Consultations and advice on nutritional therapy; face to face; by telephone; online by Skype or email
In-depth consultations and detailed advice from qualified nutritional therapist
Keith Smeaton D.N.N., FNTP
To read more about my approach to nutrition, please click here.
“Those who think they have no time for healthy eating, will sooner or later have to find time for illness.” – Edward Stanley
Face to face consultations are available with me at Reigate and Sutton in Surrey, and at Blackheath in South East London.
To book a consultation, please telephone the practice nearest to you.
Telephone or online consultations are available from the comfort of your home, at a time that suits you. To book an online consultation, please telephone 0044 1737 243601, or send me an email.
My name is Keith Smeaton. I am a qualified nutritionist, registered with the Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners (FNTP). My nutrition practice is based at Reigate and at Sutton in Surrey, and at Blackheath in South East London.
Consultations with me are available face-to-face, by telephone, or online by email.
The Reigate practice in Surrey attracts clients from the Redhill, Godstone, Tadworth, Dorking, Caterham, Oxted, Horley and Crawley areas, as well as from the local Reigate area.
The Sutton practice in Surrey attracts clients from the Epsom, Banstesd, Cheam, Wimbledon and Kingston areas, as well as from the local Sutton area.
The Blackheath practice in South Est London attracts clients from Brockley, New Cross, Lewisham, Lee, Greenwich, Catford, Bromley, Sidcup, Orpington and Plumstead areas, as well as from the local Blackheath area.
I provide an easy to follow, personalised written nutrition plan, designed to improve health for the short and long-term, and to address and improve any particular health problem you may be struggling with.
Many clients have approached me for a consultation regarding such issues as IBS, bloating, constipation, weight gain, weight loss, food intolerances and allergies, Hay Fever, hormone imbalances and PMS, stress and low energy.
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Nutritional therapy is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment. The content within this website is my personal opinion and is not intended as a cure or treatment for any illness.