Registered Nutritionist Scotland

A motivational approach to support your gut health and nutrition goals….

Personalised Nutrition Advice – Recipe Development – Nutrition Analysis – Nutrition Communications

How do you know if you have 'good' gut health?

Registered Nutritionist Scotland – Being able to eat food without any digestive discomfort is often a sign that your gut is functioning well. Experiencing symptoms of discomfort such as excess gas, bloating, abdominal pain, heartburn, diarrhoea or constipation can be signs that your gut is not functioning as well as it could be.  The digestive system includes our eco-system of micro-organisms which live inside our gut, the health of which can also have an impact on our overall health and wellbeing. This and our ability to absorb nutrients from our food can have wide reaching consequences to other aspects of our health, which may not be as obviously related to our gut health.

If you are experiencing any of the issues below, then we can work with you to develop a personalised nutrition plan to improve your overall gut health.  

Anxiety / Depression

Low Energy / Fatigue

Intolerance/Digestive Discomfort

Inflammation/Immune System

Weight Gain

Infertility

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Recipe Development

Gut Health Recipes, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Paleo, Keto, Vegetarian

Technical Product Development Support

Develop of healthy snacks, cereal and cereal bar formulation ready for scale up into the factory.

 

Nutritional Recipe Analysis

Full nutrition breakdown, ingredient lists and regulatory support on health and nutrition claims. 

Nutrition Communications

Do you require a qualified nutrition professional to support your business?

We offer a number of different services:- 

                                  

 

 

 

Articles/Factsheets

Training Programmes

Corporate Wellness Packages

Gut Health Recipes

How to Eat  More Fibre!

One of the most beneficial ways you can support your nutrition and gut health is to eat more fibre, BUT this doesn’t mean you need to reach for the brown stuff and compromise on taste. Have a go at making these high fibre and totally delicious recipes!

High Fibre Vegetarian Meal Ideas

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High Fibre Breakfast Ideas

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Easy Ways to Make Veg Taste Great

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