Nutrition at the price of a haircut

I have a dream that our health matters enough for us to want to learn how to feel better; to seek help and advice to find ways to use our food to combat illness.

But most of the time, although we aspire to use alternative medicine, it is often very expensive.

Now I would say the cost of a haircut for a lady is very expensive and I’m probably looking at a £25 bottom of the range treat. This is because, although I like my hair to look as healthy as the rest of me, I resent paying that much for a simple haircut. To me the way my hair makes me look doesn’t deserve as much attention as the way I feel (and I understand that sometime a haircut can make you feel better).

I don’t believe a hairdresser need to research anything before I come to my appointment. But as a nutritionist, I like to keep up to date on medical issues, as well as  researching details to make a treatment appropriate to you. On your appointment, I aim to gather as much relevant information as possible, so your treatment is made just for you.

So in an effort to help more people I am reducing my prices to £25 for an initial consultation which lasts an hour, and £15 for each further session of half an hour. This will not diminish my abilities or my level of service. But I firmly believe that anyone can learn how to use food towards better health and this should not be limited by the cost.

Even though people will always differ in their priorities, I can’t begin to imagine the number of things I wouldn’t be able to do if I lost my health, no matter how high these things might have been on my list of priorities. So maybe our health should come first any way, any day.

Take good care of yourself

Your friend in nutrition