Emma Vanlint


Profile Summary


Qualifications

DipION Nutritional Therapy , Institute for Optimum Nutrition


Special Interests

Weight Management, Fertility, IBS, Female Hormone regulation including PCOS, PMS/PMT, Menopause, Hypothyroidism.


Further Information

Emma has a passion for good food and believes strongly that you shouldn’t have to compromise on taste in order to eat a healthy nutritious diet. However, it is her own personal experiences that drove her to take up a career as a nutritionist. For Emma, discovering the benefits of nutritional therapy was a bit like an awakening. It was this experience that has made her so passionate about nutrition and it’s this passion that she wants to share with all the clients that come to the Nutritional Therapy Clinic. She says “it’s not until you feel well and your quality of life improves, that you realise how bad things were before”! As a consequence of following optimum nutrition Emma no longer suffers with IBS, migraines, headaches or frequent colds and infections and also improved her fertility, which was an issue, she now has a beautiful little girl. Emma’s specialist areas are weight loss and weight maintenance with the help of the metabolic balance diet, digestive problems such as IBS, and food allergies and intolerances such as coeliac disease, fertility issues, including IVF support and fertility nutrition, female hormone health including polycystic ovarian syndrome, hypothyroidism (under-active thyroid) and menopause also mental health problems including depression and anxiety and chronic fatigue syndrome. Emma trained at the renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION), founded by nutritionist and health expert Patrick Holford. The institute is widely considered to be the UK’s leading centre for nutritional studies. She has helped hundreds of clients to lose weight, maintain their weight and improve their health and well being. Prior to becoming a nutritionist, Emma spent 20 years working in the City, so she is well aware of the difficulties involved in juggling a demanding job and trying to eat a healthy diet. She is committed to increasing her knowledge of nutrition and keeping up to date with new developments in diet and health and regularly attends lectures and workshops in her capacity as a nutritionist.

Practice: The Nutritional Therapy Clinic


The Nutritional Therapy Clinic

Tinton House
Long Road West
Colchester
CO7 6ES

CNHC

Practice: The Nutritional Therapy Clinic


The Nutritional Therapy Clinic

CNHC