What can Nutritional Therapy do for you?
At Amanda Ryder Nutrition I can help you identify the underlying origins that may be exacerbating your health issues using specialised functional testing, diet and lifestyle modification and nutritional supplementation.
If you’re suffering with health issues that never seem to go away why not book an appointment, and I can devise a plan to meet your needs and your budget.
How it Works
Prior to your first appointment you will be asked to complete a questionnaire and a 3 day food diary.
At the initial consultations (1 hour) I will take a detailed case history in order to give me as much information to enable myself to understand your issues and to better address them. Click here to find out more.
Many of the tests can be carried out at home by collecting a sample of breath, blood, saliva, urine and/or stool. Sometimes a visit to a clinic may be necessary. Functional tests may be used to ascertain any underlying issues you may have and direct your nutritional program and are only suggested when believed to be necessary. Click here to find out more.
Please do give me call, I keep Monday mornings free to speak to potential new clients. If Mondays do not work for you, then please try calling another time and leave a message, I will call you back as soon as I’m able to. We can discuss your health concerns and decide if Nutritional Therapy will be beneficial for you. Click here to contact me.
Before becoming a Nutritional Therapist I worked in a demanding sales and marketing role with a long commute to London each day. I’m well aware of the pressures of working long days in a highly pressurised environment and commuting and the toll that can take on your well being. Now, when working with corporate clients I focus on how to improve energy levels and resilience, improve sleep, optimise immunity and support the importance of mental health, to promote a healthier, happier and more productive workforce. Click here to find out more.
“With such a bewildering amount of information available it can be hard to see the wood for the trees, especially if you are trying to balance what may appear to be quite conflicting nutritional advice. I first found Amanda seven years ago when I began to realise that my menopause symptoms could be affected by what I ate and drank. I knew there was more I needed to discover rather than simply looking to managing my…..”
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I am a fully licensed Metabolic Balance® coach. I will support you throughout the duration of the programme, offering support and advice in order to help you achieve your goals.
Metabolic Balance® is a scientifically based nutritional programme, with 400,000 clients worldwide and backed up by 20 years of research by German Physicians and Nutritionists. Many people have transformed their health and achieve their optimal weight by following the programme. Click here to find out more.
Amanda Ryder BSc
Registered Nutritional Therapist CNHC
Registered Nutritionist MBANT
Amanda is a registered Nutritional Therapist and qualified from The Institute of Optimum Nutrition, London, a world leader in the field of Nutritional Therapy. Amanda has also completed a BSc in Nutritional Therapy with the University of West London.
After over a decade spent living in the Mediterranean and observing the joy, appreciation and good health food brings to all age groups, Amanda decided to study for a formal qualification in nutrition in 2008. Being a real foodie who enjoys her food and wine, she has been able to use her knowledge of nutrition in order to guide others to change their dietary habits and lifestyle, without compromising on delicious foods.
“I strongly believe that Nutritional Therapy is about putting people into Optimal Health and it never ceases to amaze me the positive effects a good diet can have on energy and well being.”
In order to be able to offer the best advice to her clients, she continues her post graduate studies by regularly attending seminars and conferences to develop and deepen her knowledge of this ever changing field.
Special interests include gluten intolerances, female health and digestive disorders.
Amanda is a member of :
The British Association of Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and is a Nutritional Therapy Council Registered Practitioner with The Complimentary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC),
The Royal Society of Medicine (an organisation that promotes the exchange of information and ideas on the science, practice and organisation of medicine within the health professions).
She is also a regular guest on Radio BBC Cambridgeshire and Radio 105 Cambridge.