An edible rainbow of fresh vegetables to boost your immunity. Justine Evans

Nutritional therapy for hormone health

My  nutritional therapy has a naturopathic approach.  I  consider  both seasonal  and environmental health  (calendar  season plus your personal season (puberty, motherhood, menopause, retirement)  plus where you live and your life as a whole.  I discuss your   past and current symptoms,  your present diet and lifestyle including your nutritional intake and absorption before  building a  practical dietary and lifestyle programme recommending positive change to enable hormonal and endocrine balance. My  friendly down to earth nutritional therapy approach combines  the option of  nutrigenomics  & functional laboratory tests (additional charge),   in-house health screening  and naturopathic reasoning. 

"My “Hormone MOT”  fees vary depending on whether you are looking for an on-line consultation or in person.  Whether on line or in person my initial consultation includes

a 12 week dietary and lifestyle programme

Asyra health screening for food sensitivities, nutrient deficiencies and much more. 

I include assessment for additional functional medicine testing or considerations of any testing you may have already received. 

I include my supplement recommendations plus a follow-up appointment 4-6 weeks after our initial consultation to progress your programme.

Research shows that nutritional therapy may help alleviate many hormone and endocrine symptoms including:

  • Puberty, pre-menstrual symptoms, endometriosis/fibroids/polyps, menstruation irregularities, peri and post menopause hormonal balance and much more
  • Fertility –preparing for pregnancy, unexplained infertility, conceptual health, recurrent miscarriage, pregnancy and post natal health in addition to assisted conception including ICSI, IVF, IUI, GIFT and throughout pregnancy and motherhood. I am founder of Creation Fertility

  • Immunity and auto-immune related health issues including hypo and hyper thyroidism, anaemia and other immune related illnesses
  • Nervous system – adrenal exhaustion, fatigue, burn-out, depression, stress, anxiety, panic attacks and insomnia
  • Ageing and skin health
  • Concentration and memory
  • Cardiovascular health including cholesterol and blood pressure
  • Digestive disturbances which impacts on hormonal health
  • Consultations: Always necessary to understand the underlying cause, together with understanding your goals and aspirations. My objective is to provide a unique and achievable nutritional therapy programme to restore hormone balance.
  • Prior to our meeting or zoom consultation you will be asked to complete a lengthy questionnaire. Please email this back to me prior to our meeting or bring a printed copy with you to the consultation together with copies of any medical or nutritional evaluation tests you may have already had and any supplements or medication you may be taking
  • I consider the use of complementary therapies including womb massage yoga, womb healing, reflexology, intuitive healing, exercise, Spagyric energy remedies and meditation. I refer to other mind/body therapies or for further functional orthodox testing when necessary. For instance this could be to a GP or consultant, counsellor or psychologist or organising private laboratory tests such as a Lifecode GX nutrigenomics profile, hormonal or stool analysis, liver/methylation function or tests for parasites/bacteria etc. My approach usually includes seasonal recipes to help you restore and maintain your well-being.Please note: The initial consultation fee includes the first “follow on” consultation. All children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Call me, Justine Evans ND, B.Sc Nut.Med hormone alchemist, seasonal wellbeing expert

07747 133170 to arrange a consultation!


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