Jamie Rice in 42 Candlemas Lane England

Jamie Rice

42 Candlemas Lane, England, HP9 1AF

Jamie Rice, DipION, MBANT, CNHC

A little bit about Jamie Rice

Are you fed up of living with a chronic health condition? Have you lost your ability to bounce back? Are you uncertain about how best to support your health concerns? I work with my clients to help them identify the key mechanisms driving their health issues and support my clients in achieving their own personal health goals.. Resilience is key. Loss of resilience occurs prior to the onset of ill health; it's the inability to “bounce back”. Oftentimes, this may start with symptoms of low energy or loss of motivation but can ultimately lead to more serious chronic health issues such as gut issues, hormonal imbalances, autoimmune disease and metabolic or mental health disorders.. Common precursors to loss of resilience include poor diet, nutrient deficiencies, dietary or chemical intolerances, toxic exposure (incl. heavy metals, pesticides), infection, antibiotics and stress. Accumulatively, these environmental factors can take their toll on the body and the mind. Depending on your bio-individual make-up or genetic predisposition, any number of symptoms may arise.. A thorough case history and functional testing can provide insight as to how best to support your overall health. Understanding when and how loss of resilience began can help us determine why certain symptoms currently present. Dietary and lifestyle interventions can then be discussed and advised based on your own personal goals.. **************************************. The current climate has highlighted metabolic health as an important risk factor in viral infection. Read more from The Lancet here . If you are interested in learning more about how best to support your health over the coming winter months, please do not hesitate to get in touch.. Bio. I developed a skin condition at the age of 14. Throughout my 20s I was hospitalised either as an outpatient or inpatient, twice per year. Eventually, I was prescribed two strong drugs (cyclosporin & methotrexate) to suppress the condition so I could lead a more normal life. Although my skin did improve, three years later I had lost my motivation and I struggled to focus on anything of substance. I decided to stop the medication completely. This marked the beginning of a shift in my perception. Once the medication was stopped, so did the suppression of my condition. I began seeking solutions from Ayurveda to spiritual healing. It wasn't until I tried fasting that I started seeing any results. This led me to look into gut health and Nutritional Therapy.. I studied at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London to further my understanding of my own health problems and learn how I could help others. I also took additional training in nutrigenomics which taught me that the medications I was taking are contraindicated with my genetic disposition. Having regained my own health, my mission is to support the health of others. The core of this approach is by way of nutritional science and lifestyle medicine.. I am a member of the British Association for Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and the Complimentary & Natural Health Council (CNHC). To further my professional development and keep myself up to date, I regularly attend conferences and courses on the latest developments in the field.


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  • Jamie Rice, DipION, MBANT, CNHC
  • Opening hours
  • My working hours are flexible to accommodate each client's needs
  • Training, qualifications & experience
  • My Qualifications - I hold a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from The Institute for Optimum Nutrition (DipION); DNALife Certified; Full Member of the Complimentary & Natural Health Council; Full Member of the British Association for Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine; SCIO biofeedback practitioner; Member organisations
  • Fees
  • Nutrition packages starting from £295
    Nutrition follow up consultation: £90 (45-60 mins)
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