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Welcome to Eat With Verve

 
Do you want to feel at home in your body again, and have more energy, more vitality, more verve? Our Clinic is dedicated to the promotion and restoration of good health through maintenance of the gut microbiome and the balance of hormones.


Gut Microbiome

 
The gut microbiome is the name given to the collection of bacteria which live mainly in the colon. These bacteria can be beneficial, or, potentially harmful. An imbalance, or lack of diversity, contributes to many common gastrointestinal symptoms such as gas, bloating, indigestion, abdominal pain, diarrhoea and constiptation. It can also play a role in more serious conditions such as IBD, autoimunne disease (such as rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes), and neurological conditions (such as Alzheimer's, depression and anxiety).

A healthy microbiome is essential for our long term well being. The good news is that imbalances can respond quickly to the right treatment! Learn more about your gut microbiome here and how it can be improved.

Unless there is good reason (see food intolerance) our ethos is all abut including a wide range of delicious foods, not excluding them! It was this passion which led to our recipe book, Feed Your Family...Feed Your Gut.

Menopause

 
image Hormones are chemical messengers which are constantly circulating in the blood stream. The reduction in hormone levels experienced during the menopause can often cause hot flushes, night sweats, tiredness, anxiety and brain fog. It may also adversely affect your energy, mood, digestion, sleep.....basically all bodily functions! You may also experience changes to your vaginal microbiome (read more about that here). All of this happens just as we reach our prime.

By balancing your hormones you will be able to maintain good health and an active lifestyle, feeling fit and full of vitality. Add life to your years and feel yourself again!

We use advanced laboratory testing where appropriate so there is a scientific basis to produce unique treatmant plans for every single person.... because you are unique. Learn more about your hormones here and what we can do to help.