Emma Harvey Lawrence
BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Human Health, ANutr (AfN)
I own and run a complementary health centre called Woolpit Complementary, based in the heart of Suffolk. I consider myself to be typical foodie and I have always been interested in nutrition, as well as sustainable and sensible options when it comes to sourcing and producing food. I aim to maintain a balanced approach towards health and wellbeing through reflection and learning.
I am a qualified and registered associate nutritionist and I work with individuals on a one to one basis, providing nutritional advice to help achieve improved health outcomes. This may include setting goals and plans for weight management, supporting health conditions such as Type 2 Diabetes or maintaining musculoskeletal health in older age. My work varies because nutrition is important in all life stages and activities.
A nutritionist is able to work with a wide variety of health conditions which may be inhibited by the complexity of lifestyle and dietary habits. Balanced personalised nutrition can support you through each stage of your lifecycle, improve performance physically and mentally, preventing ill health and improve outcomes after illness, injury or changes in lifestyle.
The key is to learn what your body requires within your circumstances and understand what it takes to intuitively nourish yourself to gain the best results.
How I work
My job as a Nutritionist is to support you from the inside-out with a range of nutritional tools including dietary and physical assessments to ensure that you are providing your body with a healthy balance of energy and nutrients, for your requirements.
This will vary between each person and any advice provided is personalised to your lifestyle. There will always be options for you to choose from, for you to manage your nutritional and health goals accordingly. My approach is client-led: empowering and helping you to learn as much as possible.
It is very important to stress that food is the core focus of any advice provided, with supplementation or biological tests being utilised only when suitable to further beneficial outcomes.