Julia Fuchs KFRP
EVERY BODY IS DIFFERENT - SO SHOULD EVERYBODY'S DIET
There is not one definition of healthy living. We are all different, and so are our needs. What nourishes one person can make another person become ill.
That is why it is so important to know how we can strengthen our body without falling into the trap of what is commonly classified as "good" and "bad" foods, habits or lifestyles.
FIND OUT WHAT IRRITATES YOU
Kinesiology treatments consist of two parts: A general assessment of the sources of a patients health problems and which supplements, herbs or other therapy methods can aid the recovery, and a food intolerance and allergy testing.
COMMON INTOLERATED OR ALLERGENIC FOODS ARE GLUTEN, NUTS, EGGS, DAIRY, SOYA
But there are many more. 30-35% of the british population experience nickel sensitivity. Nickel is found in most of our foods and can cause eczema and chronic epidermal and/or intestinal dermatitis. Fibromyalgia, incontinence, muscle and joint pain are not rarely linked with fructose-malabsorption which affects 20% of the european population.
Training, qualifications & experience
My previous work in a clinic for Allergology and Dermatology enables me to approach skin and bowel problems from various angles. I not only use herbs and supplements as remedies, but aim to help my patients with dietary changes and nutrition.
KFRP - Kinesiology Federation Registered Practitioner
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£40 for the first hour, then each additional 15 minutes £10.
The testing takes between 60 and 90 minutes.
Many of todays health problems respond well to Kinesiology:
- Digestive Disorders, stomach pains, cramps, diarrhoea, constipation
- Eczema, Dermatitis, Psoriasis, Acne
- Recurrent colds and infections
- Thrush und fungal infections
- Hormonal Imbalances
- Joint and muscle pain, Arthritis
- Headaches and Migraine
- Hyperactivity, Aggressive Behaviour
- Anxiety and Depression
- Fatigue, ME
- Eating Disorders and Anorexia Nervosa
- Cardivascular Health Problems
- Weight management
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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