Dutch Test + Nutritional Therapy Package

I am proud to be working with one of the world’s leading labs, Regenerus Labs, and in this package I include the famous DUTCH+ profile (DUTCH stands for Dried Urine Test for Comprehensive Hormones). Many health professionals consider this functional test a cornerstone, providing a detailed insight into different hormone levels and metabolites and a clear picture of a possible cause of your imbalances.

This test yields a wealth of clinical insights that I meticulously evaluate and explain. They serve as the foundation for crafting a personalised nutritional action plan, accompanied by 6 weeks of support to implement the plan effectively.

This is the ideal plan for tackling:

• Irregular, painful, or absent periods, severe PMS, adult acne, mood swings, and energy fluctuations.
• Seeking alternative approaches beyond medication or surgical options.
• Coping with high stress impacting mood, sleep, and menstrual cycles.
• Sudden period changes accompanied by new symptoms.
• Noticing correlations between weight, mood, energy shifts, and hormonal fluctuations during periods.
• Dealing with diagnosed or suspected PCOS and endometriosis.

£589

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What's Included

• Regenerus labs DUTCH test (worth £239). Further info on the test here.

• 1x 90 minute in-depth initial consultation and test results interpretation to create your personalised plan. (held online or in-clinic)

• 3 x 30 minutes follow-up consultation to analyse the progress, answer any questions and determine any further actions.

• In-depth analysis and research after studying your completed questionnaire.

• Detailed analysis of your 3-day food diary.

• Functional medicine-based personalised plan.

• Science-backed information factsheets relevant to your personalised plan.

• Email support between sessions – I am available for queries and support, aiming to answer within 24 hours.

If required:

• Personalised and targeted supplementation recommendations.

• Functional testing recommendations and interpretation.

• Collaboration with your primary Health Provider.

• Detailed medication and nutrient interaction evaluation.

• Exclusive discount on recommended tests and supplements using my practitioner’s patient discount.

Next steps

Book a free discovery call to discuss your health concerns, what’s involved in the DUTCH testing package and how you could benefit from this in-depth assessment.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between the testing packages and the 1:1 packages?

With the data provided by functional testing we will have further data to address deep seated issues and unbalances and create a very targeted and efficient plan.

Can I pay the Testing Packages and Weeks Plans in instalments?

Yes you can – you can divide the total fee in 3 instalments. For the testing packages the first payment will cover the cost of the test ahead of ordering it, while the remaining fee can be divided in 2 instalments. The  week plans can also be divided in 3 instalments, with the first one being £170.

How long would it take to see results?

Nutritional Therapy aims to create long lasting change. Those changes will be gradual but definitive, differently from allopathic medicine that aims to suppress symptoms for immediate relief. As each person is unique, also the speed on which results will be obtained is different and this is also impacted by how closely the suggested nutritional and supplemental plan is followed.

What should I expect to achieve after our appointments?

Food Power Nutrition plan are highly personalised, created around around your needs and your goal in order to obtain the best results possible. Saying that it is important to note that results vary from person to person as we are all unique and our body responds differently. Expectations and goals will be discussed during our discovery call.

If I need more follow up sessions, do I need to book a new package?

Whilst working together we will evaluate the progress of the plan, and if further sessions are needed 1/2 hour fortnightly follow ups can be booked for existing clients for £70 each.

What is the cancellation policy?

Understanding we all lead busy lives, I can reschedule or cancel appointments without any charge if communicated with more than 48 hours notice. Appointments cancelled or rescheduled within 48 hours of the consultation time will be charged at 50%. Appointments cancelled or reschedule within 24 hours of your appointment time will be charged at 100%. A delay of more than 15 minutes for your consultation will lead to the appointment being cancelled and charged at 100%.

What shall I do if I have questions in between my two appointments?

Please contact me at my email lucia@foodpowernutrition.com or via Practice Better chat service for support – I am always happy to help.

Does Food Power Nutrition operates only online?

Food Power provides online consultations via a dedicated platform. Online consultations will be held via telehealth/zoom and can be easily accessed via the client’s “Practice Better” portal. In person consultations will be held on Thursday evenings at Elpis Therapy Rooms, 14 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London W1S 1HN

 

What happens if I don’t manage to fill in the questionnaire 72 hours ahead of the appointment?

Please contact me at least 72 hours before our appointment date asking for it to be rescheduled if you realised you won’t have time to fill in the questionnaire and read the T&C.

The information provided in the questionnaire are key to start building your plan and provide you with the best service possible, and I won’t go ahead with the initial appointment without those as I aiming to deliver a high standard service and consultation to all my clients.

When is an appointment considered booked?

You will receive an email via “Practice Better” asking to confirm your appointment. I will consider the appointment confirmed once the invoice is settled and the questionnaire received.

Will I get supplement recommendation with every plan?

The main source of nutrients is wholefoods, and the plans are aimed to provide adequate nutrient levels for each client. Supplementation may be recommended only for a short period of time in case of significant nutrient deficiencies or to kick start your body systems. Food Power Nutrition does not have any affiliation with any supplement company and specific supplements are suggested because of their unique therapeutic properties.

What’s the difference between nutritional therapist, nutrition coach and nutritionist?

In the ever-evolving landscape of health and wellness, the importance of seeking legit professional guidance for optimal nutrition cannot be overstated. Registered Nutritional Therapists play a pivotal role in promoting well-being by providing personalized and evidence-based nutritional advice. I wanted to explore the significance of consulting a Registered Nutritional Therapist, shedding light on their qualifications (a degree) and the importance of being registered with professional bodies like BANT (British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine) and CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council).

What is the difference between Nutritional Therapists, Nutrition Coaches and Nutritionists?

  1. Nutritional Therapists:
    • Focus: Holistic, addressing underlying health issues.
    • Qualifications: Hold a degree in nutritional therapy or a related field.
    • Registration: Registered with professional bodies like BANT and CNHC.
    • Approach: Personalized, evidence-based recommendations.
    • Scope: Work one to one with individuals dealing with specific health concerns.
  2. Nutrition Coaches:
    • Focus: Goal-oriented, often centered on fitness and weight management.
    • Qualifications: Vary; it is not a regulated profession and only some may have certifications in coaching or attended courses in
    • Registration: Not typically required, but some may hold certifications from coaching organizations.
    • Approach: Goal-focused, motivational, and lifestyle-oriented.
    • Scope: Assist clients in achieving specific health and fitness goals.
  3. Nutritionists:
    • Focus: General nutrition advice, public health, and community settings.
    • Qualifications: Hold a degree in nutrition or a related field.
    • Registration: Registered with professional bodies such as the AfN, but not always required.
    • Approach: Broad nutrition education and advice, which is not personalised to a 1:1 approach.
    • Scope: Work in diverse settings such as public health, research, or education.

In the pursuit of optimal health and receiving personalised and tailored 1:1 advice, consulting a Registered Nutritional Therapist stands out as a wise choice. Their holistic approach, personalised guidance, and commitment to professional standards set them apart. Ensuring that a nutritional therapist is registered with BANT and CNHC adds an extra layer of assurance, highlighting their dedication to excellence, knowledge and high standard of practice.

Is Nutritional Therapy covered by any insurance or private health cash plan?

As a Nutritional Therapist, I am registered with CNHC and BANT. CNHC nutritional therapy registration is recognised by some private health cash plans, such as Westfield Health and Health Shield.

Please check with your provider for your cover details.

How can I get in touch with Food Power Nutrition for more information about packages and costs?

Please feel free to ask for information via the contact form, specifying if you wish to be contacted via email or via phone. I am happy to offer a free discovery call to talk through your current health concerns and discuss how we can work together.

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