Sue Lovemorenutritional therapist and functional medicine practitioner
“Sue loves meeting people from all walks of life, helping them to discover solutions to their health goals. She draws on her extensive knowledge and practice in nutritional therapy and functional medicine to help her clients be at their best. She is an experienced therapist, drawing on several disciplines to provide the best outcomes for her clients.”
I graduated from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition with Distinction in 2000. I have post-graduate training and experience in sports nutrition and nutritional approaches to inflammation, digestive function, allergy, immune and autoimmune processes, weight management, hormonal balance and energy production.
I am a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and have completed their Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice course.
I am a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT); and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), which is the UK voluntary regulator for complementary therapists, approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.
I am trained and a fully qualified practitioner in the bio-energetic theories and uses of the NES Healthcare System. I am a Reiki Level Two Practitioner.
running, being by the sea, long leisurely lunches
I love my job and I believe I’m good at helping people to discover better health through gaining a deeper understanding of themselves and their needs.
And I love being part of a team, able to refer people on to great colleagues for more in-depth work on the emotional or structural level when required.
Sue on Health
I’ve long held a fascination for the body and how it “ticks”. Deep down I think I’ve always believed that health is created by allowing the body to do what it does naturally. That wellness isn’t found in some bottle or magic pill (although sometimes that may help) but in nourishing the body and allowing it to move and flow. I’m not one for putting up with pain or discomfort. I’ll take medication if I need it. But I strongly believe that symptoms are a cry for help and there is no benefit in simply suppressing them if the underlying cause remains unheard and unaddressed.
Sue on Diet
I believe that good nutrition is essential for good health but I’m not puritanical about it. Food is one of the great pleasures in my life and I don’t want to get too hung up on what I should or shouldn’t be eating. In general though, getting a diet and individual nutritional mix that suits each individual is important. This is dynamic and changes according to our needs at a particular time. Nutritional interventions can be an extremely powerful way to promote wellness, whatever your heath goal may be.