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Your LOCAL Nutritional Therapists in Magherafelt - Take the first step to improving your health. Call today.

Lifestyle Nutrition are professional nutritional therapists in Magherafelt providing high quality nutritional advice for a wide range of ailments and chronic conditions, including:

  • Weight management
  • Allergies
  • IBS (irritable bowel symptoms)
  • ME
  • Skin conditions
  • Low energy


We are expert nutritionists in Magherafelt and provide bespoke nutritional advice and treatments, including:

  • Designing menu's specific to you
  • Colonic cleansing
  • Stress management services


So if you are a busy person needing more energy or recovering from illness, Lifestyle Nutrition can put you on the right path to a healthy future.

We have over 17 years experience helping people to achieve a healthier lifestyle.
You can get slim, healthy and full of energy and we help you get there.

You'll get all the help and support you need to guide you on your path to a healthier life. Call now and kick start the healthier, more energetic you!

Lifestyle Nutrition
  • nutritional therapy advice includes:
    • Weight Management:

      We provide nutritional programs for those who have problems managing their weight or disordered eating.

    • Allergies:

      We provide expert nutritional advice that can help you manage your allergies.

    • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome):

      We provide individual nutritional programs to remove the irritation from the bowel and allow it to heal.

    • ME (Myalgic Encephalopathy):

      We provide professional nutritional advice to those with ME. Helping you manage and reduce the symptoms.

    • Skin Conditions:

      We identify the problem foods, which allows the skin to heal in a range of skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis, etc.

    • Low Energy:

      If you are a very busy person and need more energy, we will provide an eating plan which will increase your energy in a natural way.

    Healthy Eating Advice in Magherafelt:

    At Lifestyle Nutrition we provide expert healthy eating advice and help create eating programs to help you get back on the right path. We provide home visits and serve the whole of Magherafelt and surrounding areas, including Tobermore, Draperstown, Desertmartin, Castledawson, Ballyronan, Moneymore, Toomebridge, Bellaghy, etc.

    Colonic Cleansing:

    This is an 8 week program, which includes an individual eating program, supplements to rebalance intestinal flora and bowel flushing.

    Stress Management:

    Many of the named problems are associated with stress, therefore stress management is an integral part of our services.

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    • Is your metabolism sluggish? Try this 30 day cleansing programme to boost your weight loss! Terrazyme - supports healthy digestive balance and function Zendocrine – supports healthy cleansing and function of the liver, kidneys , colon lungs and skin Start both on day 1 of your thirty days and take as directed for 30 days. GX Assist – to assist in rebalancing the intestinal tracts flora Start on day 11 and take until day 20. PB Assist + - to encourage the growth of friendly bacteria Start on day 21 and take until day 30. Slim and Sassy Metabolic Blend – promotes weight loss in a healthy natural way. Start after 30 days of cleansing and take for 30 days You will also receive a personalised healthy eating programme and support. Call Colette on 07757 385061 Facebook.com17th Jun, 2017

    • Optimal Nutrition for Vegan Hardly a day goes by without another celebrity announcing they have decided to go vegan. More restaurants and pubs are offering vegan menus, and vegan alternatives are appearing in supermarkets. In the USA, one of the largest medical management companies, Kaiser Permanente, has started to recommend plant based diets to their patients across the many hospitals under their wing. Doctor N. Barnard has just opened a fully vegan Medical Centre in Washington. In the UK, successful bloggers and cook-book authors are flying the plant based flag. vegan-salad Recent research conducted by the Vegan Society has shown a 350% increase in the number of people eating a vegan diet. What is behind the plant based revolution? The world is waking up to the impact that over-production of meat has on our planet, and the over-consumption of animal products has on our health. A whole food plant based diet has been shown to reduce cancer risk, and to help with the management and even reversal of some of our most common chronic diseases like Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. In the USA, Medicare offers Dr Dean Ornish’s low fat plant based lifestyle program as an alternative to surgical intervention for patients with heart disease. His program has been proven to alter the expression of around 500 genes, proving we are not slaves to our genes. It has to be stressed that not every vegan diet is healthy; chips, soya mince, and many fizzy drinks or biscuits are vegan but not healthy. As with any diet, basing your meals around processed nutrient-void foods cannot result in a healthy body and mind. The secret to a healthy vegan diet is eating an abundance of unprocessed, nutrient-dense foods in the most natural state possible. Half of the plate should be filled with vegetables, eating all the colours of the rainbow every day, both raw and cooked. food-salad-healthy-vegetables One quarter of your plate should consist of complex carbohydrates and the last quarter should include a rich plant protein source such as beans, nuts or quinoa. Fats should come from whole foods sources such a nuts or avocados rather than processed oils. There are few nutrients that need extra attention when you decide to go on a plant based diet: Omega 3 fatty acids can be obtained from plant based sources such as flaxseeds, chia seeds and walnuts, but the body has to convert these to the beneficial DHA and EPA. Vegans have been shown to be more efficient at this conversion, however, vegan EPA/DHA supplements from algae are advisable for children, pregnant women, and anyone who is not getting enough omega 3s from their diet. Vitamin B12 can be deficient in vegan diets as nowadays our main supply comes from animal products. In nature, this vitamin is synthesised by bacteria. Unlike animals, we rarely eat anything unwashed and therefore we are not getting any vitamin It has been shown that our intestinal bacteria produce vitamin B12 but unfortunately this happens too low down in our digestive tract, which results in the vitamin B12 being excreted from our body rather than absorbed. Luckily, many vegan foods are fortified with B12. Vegans need to be mindful to include foods that are fortified with vitamin B12 in their diets, or to be sure to take a good quality B12 supplement. Vitamin A is also only available from animal sources. However, our bodies convert beta carotene (a red-orange pigment found in many fresh fruits and vegetables) into Vitamin A. To maximise this conversion it is important to eat beta carotene-rich foods with healthy fats. carrots-stack Iron deficiency is as frequent in vegans as it is in omnivores. The non-haem iron from plant sources is more difficult for the body to absorb but adding Vitamin C rich foods and avoiding foods that interfere with iron absorption will increase the availability of plant based iron. Zinc is also less bioavailable from plant sources. Lightly toasting nuts and seeds, soaking grains and cooking them with a couple of slices of onions increases the absorption of zinc. Vitamin C is also helpful alongside zinc rich foods. pecan-nuts Calcium has always been associated with dairy products, but there are many highly bioavailable plant based sources of this mineral such as green leafy vegetables, dried, figs, tahini, nuts and seeds. fig-halves Vitamin D is essential for calcium absorption and sunshine is the best source. Spending 15 minutes with sunshine hitting your bare skin will provide your daily need in summer. In the UK, supplementation can be advisable in the winter months, for everybody, not just vegans. By CNM Graduate and Nutritional Therapist, Linda Sims Facebook.com17th Jun, 2017

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    • New ‘iTOVi’ health and wellness scanner at lifestyle nutrition! What does the iTOVi scanner do? The iTOVi scanner combines bioimpedance, pressure sensor, temperature, and Bluetooth® technologies to generate personalized wellness evaluations. During an iTOVi scan hundreds of frequencies are sent to the body, one at a time. The body has a unique reaction to each of these frequencies. As the body reacts to the electrical current flow, iTOVi measures these reactions and recommends essential oils and supplements in response. How long does it take to have an iTOVi scan? It will take just a few minutes to complete the scan and about 30/40 minutes in total to discuss your results. Is there any pain or discomfort? No. It is a very simple, painless procedure. You simply press the scanner slightly into your palm until the scan is completed. . Will I need a repeat scan? Yes a repeat scan is recommended within 30 – 45 days. iTOVi technology takes into account your previous scans and as the scanner gathers more information about you body’s responses, the more intuitive your results become How much does it cost? The scan and consultation cost £20 and you will also need to purchase the recommended essential oils and supplements. How do I make an appointment for my iTOVi scan? Just call Colette at 07757 385061 or email colette@lifestylenutrition.co.uk . Facebook.com5th May, 2017

    • New ‘iTOVi’ health and wellness scanner at lifestyle nutrition! What does the iTOVi scanner do? The iTOVi scanner combines bioimpedance, pressure sensor, temperature, and Bluetooth® technologies to generate personalized wellness evaluations. During an iTOVi scan hundreds of frequencies are sent to the body, one at a time. The body has a unique reaction to each of these frequencies. As the body reacts to the electrical current flow, iTOVi measures these reactions and recommends essential oils and supplements in response. How long does it take to have an iTOVi scan? It will take just a few minutes to complete the scan and about 30/40 minutes in total to discuss your results. Is there any pain or discomfort? No. It is a very simple, painless procedure. You simply press the scanner slightly into your palm until the scan is completed. Will I need a repeat scan? Yes a repeat scan is recommended within 30 – 45 days. iTOVi technology takes into account your previous scans and as the scanner gathers more information about you body’s responses, the more intuitive your results become. How much does it cost? The scan and consultation cost £20 and you will also need to purchase the recommended essential oils and supplements. How do I make an appointment for my iTOVi scanner? Just call Colette at 07757 385061, leave a message on lifestyle facebook page, or email colette@lifestylenutrition.co.uk . Facebook.com5th May, 2017

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    • Very interesting! Facebook.com23rd Apr, 2017

    • Lifestyle Nutrition is bringing the latest in health scanners ! The iTOVi scanner combines bioimpedance, pressure sensor, temperature, and Bluetooth® technologies to generate personalized wellness evaluations. iTOVi measures and records each unique frequency as it relates to biopoints and vitamins, minerals and oils. During an iTOVi scan hundreds of frequencies are sent to the body, one at a time. The body has a unique reaction to each of these frequencies. As the body reacts to the electrical current flow, iTOVi measures these reactions If a recorded frequency falls outside a predetermined range, it is classified as “unresolved”.As the scan ends, the number of unresolved biopoints are recorded, analyzed, and compiled into a personalized iTOVi report. Based on the information gathered during each session, the iTOVi will recommend the oils or supplements which will help bring your body and its frequencies back to its optimal state. “I was amazed that the iTOVi scanner identified that I was feeling low emotionally and that my kidneys weren’t functioning optimally as I had a kidney infection the week before,” says Colette Rodgers from Lifestyle Nutrition. Since then there has been improvement in many people’s health because of the iTOVi scanner. A consultation and scanning session will take about 20 minutes and it is recommended to have a follow up scan within 2 to 4 weeks. Call 07757 385061 for an appointment. Facebook.com22nd Apr, 2017

    • Give your weight loss a kick start with a 30 day detox programme at lifestyle nutrition. Terrazyme - supports healthy digestive balance and function Zendocrine – supports healthy cleansing and function of the liver, kidneys , colon lungs and skin Start both on day 1 of your thirty days and take as directed for 30 days. GX Assist – to assist in rebalancing the intestinal tracts flora Start on day 11 and take until day 20. PB Assist + - to encourage the growth of friendly bacteria Start on day 21 and take until day 30. Slim and Sassy Metabolic Blend – promotes weight loss in a healthy natural way. Start after 30 days of cleansing and take for 30 days Phone Colette at 07757385061 for more info. Facebook.com22nd Apr, 2017

    • Essential Oils and Pregnancy by Jan James You may have come across many websites and books that debate which, if any, essential oils are safe during pregnancy. Just scrolling the web will show various studies that could scare any pregnant woman into never using an essential oil during her entire pregnancy. The problem with this, is that it is not clear on how pure the oils were that are used in these studies, and how much they used. With all the confusion that surrounds pregnancy and essential oils, It's just about ensuring you use the right oils and ALL of Doterra's are safe (but two - clary sage & fennel...see caution below) But with that being said, I do NOT have stewardship over your body or your baby. So, if you feel that certain essential oils are not for you, then by all means follow that intuition. PLEASE do not use any other oils other than Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade, like doTERRA. They are 100% pure, naturally extracted from plants. They do not contain fillers, chemicals, or artificial ingredients. They are free of pesticides, herbicides and any other chemical residues and far exceed the FDA standards for purity. CAUTION should be used with oils such as clary sage and fennel during pregnancy. These oils contain active constituents with hormone-like activity and could possibly stimulate adverse reactions in the mother, although there are no recorded cases in humans. First Trimester: Breast Tenderness: grapefruit, lavender and ylang ylang applied topically to the breasts. You may dilute with a carrier oil. Digestive Issues: DigestZen blend, lemon, or peppermint. Take 1-3 drops in water or massage it on your belly with a carrier oil. Feeling Blue: Make sure you are taking a prenatal vitamin and consider doTERRA's LifeLong Vitality Supplements. They are key to supporting your body through many hormonal changes that happen in the first trimester and throughout your pregnancy. A few oils that can help assist are: Citrus Bliss blend, Elevation, Balance (my favorite) wild orange, frankincense and ylang ylang. Excessive Tiredness: Citrus Bliss, Elevation, wild orange, lemon, grapefruit and peppermint. Place 1-2 drops in the palm of your hand, rub together, and inhale deeply for a quick pick-me-up. Head Tension & Dizziness: I LOVE PastTense blend and have had great success using it on my hormonal head tension. Also good are DeepBlue, lavender, peppermint, and Serenity. Apply to your temples, back of your neck and forehead. Morning Sickness: DigestZen, peppermint or ginger. You can open the bottle and smell it, place it in an empty capsule, or rub it on your belly. Second Trimester: Backache: use DeepBlue, lavender, rosemary or orange and massage with a carrier oil onto your back. Stretch Marks: Immortelle blend, lavender and myrrh, Citrus Bliss, cypress or geranium. Blend with a carrier oil and rub over your belly. Varicose Veins: use lemon, coriander, cypress, geranium, marjoram or helichrysum and apply directly over the affected area. You can dilute with a carrier oil if desired. Leg Cramps: soak feet in a warm bath with 5 drops geranium, 10 drops of lavender and 2 drops of cypress. Third Trimester: Acne or Itchy Skin: Geranium, lavender or sandalwood can be applied to your skin with a carrier oil to help any skin problems that arise. Sore Muscles: **mix any of the following oils with a carrier oil and massage over your sore muscles: DeepBlue, PastTense, lavender, ginger, marjoram, or wintergreen. Sleep Problems: use Serenity or lavender, on the bottoms of your feet at night or you could diffuse it in your room. Fluid Retention: circulation is key to maintaining a balance of fluid. Make sure you increase your protein and water intake, put lemon essential oil in your water, and massage any of the following oils on your feet and ankles: Citrus Bliss, cypress, lavender, ginger, or lemon. Hemorrhoids: if you're lucky to escape this reality of the 3rd trimester and birth, then count your blessings. There is a really great blend you can make to ease your discomfort. Mix 4 drops of cypress, 4 drops of helichrysum, 2 drops of peppermint with 1 ounce of a carrier oil or KY jelly. Apply to the affected area. So have a happy healthy pregnancy ........... Facebook.com13th Mar, 2017

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    • Turmeric – the golden spice. As seen in Local Women Magazine Turmeric (often also called Curcumin) has been used in India in ancient Ayurvedic medicine for around 2500 years. This golden powder was a key therapy for good liver health, and in traditional Chinese medicine, turmeric is still used regularly to treat liver and gallbladder problems. Modern research has proven many health benefits of this staple of Indian cuisine and medicine. It should be a staple in all our store cupboards as an overall health tonic. Recent studies have suggested that the herb has the ability to reduce the effects of Alzheimer’s disease. India has one of the lowest Alzheimer’s disease rates in the world, estimated at one percent of individuals over sixty-five; whereas, ten percent of Americans over sixty-five develop Alzheimer’s disease. Data from the University of California (UCLA) indicate that using vitamin D in combination with Curcumin-Turmeric may help prevent and treat Alzheimer's disease because of its ability to boost the immune system and protect the brain against beta-amyloid accumulation. This warming herb protects liver cells, and its curcumin content is beneficial for treating liver disease and may reverse liver damage caused by very excessive iron consumption and alcohol. Because Turmeric boosts the production of enzymes that digest sugar and fat, it is said to cut fat from the blood and may be helpful in weight loss regimens. Indian healers have used Turmeric for thousands of years to control weight problems. Turmeric has a long history as a warming herb that helps to stimulate the digestive tract and improve digestion. Its mild aromatic properties have been used for thousands of years to stop stomach irritation but, take care, it should not be overused. The exact mechanism is not wholly understood, but research confirms that the herb does protect gastric mucosa, helping to ease indigestion and other digestive problems. Turmeric is a potent non-steroidal anti-inflammatory that has been very beneficial in the treatment of rheumatism and arthritis. It is said to reduce inflammation of both osteo- and rheumatoid arthritis and reduces swelling in recent bruises, wounds and insect bites. It is also considered a herbal pain reliever that can be helpful for easing muscle pains and sports injuries, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and bursitis. Turmeric is said to improve blood vessel health and stimulate the entire circulatory system. The curcumin content is considered a vasodilator that helps to relax blood vessels, which helps to regulate blood pressure, thereby possibly lessening a risk of heart attack. As a warming stimulant, Turmeric enhances the respiratory system and is often used to relieve head colds, sinusitis and coughs, and ease chest congestion. Turmeric is said to stimulate the immune system, and research claims that it appears to effectively fight free radicals. Scientists from Ireland’s University College Cork Cancer Research Centre found that Turmeric can kill off cancer cells in lab tests. The 2009 research, which was published in the British Journal of Cancer, demonstrated that Curcumin, the active chemical in Turmeric can destroy gullet cancer cells, and the team indicated that this natural remedy started to kill cancer cells within twenty-four hours. Research continues on a worldwide basis to determine how best to use curcumin in the fight against cancer. As an overall cleansing herb, Turmeric is thought to accelerate the detoxification process in the whole body. It is an antiviral and fights viral infection. There is some indication that Turmeric may help to inhibit HIV infection from progressing to full-blown AIDS by acting as a protease inhibitor. It is considered an antibacterial and has been known to kill parasites, fight skin infection (acne) and improve the texture and smoothness of the skin. The herb is also said to possess antifungal properties, inhibiting yeast overgrowth. Finally, the herb appears to be an effective tonic that normalizes energy flow, enhances the immune system and improves overall good health. Put it in your soups and stews, add it to your juices and smoothies but turmeric is said to work best when taken on an empty stomach I'd suggest stirring a teaspoonful into a glass of warm water first thing in the morning and drink it all! Disclaimer: The information presented here is intended for educational purposes only. These statements are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider. Facebook.com9th Mar, 2017

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