Registered Nutritional Therapist Alison Bladh
How fortunate for us that Alison Bladh’s work as a registered Nutritional Therapist is focused on women in the peri- and post-menopausal stage of life. We Boomer Women are living longer now so our post-menopausal years are many and we will take all the help we can get to be healthy through them.
Alison discusses how some of the vagaries of aging, like Type 2 diabetes and chronic fatigue, bone health and heart health, can be affected by menopause – another reason to understand and be pro-active with our food habits as we age.
You get a ton of nutritional advice and food choice tips in this episode!
Finally, Sparkle! Alison reminds us that, when we were younger, we Sparkled! – yes, we did! and through reclaiming our lives and good nutrition we can be well on our way to reclaiming that Sparkle!
The Two Boomer Women Podcast - in conversation with Alison Bladh
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About the guest: Alison Bladh
Alison Bladh a registered Nutritional Therapist who is passionate about empowering women to reclaim their health through realistic evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle modifications.
Alison was lucky enough to grow up on a farm in Southern England which gave her a great love for nature and the outdoor life and on top of that her mother was a professional chef who allowed her, from a very young age, to help and watch her in the kitchen. This was the beginning of her love for food.
She’s travelled extensively and lived in different parts of the world. This has given her the opportunity to experience different cultures, cuisines and lifestyles.
Alison works very closely with her clients to ensure that they take positive steps to a healthier life. Clients often lack confidence and may often feel very daunted at the prospect of making changes. As a nutritional therapist, she supports and gives her clients the tools to be able to maintain long-term health with renewed confidence and enthusiasm.She combines her understanding, enthusiasm and passion with her love of food to help people become the best versions of themselves.
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