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Weight Loss, IBS, Diabetes, Infertility, Heart Issues, Cancer, Low Energy Levels, Digestive Problems, Women’s Nutrition, Sports Performance, etc?
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The major causes of death, illness and disability in which diet and nutrition play an important role include: coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, IBS, inflammatory conditions, obesity, some forms of cancer, Type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, gall bladder disease, dementia and nutritional anaemias.
Food intolerances vary in severity affecting digestion, skin, joints, energy levels, respiration and even psychological health. The symptoms can happen in a delayed fashion affecting the person from 2 hours to 3 days after consuming the trigger food.
Food intolerances can happen when the body incorrectly identifies the protein in food as foreign and potentially harmful. This happens when small particles of food pass through the the gut wall into the bloodstream where they do not belong. The body sees these particles as a potential threat and sends out antibodies to fight them. These antibodies can trigger an immune response which causes an inflammation across a variety of areas including the skin and the digestive system.
Diana understands food intolerances and provides professional nutritional advice and a dietary plan to manage your food intolerances. This coupled with gut functional and food intolerance tests will help manage your symptoms and improve your overall health and wellbeing.
Diana qualified with a BSc degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Robert Gordon’s University in Aberdeen, before moving to London to work in the area of clinical nutrition for over 20 years.She is now based primarily in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, running her clinic in Millburn Complementary Therapy Centre, as well as directly with corporate clients as a consultant Nutritionist - and now at The Gatelodge also. For more information, visit Diana's website, and contact her on: