Looking for a London nutritionist?
At Key Nutrition, our team of Nutritional Therapists work from multiple clinic locations around London.
Nutrition is such an influential factor when it comes to health. Your nutritional therapist will work with you as an indiividual, taking time to understand the various factors contributing to your health concerns. They may recommend clinical tests to check nutritional and biochemical status. With this information, they will put together a realistic and practical nutrition programme and provide the motivation to help you achieve your goals.
Key Nutrition offers you:
- A team of friendly, experienced and dedicated nutritional therapists
- BSc Degree qualified, insured, CNHC & BANT registered
- In house and laboratory testing
- Access to high quality nutritional supplements not sold on the high street
- Nutrition and life coaching
- Weekend and evening appointments upon request
- Services for corporate and public enterprises
Our recent articles:
...but isn't a vegetarian diet always healthy?
My latest article published in the December/January edition of FitPro magazine - the magazine for fitness professionals.
How to enjoy Christmas and keep your waistline and liver happy!
It can be a challenging to maintain a healthy diet over the silly season. Christmas is a time for catching up with friends and family – we should all enjoy some treats, have a drink and savour the good times BUT December should not be seen as an excuse to completely shelve healthy habits. By making healthy food choices most of the time, a few naughty indiscretions will have little impact on your health (and waistline). Some people may be able to abstain from the party but for the rest of us, following these 4 simple tips, will help us to enjoy ourselves and start January without guilt - our new years resolutions can also centre around something more meaningful than ‘lose 10lbs’.
When is iron bad for you?
When people talk about low energy and fatigue, one of the first things that often comes to mind is anaemia and possibly being low in iron. We learn at an early age that we need iron to make haemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen around our blood stream and that fatigue can be a sign of anaemia or low red blood cell count.
However, in the past 24 hours I’ve had two encounters with clients that lead me to write this article regarding iron supplementation. As many people choose to self-supplement, it is important to be aware that some supplements can be harmful if taken unnecessarily, at the incorrect dose or in conjunction with certain medications. Even the wrong multivitamin may be harmful if inappropriate, as outlined below.
Increase your happiness today
Happiness! Is it over there?
For many of us the notion of happiness is tied to success. If I work harder, I’ll be more successful and once I am successful, I will be happy. That is of course, once we’ve finished our degree, got that job, that promotion, have the dream house, find the partner… With this way of thinking, we never get there – once a goal is reached, the goal posts are moved and happiness is still over there, in the future somewhere. But it doesn't have to be that way...
Recipe for Brussels sprouts and tofu stir-fry
Brussels sprouts and tofu stir-fry
This is a delicious, vegetarian meal, not difficult to make. Read the recipe through to the end before you begin. Anyone who says they don't like Brussel sprouts or tofu will most probably change their mind after trying this.