Diana Hervé is a private nutritionist in Essex, specialising in digestive health, eating disorders and emotional eating
Diana Hervé: BSc(Hons),DTLLS, Dip.NCFED, Dip.EFTi:
Private Registered Nutritional Therapist, Eating Disorder Therapist & Emotional Freedom Technique Therapist. Specialising in digestive & gut health; eating disorders & emotional eating; weight management; hormonal imbalance; chronic autoimmune conditions
My mantra is Help Yourself to Health to promote the message that by learning to re-balance and increase the variety of your nutrient intake, address emotional issues as well as make some lifestyle changes, then not only can you improve the health of your gut, immune system and hormonal balance, but you can benefit from many other beneficial side effects – more energy, improved metabolism & weight loss, mental & emotional clarity and balance, and so much more.
I will mentor you on your personal journey; provide you with all the nutritional information you need to recognise that nutrients are your currency, and they can be consumed in the most delicious meals – I will even provide you with a recipe pack alongside a personalised programme. Your journey to optimum health and wellbeing begins as soon as you begin to ‘Eat Yourself to Wellness’!
There is so much confusion and misinformation about what you should or shouldn’t be eating for the best health benefits. I understand how overwhelming and frustrating this must be, so if you have got to a point where you feel you need to talk to a qualified nutritionist who can support you with an individual programme to meet your personal goals and help you to understand the links between your symptoms and the food you eat and your lifestyle, please give me a call for a FREE INITIAL PHONE CONSULTATION to discuss the best way forward on your road to recovery – I would be delighted to hear from you and help you join the dots!
“I believe everyone can benefit from nutritional therapy in order to alleviate nutritional and lifestyle imbalances that may be causing chronic, long term health problems and debilitating symptoms such as fatigue, IBS, disordered eating/digestive issues, and weight gain. Understandably, these problems can affect a person’s enjoyment and quality of life.”
Although risotto is traditionally made with rice, I have started to swop the grain to barley as barley is high in beta-glucans so is excellent at balancing blood sugar levels as it improves insulin sensitivity. It is higher in fibre than risotto rice so will fill you up for longer. In addition it contains a fair amount of protein and Vit-B and magnesium. Magnesium is a good muscle relaxant and in studies barley has been shown to reduce blood pressure as well as LDL cholesterol.