Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional therapy is a very valuable tool in cancer prevention and support during and post cancer treatment. Whilst there are never any promises when it comes to cancer, improving your overall health is your best strategy.

There is so much conflicting information – what to eat, what not to eat and it can be very confusing to make sense of it all. My aim is to help you navigate through this information and help you eat better, feel better and manage the side effects of cancer treatment. I will give you practical advice from stocking up your kitchen and freezer to stress reduction tips, giving you confidence to take back control.

Discovery session (initial consultation) – up to 90min


90 minutes (includes research and a detailed plan)

  • Thorough evaluation of presenting symptoms, medical history
  • Evaluation of recent blood test and other test results
  • Analysis of current diet, lifestyle, medications and/or supplements; assessment of any contraindications
  • Recommendations of any appropriated testing
  • Goal setting and preliminary dietary advice
  • Research and preparation
  • Personalised nutritional plan including supplements (as and when needed), lifestyle advice and any referrals as appropriate
  • Recipes, meal suggestions, resources and handouts to support your journey.
  • Discount code for suggested supplements.

Follow ups – 45 minutes


45min (includes research and a detailed plan)

  • Review of progress and assessment of any new presenting symptoms.
  • Review of supplements.
  • Analysis and explanation of any laboratory test results
  • Goal setting
  • Research and preparation
  • Follow up personalised nutritional plan including lifestyle and supplement recommendations.

Follow up bundles

3x 45 minutes follow us £210


Package 1:


1x Initial consultation 90min

20min – email or phone call support between sessions

1 x  45min follow up consultation (4-6 weeks after the initial ) 


Concessions are available on request.

People tend to think of breakthroughs in medicine as a new drug, a laser, or a high-tech surgical procedure. They often have a hard time believing that the simple choices that we make in our lifestyle. What we eat, how we respond to stress, whether or not we smoke cigarettes, how much exercise we get, and the quality of our relationships and support can be as powerful as drugs and surgery. And they often are.
Dr Dean Ornish

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