What is a Nutritionist?

by | Jul 2, 2022 | Uncategorized

What is a Nutritionist?

A Nutritionist is qualified to give Dietary, Herbal and Supplement advice. Nutritional Therapy investigates factors like food, lifestyle, Toxins, stresses, genetics, Trauma or other factors that may affect health. Tailored recommendations are worked on together to help bring about changes in health and well-being.

What is a Nutritionist?

What is a Nutritionist?

What can you expect from your Nutritionist Consultation?

Together we review what factors may contribute to ill health. The food you eat and what you drink as well as medication and supplements is looked at. We can examine further potential causes such as stress, poor lifestyle choices, environmental toxins, genetics, past trauma that may affect health.

In your Nutritional Therapy Consultation you will work with The Tummy Tamer, Sinéad Dundon. I give support to change your diet to improve conditions like bloating, heartburn.painful gas or wind and digestive problems.  I qualified  from the College of Naturopathic Medicine CMN as a Nutritional Therapist in 2011.  I’ve been working helping clients and in various Health Foods Shops around Munster ever since.

Where Can We Meet The Tummy Tamer Nutritionist?

Firstly, you can use the link to book a time and place to meet.

I work online via Zoom, Whats App or Google Meet.   I can meet clients in person in New Leaf Health Food Shop in Charleville Co Cork and in Adare Pharmacy, Co Limerick.

You are sent a questionnaire that can be filled in online. During the initial Consultation we analyse the information from the questionnaire.

After the hour together in the Nutritional Therapy Consultation you are given an easy-to-follow personalised nutrition advice. This will include guidelines for moving forward with your plan of action. We compare your actual diet compared to an ideal diet to help with the conditions uncovered in the consultation. Further support to implement changes will be booked in if required.


Further testing is available for food sensitivity and reactions This can give further confidence in food choices.


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