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Whole Life Nutrition Co.

West Yorkshire

I’m Mikayla, nutritionist and personal trainer on a mission to help people find healing and freedom in their relationships with food and body. Whole Life Nutrition was founded as a means to educate, empower and equip women to find breakthrough and freedom in the area of food and health. My mission is to walk alongside them as they learn to break out of endless cycles of dieting, restriction, control and all-out-craziness around food before introducing gentle nutrition to get them feeling their best! My hope is that you will find Whole Life Nutrition to be an unbiased, science-backed source of information, a welcoming place of encouragement and an inspirational guide to living your 'whole life' well!

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

A person's diet, while it doesn't have the power to completely make or break their health (health is seriously multi-faceted!) can be the difference between them feeling brilliant or just blah. We don't have control over a lot of aspects of our lives but food and movement are aspects of health that we can cultivate a healthy relationship with.

What do you love most about your job?

I love seeing how my clients move from a place of feeling hopeless or out of control with food to a place of freedom and peace with it and with their bodies! This then allows them to live out their true values and passions, rediscover their dreams and have the mental and physical energy to pursue them.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I know that my holistic and unrestrictive approach to nutrition and health wasn't being practised in the NHS or in other private practices around me so I knew I had to start my own business if that's the way I wanted to work with clients.

Why should our clients choose you?

Weight-loss companies and big corporations don't really care about your health, they care about the profits they make from you feeling inadequate. I take a heart-centred approach with clients, working with them to get to the bottom of why they eat the way they do and then come up with a plan to meet their health goals in a way that suits their body and their lifestyle. It's always personalised, holistic and balanced.

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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'.

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  • 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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4.99/5.00

based on 107 reviews

The average rating for Bark Nutritionists & Dietitians in Leeds is 4.99, based on 107 reviews.

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