Sarahjane Nutrition Nutritional Therapy Topsham, Devon

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Nutritionist in Exeter and Topsham, Devon

How nutritional therapy can help you.

Good nutrition can help with :
  • Strengthening your immunity
  • Weight management
  • Stress and fatigue
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Insomnia or sleep problems
  • Pain and inflammation
  • Poor digestion
  • Detoxification
  • Women and men's' health
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Diabetes and blood sugar control

    The practice is based in Topsham which is easily accessible from the M5 junction 30 coming from the north and from the south to Topsham via the A38 and junction 31 of the M5.
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    Reiki appointments are available online or by phone and of course distance Reiki can be sent anywhere. So we are not limited to Devon, Sidmouth or Exeter!

    Face to face appointments are now available (with social distancing) I still offer initial appointments as well as follow up consultations by Zoom, or Skype and follow ups by phone if needed. More information on how to prepare and boost your immune system? Check out Immune Health-what you can do right now


  • Immune Health-what you can do right now

  • It may sound obvious but fresh vegetables and fruit are going to provide important vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin C, A, B, zinc and selenium. Apart from increasing your antioxidant levels from berries and dark green leafy veg , other foods include cacao, citrus fruits and also dried fruits such as prunes, and apricots. The easiest thing to remember is to 'eat a rainbow' and add as many colours as you can to up your daily intake.
  • Look after the health of your gut. Prebiotic fibre foods such as onions, garlic, leeks and artichokes can help to feed probiotics in our gut. We can up our probiotic intake from eating bacteria rich foods such as kefir and sauerkraut or take a good quality probiotic. Supporting sufficient numbers of probiotics is vital for optimum immune responses.
  • Stay hydrated. Again seemingly simple but many of us forget to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. At this time though, warm water has been recommended as if we do contract the virus, flushing it out from our throat can render the virus inactive as it's destroyed by the acid in the stomach. Also we can supplement water with herbal teas and there are so many to choose from. Using up our spices is a good idea. Tumeric and ginger not only have anti-inflammatory properties but immune enhancing compounds too.
  • Get out in the sun. Being outside can help to improve our vitamin D levels. Adequate levels of vitamin D are very important for optimum immunity.
  • Reduce stress and anxiety. There are lots of ways like exercising, keeping in contact with others (by phone, Zoom, Skype), meditating and doing things you enjoy. Take time out for yourself whatever your circumstances. Even 5 minutes will help and the more regular the better! Getting enough sleep is paramount as lack of sleep has been shown to negatively affect the immune system.

    Make an appointment with Exeter's nutritionist to find out more about how you can take control of your own health.
    Reiki, in Sidmouth, Exeter or Topsham is also a lovely way to forget your worries and really tune in to what your body needs. Reiki is a beautifully non invasive and pampering therapy which leaves you feeling peaceful, relaxed and nurtured.

    Nutritional Therapy is the application of nutrition science for the promotion of health, peak performance and individual care. Registered Nutritional Therapists use a wide range of tools to assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances and help us to understand how these may contribute to an individual’s symptoms and health issues.

    A nutritionist can give you tools to help you help yourself.

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