Are you tired of feeling tired?
Do you feel that no matter what you do you have no energy?
Whether you are recovering from a virus or you simply can’t seem to find the energy to do the things you used to do, recovery is easier and more effective with professional support. My Energy Reboot Programme is designed to help you.
Just imagine this….
You’ve just woken up, you feel full of energy and your mind is clear.
You eat a healthy breakfast and you have stable energy throughout the day. Your mood is good, you haven’t had any energy dips and you have sharp concentration.
People begin to comment how well you’re looking and that you have a healthy glow and importantly you are feeling well – every day!
Welcome to the new you!
How can I help
By listening to you, I will address the root cause of your symptoms and empower you with the knowledge and support to take back control of your own health. I do this by offering personalised nutrition programmes and lifestyle recommendations.
In addition, I can offer you a heart rate variability test to evaluate how your autonomic nervous system is working and to see if your body is in balance. This helps me to develop the correct plan for you, focusing on supporting your mitochondria (the power house of your cells), through the use of therapeutic foods and specific supplements that support the body in the production of energy
Mitochondria are present in nearly every cell in the human body and are vital for our health. They are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell and when they stop functioning, you feel tired
What are mitochondria?
Each cell in the body can contain thousands of mitochondria and the number largely depends on the function of each cell. For example, heart and brain cells need much more mitochondria to generate energy and have about 6,000 mitochondria per cell.
The “mighty mitochondria” are the cellular powerhouses that keep your metabolism humming by consuming oxygen and turning sugars, fats and proteins that we eat, into forms of chemical energy called adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
They help turn the energy we take in from carbohydrates, fats and protein into energy that the cell can use.
Why you feel tired
When the mitochondria are working well for us, they help to reduce fatigue, pain, and cognitive problems while supporting muscle mass and burning excess fat. So you feel better, think more clearly, and experience fewer aches and stiffness, all while improving body composition.
But, mitochondria are susceptible to nutrient deficiencies, environmental toxins and oxidative damage. So when mitochondria stop functioning, the cells they are in are starved of energy and you will feel tired much quicker.
Key nutrients that support mitochondrial energy production
- B1, B2, B3, B5, Lipate
- Coenzyme Q10
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin K
- Alpha-Lipoic Acid
- Phosphatidyl Choline
- Pantothenic Acid (B5)
Energy reboot programme
I offer a personalised nutrition and lifestyle energy reboot programme that will help you regain lost energy and revitalise your life.
- In depth health and lifestyle assessment reviewing symptoms, family history, medical history and lifestyle factors
- Food diary review
- Personalised nutrition guidance with food plans
- Personalised lifestyle recommendations
- Heart Rate Variability test if appropriate
- Recommendations on clinical tests if relevant
- Current medication and nutrient interaction evaluation if relevant
- Initial Consultation plus 4 follow ups
The Energy Reboot Programme may include:
In addition to food recommendations I may also recommend specific supplements formulated to enhance mitochondrial health
Suzannah Jackson is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, Naturopath and Health Coach
Qualifications: Nutritional Therapy and Naturopath Dip CNM, Mitochondrial Rescue Practitioner, AFMCP-UK Graduate 2018
The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) was set up by the government to protect the public. All CNHC registrants have agreed to be bound by the highest standards of conduct and they are all professionally trained and fully insured to practise.
Portrait of Suzannah by Anne Williamson Photography