagnosed conditions and/or health concerns identified and agreed between both parties. Practically everyone can benefit in some way from a consultation with a nutritional therapist to improve their diet and lifestyle, even if there are no specific health problems that need addressing. Some health conditions may benefit from nutritional therapy: Digestive problems may benefit from nutritional therapy e.g: constipation, bloating, IBS Overweight or underweight; difficulty losing weight, Headaches may benefit from nutritional therapy and migraines Persistent tiredness and lack of energy Joint aches may benefit from nutritional therapy and arthritis Cardiovascular illness e.g. high blood pressure may benefit from nutritional therapy Mood swings may benefit from nutritional therapy, depression may benefit from nutritional therapy and lack of motivation Frequent colds might benefit from nutritional therapy and infections Skin problems e.g. acne, eczema, dry flaky skin, Thrush and candidiasis Asthma Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) Infertility Food intolerances and allergies Other areas of support are: Comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle check-up Healthy conception and pregnancy Baby and child nutrition, including weaning onto solids Feeding teenagers Sports nutrition Managing menopause Healthy ageing, including memory retention and mental agility Optimisation of energy levels

Nutritionist Hampshire Surrey

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Michelle Robinson is a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT). Visit their website here.

Michelle Robinson is a member of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION). Visit their website here.

Terms of Engagement

Michelle Robinson M.A. (Cantab), Dip. ION, mBANT, NTC and CNHC registered


  • Nutritional advice will be individually tailored to support diagnosed conditions and/or health concerns identified and agreed between both parties.

  • Whilst every effort is made to devise a nutritional strategy that helps to resolve health issues, no guarantee can be made that health will be improved.

  • Advice given in a nutritional consultation is not intended as a substitute for medical advice, and you should always consult your General Practitioner or primary healthcare provider if you require medical attention or have symptoms which are causing concern.

  • Information about clients is strictly confidential and will not be released to anyone including your General Practitioner, unless specific permission has been given. You are encouraged to discuss your nutritional programme with your General Practitioner.

  • It is important that you disclose any medical diagnosis, medication, herbal or other medicine, or food supplements that you are taking, to avoid potential adverse reactions

  • Payment should be made by cash or cheque at the time of the appointment. Cheques should be made payable to ‘Appetite for Health Ltd’.

  • Any further questions, please use our online forms to contact Appetite for Health and we will reply to you as soon as possible. contact appetite for health for nutrition advice and a nutritional therapy assessment