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The average price of a Nutritionist or Dietitian in East Sussex is £65 per session

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‘19 Certificate of Excellence

Eat4Wellbeing is run by Joanna Majithia, Registered Nutritional Therapist. I am based in Brighton but also offer Skype consultations if travelling to Brighton is an issue. I provide achievable solutions and straightforward advice for a wide variety of health concerns including digestive problems including IBS, bloating and indigestion; low energy, stress and fatigue; hormonal issues like PMS, menopause, thyroid and adrenal imbalances; cardiovascular concerns like high blood pressure and cholesterol. I also run Eat4Weightloss - a personalised weight management program to help you achieve lasting results.

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How important is a healthy diet to someone’s health and wellbeing?

You are unique and the diet that suits you might not be ideal for someone else. The right nutrition is vital for your wellbeing and health, but what you eat is only as important as how well you digest and absorb the nutrients provided - that is why I believe achieving optimal digestion is key to overall health and wellbeing. Eat well - live well.

What do you love most about your job?

The clients I meet as everyone is different so no 2 consultations are the same. Empowering my clients to feel better is immensely rewarding and I am passionate about eating well and enjoying life to the full and love to share this passion with my clients.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I trained in nutritional therapy when my daughters were very young as I started to get more and more fascinated by how a healthy diet could help my family. I knew I wanted a career where I could help others and as I completed my training I knew I had found my passion. Initially I worked part-time while my girls were little so I could be their primary carer. Now they are adults, I work full time doing one-to-one consultations supporting clients with digestive health, hormonal balance, achieving optimal energy and weight management. I also run nutrition workshops for corporate clients, schools and an NHS funded health coach project as well as teaching nutritional therapy at The Institute for Optimum Nutrition in Richmond, London.

Why should our clients choose you?

I give straightforward advice and provide achievable solutions for a variety of health concerns and weight management. I am experienced and keep up to date with the latest research. I work from a functional medicine approach, looking to address the root causes of imbalance. If you would like support to improve your digestive health, hormone balance, energy levels or weight then I can help. I also work with sports nutrition clients to support their fitness and training goals.

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Dietitians are the only health professionals regulated and protected by law. Registered Nutritionists can provide evidence-based advice and information about food and healthy eating. Nutritional therapists provide alternative treatment, based on the idea that the body needs 'healing' and 'correcting'.

  • Credentials - Find a specialist that has the credentials to support your personal needs.

  • Experience - Ask how long your Dietitian or Nutritionist has been practising and look up their background.

  • Gimmicks - Check your specialist is not supporting an unsuitable diet brand or supplement.

  • Right fit - Make sure they are upfront in the areas they specialise in and are able to make referrals if your needs are outside their comfort zone.

The minimum requirement for a Dietitian is a degree in Dietetics or a related science degree with a postgraduate diploma or higher degree in Dietetics. Nutritionists should have attended a course which is accredited by the Association for Nutrition (AfN).

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