ask Denise about combining Nutritional Therapy with Personal Training and lifestyle choices.
Our expert - Hormone health expert Denise Chester
Denise is the owner of women’s health business . Combining Nutritional Therapy with Personal Training and lifestyle advice, Denise specialises in the areas of hormone and core & pelvic health.
Many women experience challenges to their wellbeing without knowing there is help out there for them. Denise has made it her mission to educate, empower and encourage women in north London to take a more active role in their own health.
Understanding that weight gain, low mood, excessive tiredness, poor sleep and stress incontinence could all be linked to hormone imbalance is the first step. Denise helps women make positive change to how they eat, move and think so they can feel and look better for life.
Denise is qualified in Dip ION Nutritional Therapy (Institute for Optimum Nutrition, 2006) & Personal Training (YMCA 2013)
You can contact Denise through her website at www.hormonehealth.solutions or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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