Kay van Beersum - Nutrition & Lifestyle

Food and anxiety

Food, anxiety and stress are intricately linked. Food impacts our brain and body in a multitude of ways. Some foods can make us feel jittery, restless, agitated, or low in mood and energy. Undiagnosed food intolerances can even lead to insomnia and feeling depressed.

Other foods can help to balance our mood, enhance concentration and reduce our overall stress levels. Eating the right diet paired with breathing correctly can significantly improve our ability to handle stress, control our anxiety and feel much more in charge of our overall wellbeing  The steps are easy and they are available to you.

Initial Consultation

  • You are offered a free 15 minute telephone consultation to discuss your health concerns and to establish if nutritional support is right for you.


  • Once a consultation date and time are set, you will be asked to complete a health questionnaire and keep a food diary.


  • During your consultation, we will formulate an individual programme for you which is both practical and achievable.


  • Natural supplements and diagnostic tests (e.g. adrenal stress test, food intolerance tests) may be recommended at additional cost if deemed necessary.

  • Nutritional support work best in combination with breathing support. Combination packages are available

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Follow Up Consultation


  • During your follow up consultation we review your progress and address particular issues, difficulties or additional goals

  • The number of follow up sessions needed varies depending on individual requirements. Some clients find quick relief from their stress issues when combining nutrition and breathwork

  • Email support is provided in between sessions

Terms & Conditions: Cancellation of consultation

At least 48 hours notice must be given for cancellations of your consultation.  Cancellations within 48 hours or non-attendance are charged at 50% of the consultation fee.

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