Nutritional Therapist
Martina Phillips

I am a fully insured and registered practitioner with the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT), Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). I regularly attend conferences, workshops and seminars and subscribe to medical journals to keep up-to-date with the very latest in nutritional research.

Functional testing is a proven way to optimise your health

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Consultations
How it is structured

Working together for a set time period is the best formula for success as a 'one-off' appointment is unlikely to help you make effective changes. I am 100% committed to helping you achieve your best possible results and in return, I ask for COMMITMENT

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My Approach
The Proven Way

I use testing to assess the GIT tract therefore each client can see for themselves what’s happening on the inside of their body and what may be the connection with presenting symptoms, so we can get to the root problem.

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"Unless the doctors of today become the nutritionists of tomorrow, the nutritionists of today will become the doctors of tomorrow."

Alexis Carrel

FAQs

Where are you located?

I am based in North Staffordshire. Consultations are conducted either by phone or video conference (via WhatsApp) or in person.

Can I have sessions with a nutritionist online or by phone?

Yes, Lots of nutrition professionals offer dietary support and advice online and over the phone, and this can be beneficial for clients who cannot attend face-to-face sessions

What can you expect from a nutritional therapist?

A nutritional therapist assesses a person’s nutritional needs to achieve optimal physiological function. This means the maintenance of homeostasis, a position of wellbeing we all seek, but many fail to achieve. Nutritional therapy is not a one pill wonder: it is a change in lifestyle to bring your body back to optimum health. Although you may see some immediate improvements it can take the body time to come back into balance.

Is nutritional therapy a substitution for seeking medical advice?

It’s important to remember that nutritional therapy is not intended as a substitute for medical advice and if a practitioner identifies any 'red flag' symptoms indicative of a serious health issue, they will refer clients on to an appropriate medical professional.

What takes place at the Initial consultation?

During your initial consultation we focus on:

MYMOP FORM – Measure Yourself Medical Outcome Profile, where we assess your main symptoms

We look at – Previous medical history, Prescription medications – past and present, Herbal and natural supplement, Family history. We dig deeper into our body systems – such as gastrointestinal tract, nervous system, endocrine function, reproductive systems, allergies and immunity, respiratory tract, urinary tract, cardiovascular system, musculo-skeletal system, skin. We discuss food intake.

What happens at the Follow-up consultation?

We discuss compliance with the initial plan and achievements, successes, challenges and how we can move forward.

How much does it cost?

The initial consultation is £70. Follow up consultations are £40. Or there is an option of buying a package for £120 (this includes 1 x initial consultation and 2 x follow ups) The package option is the most popular and is also the most successful in helping clients attain their desirable results. The package can be spread over 6 months which helps motivate clients to become committed to new lifestyle changes and achieving long term results.

Alternatively, I am available for one off, 30 minute consultations (cost £30) Please follow the link on the homepage for the 'free consultation'



How many consultations will I need?

There is no specific quantity or rule on how many consultations you will need. This will depend very much on your personal circumstances and what your health objectives are. Clients ask for advice at different stages of their life for different problems.

Do I have to have any functional testing done?

It is advisable to have specific test done because this will help us to dig deeper into your health concern and eliminates any guess work in our nutritional protocol. Testing show us what’s going on internally, and we can target specific areas. These functional tests are comprehensive and provide great overview how our body works. Certain, more simple tests can be done through you GP such as assessment of vitamin D status, Ferritin levels etc.

How do I contact you?

Please contact me via the contact button at the top of this page.

What My Clients Are Saying About Me

David

"Thank you for your time, care and attention throughout the year. My GP was most unhelpful and put me on prescription drugs which did not help at all. You asked constructive questions and devised diagnostic tests to get to the root cause of the problem and then set about solving it. Thank you so much, I would be happy to recommend your services to anyone. Best wishes, David in Kent."

David
Sandra

"I went to see Martina to help with dry skin and low back pain following menopause. Martina is very thorough during consultations to ensure she provides the most appropriate advice for you. We are all different so this initial consultation is very important. Martina is friendly, reassuring and knowledgeable and I have no hesitation is recommending her to anyone wishing to address physical discomfort using natural/nutritional means."

Sandra

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