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I was impressed by your service, and will certainly recommend you to any of my friends requiring a nutritionist. Many thanks.
I thought I ate healthily, but my visits to May really opened my eyes a bit further, and some of the things that you think are healthy are not so! May really encouraged me to add variety and to change some of my habits. It surprising how the body can adapt to new things and get hooked on really healthy foods! Thank you May
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May’s knowledge and passion for nutrition sets her apart from any other nutritionist I have worked with. During the initial interview, she listens attentively to her clients unique health history and artfully contours a nutrition plan that is not only healthy but delicious and easy to fit into any busy lifestyle.
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This vegan cauliflower and chickpea curry recipe is simple to make and a great one for the whole family. It’s hearty, warming and comforting but also perfectly balanced nutritionally; providing good plantbased protein and great fibre; all in a delicious flavoursome Indian spiced sauce. If you prefer to serve without tofu, the good news is that it’s still a nutritious and balanced meal.Read More ›
Packed with omega 3s found in oily fish like salmon, this meal also provides the coriander that acts as a chelator to help the body to remove heavy metal build-up in large fish such as salmon/tuna. The fresh ingredients all combine to provide a powerful anti-viral, anti-inflammatory meal that is high in fibre and low GI, keeping you fuller for longer.
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