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As our life expectancy is increasing we want to ensure that we keep our quality of life as we age. Nutritional needs change with different stages of our life and a good nutritional status is essential to remain as physically and mentally fit as possible.

- An up to 90-minute initial consultation
- A detailed diet assessment (including a full nutritional analysis of your diet)
- Personalised, evidence-based nutrition recommendations based on your current dietary intake and eating habits
- Referral to blood / stool / urine / saliva tests, should this be deemed necessary
- Analysis of lab results when ready
- A follow-up email with patient’s personalised action plan and a diet report, detailing your macro and micro nutrient intake
- 2 follow-up sessions of 60 minutes within 6 weeks (via skype or in person) to check your progress and re-evaluate your intake and changes in weight, amendment of dietary intervention should laboratory analyses highlight any issues or areas of improvement
- Weekly email check-in for any additional questions and support between sessions
Prior to this, patients will be asked to complete and return a nutrition questionnaire and food diary

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