Would being well mean eating out at a restaurant without worry?

What does being well look like to you?

Would being well mean going for a bike ride in the mountains?

What does being well look like to you?

Would being well mean taking a morning stroll in a bluebell wood?

What does being well look like to you?

When was the last time you felt truly well?

Maybe it’s crept up on you – but you’ve realised you don’t feel like your old self anymore. Symptoms that started off as minor niggles have become your new normal, and you are beginning to think that certain foods might be playing a role, or that these new health concerns could somehow be linked to your existing food sensitivity.

Perhaps you're fed up of worrying about going out to eat in case it will make you suffer later. Maybe you've been trying to cut out foods to see if it helps you feel better, but you're overwhelmed by conflicting advice on whether it's a good idea. You might be concerned about how restricted your diet is becoming, or fed up with people saying it's just because of your existing condition, and you think there might be more going on.

If you've had enough of trying to solve your health puzzles on your own, then isn't it time for a change?

Gemma Price, nutritional therapist in Woking and Guildford

I’m Gemma Price, a Registered Nutritional Therapist specialising in food reactivity, immunity and digestive health. I understand how it feels when your body doesn’t seem to be on your side.

I’m here to help you:

  • understand what is going on under the surface that could be contributing to your symptoms and reactivity.
  • identify which, if any, foods you may be reacting to, with testing, if appropriate.
  • make changes to your diet and lifestyle to support your overall health.
  • get back to enjoying a varied diet whilst living in tune with your body.

If you are ready to give your health the attention it deserves, contact me to find out how nutritional therapy can help move you towards living life to the full.

About Gemma

I am dedicated to supporting those with intolerances or reactivity to food to feel more comfortable in their bodies and enjoy eating without fear.

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About Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional therapy aims to address underlying deficiencies and system imbalances to promote wellness.

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Work with me

I offer confidential one-to-one consultations online, by phone and from two Surrey clinics in New Haw and Guildford, as well as talks and workshops.

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What my clients are saying:

It was a pleasure to work with Gemma. I was diagnosed with IBS 20 years ago so I've tried a lot of different things but with limited success. Gemma gave me some good advice and suggestions which have really helped me.

Linda

Walton-on-Thames

Gemma took the time to hear my whole health history, and explained how different issues I was experiencing could be connected.
She helped me have confidence to make some changes to my eating patterns that I had been considering for a while, and gave me some information on food choices that could help my hormonal function.

B. Bailey

Woking