Gift Vouchers available

If you would like to give someone the gift of a private nutrition consultation please email or phone Penny for more details.

Back pain? Joint pain? Sore muscles?

Nutritional Therapy is a safe, effective alternative to taking painkillers long term.
Specific foods and nutrients have an anti-inflammatory and pain killing effect. Adjusting your diet and taking the right supplements may help to manage pain and inflammation and reduce the need for painkillers, many of which cause side effects such as skin rashes, kidney damage and inflammation to the gut.
Did you know?…..
Some painkillers can accelerate the damage to joints in people with arthritis. Certain nutritional supplements have been shown to be as good as common painkillers, without the side effects.

Food Intolerance?

Digestive symptoms, skin problems, low energy, joint pain …… can all be the result of food intolerance.
Testing for food intolerance or allergy is available through Core Nutrition. An initial consultation will be conducted to check symptoms and advise upon the correct test. At the follow-up consultation results will be given along with a protocol for dietary changes and supplementation.
Testing also available for:
- hormone imbalances
- low thyroid
- candida / intestinal parasites
- cardiovascular profile
- adrenal stress

Commuter stress? Low energy?

It might not just be your job! Your diet can play a major role in how you feel and cope with stress. A few simple changes can make a big difference and give you your energy back. Try a DIETARY REVIEW! Penny has worked with commuters and busy professionals to help them cope with the daily grind.

My nutrition consultation with Penny has given me easy ways to improve my diet. I feel more energised, less impatient and I’ve even lost a bit of weight!
Chris, Hove.

£25 for a 30 minute dietary review
Review of a 3 day food diary with food advice and simple dietary changes given in the form of meal plans and handouts

£65 for a full nutrition consultation
Full symptom and case history review, 75 minutes. Protocol given to help problems such as stress, fatigue, back pain, allergies or digestive complaints.

Please contact Penny for more information or to make an appointment.

Flat Tummy Offer!

Ever wondered why you may eat healthily and exercise regularly but not be able to get rid of that little pot belly? Or perhaps you’d like some weight loss advice with the focus being on losing your tum?

Nutritional Therapist and Pilates Instructor Penny Little can teach you the right exercise techniques combined with the right diet, to eliminate bloating & fat around the middle and tone the abs.

What you get…..

3 x private Pilates sessions with Penny worth £45 each, plus exercise sheets to practice at home

2 x nutrition consultations worth £130*

Total price £265, offer price £210

*based on 1x75min consult and 1x45min follow-up consult over a 2 month period. If there is a digestive condition causing bloating then supplements or tests may be advised and these would be at an extra cost. Responsibility is on the client to adhere to the diet and practice given exercises regularly.

Send an email now to take up this great offer!

BBC website nutrition news

March 2009

Death link to too much red meat

Scientists have produced new evidence suggesting eating lots of red and processed meat damages health.

November 2008

‘Meat intake cut’ on cancer fears

One in 10 people has tried to cut down on processed meats such as bacon in the wake of a report linking them to cancer, a survey suggests.

August 2008

Pain ‘linked with low vitamin D’

Low levels of the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D, may contribute to chronic pain among women, scientists believe.

Vitamin C ‘slows cancer growth’

An injection of a high dose of vitamin C may be able to hold back the advance of cancers, US scientists claim.

May 2008

Juice ‘prevents clogged arteries’

Juices made from apples or purple grapes – and the fruit themselves – protect against developing clogged arteries, a study suggests.

HRT pills ‘blood clot risk link’

Menopausal women who use oral hormone replacement therapy (HRT) more than double their risk of blood clots, French scientists say.

March 2008

Vegan diet ‘help’ for arthritis

A vegan and gluten-free diet has been shown to reduce cholesterol, and therefore heart attack risk, in rheumatoid arthritis sufferers.

February 2008

Beetroot ‘may cut blood pressure’

Beetroot juice has been linked in a recent study to lowering blood pressure.

December 2007

‘Burnt foods’ linked to cancers

Certain fats cooked at high temperatures may increase risk to women of ovarian cancer.

October 2007

Be thin to cut cancer, study says

Avoiding fattening foods and cutting down on alcohol can reduce your risk of cancer.

Fast food salt levels ‘shocking’

Parents should be aware of the high levels of salt in some fast food restaurant meals.

Sep 07

Lifestyle can reduce breast cancer risk

Parents warned of additives in food

April 07

HRT linked to ovarian cancer