YORK HOUSE

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Somerset Nutrition

Jane Foxon - Nutritional TherapistLouise Biccard nurtitional therapistShelley Wilkes. Nutritional therapistNTC logo

Shelley Wilkes DipCNM, MBANT, NTCC, CNHC

 

Shelley is a nutritional therapist who works with individuals to adapt their diet and lifestyle in order to address specific health concerns and medical conditions.  She has a particular interest and experience in working with patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS); Healthy Eating for Children and Families, and stress related ailments and disorders such as anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, immune system breakdown and digestive complaints.

 

Her nutritional programs focus on identifying specific nutrients which may be deficient and addressing this in order to bring about healing within the individual.  Full support is given to encourage the patient to incorporate the necessary dietary changes into their lifestyle, including important guidance on food combining.

Nutritional therapy is not only beneficial in weight management and the full range of digestive disorders, it can help in every aspect of health including:

 

· raising energy levels

· balancing hormones naturally and improving fertility

· managing stress more effectively and improving sleep patterns

· improving skin conditions

· delaying the progress of degenerative diseases such as arthritis or multiple sclerosis

· identifying food allergies and intolerances

· reducing the risk of developing diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and Alzheimer’s

 

Nutritional therapy not only works well on its own, but also in conjunction with orthodox medicine and other complementary therapies (such as those offered at York House) depending on what conditions a patient may be suffering from.

Shelley Wilkes

Jane Foxon

Louise Biccard

Jane Foxon

 

Jane gave up a career in marketing to train as a nutritional therapist having greatly benefited from following such advice herself.  She graduated in nutritional therapy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2008. 

 

Whilst thoroughly enjoying the wonderful tastes, colours, smells and textures of food, Jane never ceases to be amazed by the effects (both beneficial and detrimental) that certain foods can exert on different people.  By including or omitting these foods from our diet, identifying nutrient deficiencies, ensuring we get enough sleep and appropriate exercise and reducing our levels of stress and exposure to environmental toxins, we are doing all we can to attain optimal health.

Louise Biccard

 

Louise Biccard is a nutritional therapist with a passion for good food and the enormous benefits that it can make to improve health. Nutritional therapy combines nutrition and biochemistry with naturopathy and is a potent method in returning a patient to a state of good health.

Louise has a particular interest in supporting the health of elderly people, which has a tendency to sometimes be overlooked or neglected. Since the birth of her little boy, she had developed a particular interest and experience in all aspects of pre- and post- natal health, including fertility enhancement, weaning and infant nutrition. Louise also specialises in stress-related illnesses, allergies and intolerances, eczema, asthma and hay fever.

 

Louise lives in central Taunton with her husband and young son.