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Randhiraj Bilan answers your questions on nutrition with a special interest in world foods & massage.

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Randhiraj is a fully qualified and registered nutritionist and creates bespoke plans for clients using the latest research and evidence. Nourished naturally which provides individualised nutrition programmes to individuals and families in order to maximise their individualised bespoke nutritional health needs. She promotes nutrition using natural food which is wholesome, rich in vitality and inspires them to take control of their own health and wellbeing needs.

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Randhiraj Optimises wellbeing with easy to follow recipes and nutritional programmes and offers cooking workshops specialising in world food which is interesting and healthy. She uses the ancient wisdom of traditional Chinese philosophy and the 5 elements Water, Fire, Wood, Metal, Earth. A proven system for helping restore organ function and optimising health. She encourages all clients to Re-look, Re-Balance, Re-treive, Re- claim their diets to feel great all of the time.

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Randhiraj is a Metabolic Balance Coach for Weight loss which is a clinically proven programme that resets hormones which provides a long term programme to maintain a heathy weight. She attends regular courses, seminars and is part of a number of study groups which keep her up to date and well informed of changes. She attends regular CPD events on nutrition, wellness and holistic therapies. Randhiraj holds an ITEC Diploma in Anatomy Physiology and Swedish massage; offering hot and cold stone massage to benefit clients who have followed her individualised diet and detox programme.


Randhiraj Bilan D.N.N. website: http://www.nourishednaturally.co.uk Mobile: 07976 686592

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What can i eat?

Hey Randhiraj, i'm wondering if you can help. I can't eat dairy, i can't eat anything with wheat. I don't eat eggs or fish and i rarely eat meat. I'm also allergic to some fruit - apples, plums and nuts. I'm living on supplements and smoothies and protein shakes and lose weight easily. do you have any advice that could help me stay healthy? Gee

3 replies , 27 views guydee79, Barnet - Thu, 23 Jun 2016

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