Migraine sufferers are amongst those who can help their health by improving their diet and lifestyle.
Whether or not you believe food is one of your migraine triggers, changing the way you eat may impact the way you feel including your energy levels, your cravings and how you manage stress.
Registered Nutritional Therapist, Rachel Alderson, believes passionately in the power of both food and lifestyle to support health and wellbeing. She works with clients, supporting them to manage the symptoms of migraine.
Her ultimate aim is to empower her clients, giving them the necessary tools to use real food to help them to feel good, nourished and energised. Rachel combines the science of what to eat (nutritional therapy) with how to put it into practice simply and easily and feel amazing while doing it (health coaching). She tailors her approach to her clients’ specific goals, and works with them on a personalised and optimal diet and lifestyle programme to support their health.
For your free, no obligation call with Rachel to find out more about how personalised nutritional therapy may support you, contact the National Migraine Centre (020 7251 3322) or Rachel directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a migraine sufferer herself, Rachel understands the challenges her clients face on a day-to-day basis. She works with them to revive the health and vitality they may have lost along the way. Find out more about Rachel’s nutrition journey here.
Rachel is a Registered Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach. She is a member of the British Association of Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and the Complementary Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).
Rachel holds consultations at the National Migraine Centre, with telephone and Skype options available.
For more information on how personalised nutritional therapy may support you, contact the National Migraine Centre (email@example.com) or Rachel on the details below.
t: 07788 871058
Nutritional therapy is not a replacement for medical advice. Migraine sufferers should consult their GP or a National Migraine Centre doctor for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform their health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in their diet or exercise programme.