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Welcome to the
Therapeutic Kitchen
by Jane Mostowfi

BANT registered Nutritional Therapist

Nutrition and lifestyle changes can be incredibly powerful for supporting the body and preventing and addressing disease.

My approach looks at the body as a whole, recognising that every system is connected and imbalances in one system can impact other systems in the body. 

Making even small changes to your nutrition and lifestyle can be vital tools in helping you to feel the best version of yourself and address the root causes of your symptoms. 

Therapeutic Kitchen

Why might you work with a nutritional therapist?

Our nutrition, wellness and lifestyle plans are tailored specifically to you and your symptoms. Here are some of the most common reasons that people book with us. 

Weight Management

yo-yo dieting | weight loss resistance | metabolic disorder

Your goal may be to gain weight, lose weight or simply make changes to your body composition.  The important thing to remember is no one plan fits all when it comes to weight management, we tailor our plans to meet your aims and lifestyle supporting you with meal plans, bespoke recipes and food and lifestyle coaching.  

We also offer functional testing to investigate any underlying causes such as poor thyroid function, gut dysfunction, hormones imbalances which can all play a part in unexplained weight management issues. 


DNA Genetic testing is also very useful for those who have a history of weight loss resistance.  It can explain an individual’s predisposition to certain eating behaviours and provide an insight into how individually we react to carbohydrates, saturated fats, and different forms of exercise.

With a history of yo-yo dieting and poor nutrition, our metabolism can become sluggish which can then lead to disorders such as insulin resistance, hormonal imbalances, cardio and cholesterol issues.  

Through our Diet Review and Meal Planning and our Nutritional Therapy Consultation and Packages services, we can help you improve your diet and lifestyle without having to face another weight loss class again. We will teach you simple techniques to make sure you are eating the right foods at the right times to improve your health and get you to a happy and healthy weight. 

If you have a pre-diagnosed blood sugar related condition such as diabetes, insulin resistance or cardiovascular condition, we will take into account your medication and make slow and gentle tweaks to your existing diet to support you improve your condition. We would recommend one of our Nutritional Therapy Consultation and Packages that offer one to one individual support over a longer period of time.

Digestive Issues

IBS symptoms | Bloating | Constipation | Food Sensitivities

Brain fog, low energy, lack of concentration, poor sleep, bloating, diarrhoea, constipation, heartburn, indigestion, and migraines can all be signs that your gut is out of balance. They can also be an indication of thyroid and, hormone imbalances or food insensitivities.

The good news is that simple diet and lifestyle changes can ease your symptoms once the root cause is identified.

Food sensitivities can often be the triggers for migraines and regular headaches. Removing ‘amines’ such as chocolate, cheese, wine and citrus fruits whilst also rebalancing any gut issues can help resolve frequent migraines or headaches.

Functional testing can easily identify dysfunctional digestive disorders such as Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), parasites, infections, low stomach acid or even a side effect of certain medications.

It’s also important to remember that 80% of your immune system is in your gut which means that any imbalance in the gut can lead to recurring illnesses, frequent colds, allergies and food sensitivities.

General Wellbeing

Low Mood | Lack of Energy | Anxiety | Brain Fog

Often when you are on the go and frankly life gets in the way, you don’t eat well, or we’re eating on the go. Do you ever suffer from a mid-afternoon energy slump?  Do you feel anxious or low for no apparent reason? 

These are all signs that there are imbalances with our blood sugar levels which can affect our mood, our food choices and generally our sense of well-being. As a Nutritional Therapist, I am able to assess your diet and make some simple tweaks to increase and stabilise your energy levels to make sure you feel balanced throughout the day which will improve your mood and energy levels.

Allergies and Skin Complaints

Eczema | Psoriasis | Acne | Asthma | Psoriasis

Allergies and skin conditions are a sign that the immune system is not working properly and even over-reacting. It can also be a sign of an imbalance in the gut.  At Therapeutic Kitchen we will work with you to investigate your symptoms to find the root causes and recommend functional testing where necessary.  This will allow us to make achievable adjustments and recommendation to your diet and lifestyle to balance your gut health and improve immune function. This can have some amazing results to improve symptoms.

Female Hormones

PMS | PCOS | Endometriosis | Fertility | Menopause

If you think about our bodies as types of car engines, the female body would be a Ferrari compared to the male body which is more like a Ford Escort. Sorry guys!

What this means for the ladies, is there’s a lot more to go wrong and rebalance. From polycystic ovaries to PMS, fertility to the menopause, not to mention debilitating conditions such as endometriosis. All these can affect our moods, coping strategies, energy levels, weight and everyday life. 

Through diet and lifestyle there are many options for improving hormonal imbalances such as PMS, PMT and fertility problems.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common hormonal disorders that we see in women. It is closely associated with infertility issues affecting many women of childbearing age.  Symptoms include weight gain, excessive hair growth, irregular periods, acne and fertility issues. PCOS sufferers are at a higher risk of diabetes, anxiety and mood swings, metabolic syndrome, and heart disease. 


However, with the right nutrition, lifestyle and wellness plan, there are many ways to support PCOS sufferers with their symptoms.

Chronic Fatigue

Fibromyalgia | ME

Chronic fatigue syndromes such as Fibromyalgia and ME cannot be explained by underlying medical conditions but are often linked to adrenal fatigue or extensive inflammation. Symptoms that are associated with these conditions include joint pain, muscle pain, poor concentration, poor memory, headaches, night sweats, and digestive disorders.  These conditions can often be improved by positive changes to diet and lifestyle.

Thyroid dysfunction

Unexplained weight issues | Low Mood | Fatigue

The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland that sits at front of your neck and sets your entire metabolic rate. It controls your weight, energy levels, mood, and is involved in everything from your cholesterol to female hormones. Women are particularly susceptible to thyroid issues when they reach the menopause. 

Changes to metabolism, heart function, digestion, energy, appetite, hair, nails, sleep and mood can all be signs that the thyroid is over-producing or under-producing sufficient hormones.

An overactive or underactive thyroid can be difficult to identify through standard GP tests due to limited testing available to them. We offer a comprehensive thyroid tests not only test TSH and T4 hormones, but also include Reverse T3, Free T4, Free T3, and antibodies and checks for deficiencies in selenium, iodine and zinc

Poor Circadian Rhythm

Wired | Disrupted sleep | Fatigue | Brain fog | Poor Mood

Sleep. We all do it, but many of us don’t do it well. A good night’s rest is essential to a healthy existence, protecting you physically and mentally as well as boosting your quality of life. Unfortunately, many of us struggle to fall asleep, wake up in the middle of the night, wide awake, and then we can’t wake up in the morning and feel constantly tired all day.

Sleep helps us maintain a healthy weight and a good balance of hormones, as well as controlling sugar levels. For mental health, a great night’s sleep makes the brain work effectively. It helps us to learn, remember, solve problems and make decisions, as well as safeguarding against stress, mood swings and depression.

One of the important aspects of managing poor sleep is manage blood sugar balance through our diets. This will have an immediate positive effect on our hormones, cortisol and melatonin which support a healthy circadian rhythm.

Jane Mostowfi.
Registered Nutritional Therapist at Therapeutic Kitchen. 


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