Emma Belton Nutrition

Take back control of your health

Get your hormones back in balance, improve your energy and reduce pain and bloating

Get in touch to find out how I can help you take back control of your health

Want to feel well again?

Are you feeling like your hormones are raging out of control? Maybe you are fed up of feeling tired all the time and not being able to do the things you used to? Or perhaps you are looking for a way of reducing the pain and bloating you are experiencing?

These symptoms can have a massive impact on your day to day life and make you feel miserable. I know how hard it is to live with them, because I had all of them too when my endometriosis was at it's worse. But it doesn't have to be this way. Nutrition made a big difference to my symptoms and I can help you get your health back on track too.

I re-trained as a nutritional therapist specialising in women's health and hormone imbalances. I now help other women to get their health back on track so they can live life to the full again.

You may be feeling like making changes to your diet feels too overwhelming or that you don't have the time or energy to cook foods from scratch. I will work with you to make gradual changes at a pace that suits you. We will tailor things to your lifestyle and you will get plenty support along the way.

Book a free hormone health review to find out how nutritional therapy could help you.

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Download my free-ebook on reducing your endometriosis pain

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Desperate to get some relief from your endometriosis pain? Want to try a more natural way to manage your symptoms? Heard about using diet to reduce endometriosis symptoms but don't know where to start?

If yes, my free e-book is for you. I outline my five point plan for tackling endometriosis symptoms and explain the foods that can reduce inflammation in the body and those that increase it. The accompanying recipes are designed to help you put it all into practice.

What is nutritional therapy?

What I love about nutritional therapy, is that it treats you as an individual and recognises that one approach does not fit every person or every health condition. We are all different – genetically, in our body’s biochemistry, in what we eat, our previous experiences and our lifestyles. And so, it makes sense that any approach to changing your health needs to take account of all these factors and be tailored to you as a unique individual.

Nutritional therapy is about understanding in detail you as an individual and what is happening in your body. We look at what might be causing any imbalance in your body and then address this with the use of nutrients in food, supplements as well as through lifestyle changes such as sleep, exercise and relaxation.

There is such a minefield of information around about diet, supplements and how to improve certain health conditions, that sometimes it can be difficult and confusing to know where to start. I can help you make sense of it all and come up with a plan that works for you.

Nutritional therapy can help with:

Pre-menstrual syndrome

Painful periods

Endometriosis

Fibroids

Migraine and headaches

Low energy levels

Bloating

Menopausal symptoms

Inflammatory health conditions

Poly cystic ovarian syndrome

Cystitis

Irritable bowel syndrome

Immune system support

And much more...

“I feel much healthier, my Endo pain eased and I even lost some weight. Emma was fantastic and any changes made were gradual, Emma was also very flexible with my package and allowed these to be spread out so we could plan around pre and post surgery.”

– Teresa –

The lactose intolerance diagnosis has been life changing. It has been marvellous to have Emma’s kindly, supportive guidance in determining long term digestive issues.

Jo

Book a free 30 minute hormone health review.

Want to get some ideas on how to manage your hormonal problems?

Not sure about nutritional therapy and just want to chat things through, no problem.

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How I work

I know all too well how difficult it can be to make changes to your diet and lifestyle when you feel tired and unwell and life is busy. That's why I work with you to make gradual changes at a pace that works for you. My recommendations are tailored to your food likes and dislikes, lifestyle and health condition. You will get plenty of support as well as practical advice on how to make changes to your diet and lifestyle with recipes and menu plans.

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Health MOT

This is a one-off appointment designed to review your diet and supplements in light of any health issues you may be experiencing. It is great for anyone who has seen a nutritional therapist in the past or made dietary changes themselves but would like some further advice or a review.  You will leave with a personalised nutrition and supplement plan.

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Programmes of support

Programmes of  support are great for anyone with chronic health condition such as endometriosis, PCOS or IBS where more intensive support is needed to achieve your health goals. My 6 or 12 session programmes give you regular support, motivation and practical guidance to help make gradual changes to your diet and lifestyle. After an initial consultation, you choose whether to start off with weekly or fortnightly support.

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Free e-books

Download one of my free e-books to help you get your health back on track, There are e-books to help you manage the transition to menopause, support your immune health and reduce your endometriosis pain. Each e-book outlines foods that will help manage your symptoms along with foods that may make it worse. There are also recipes that help you put it all into practice.

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