Ruth Taylor Nutrition, Nutritional Therapist, Romsey, Hampshire

My approach

I work using a functional medicine approach to allow me to gain an in-depth understanding of your health issue and what the underlying cause of this may be. Using an evidence-based approach to nutritional medicine and the most up to date diagnostic tests I work with my clients to make small and simple negotiated dietary and lifestyle changes simple dietary changes that are aimed at supporting your health and to ensure you get the results you are looking for. This can be through one to one consultations at my clinic or via Skype. Since qualifying in 2009 I have worked with hundreds of clients, with issues such as IBS, low energy, and hormonal imbalances helping them to manage their conditions and boost their health often overcoming debilitating symptoms.

“If the doctors of today do not become the nutritionists of tomorrow, then the nutritionists of today will become the doctors of tomorrow.”

~ Rockefeller Institute of Medicine research

Gut Health Clinic

The first Wednesday of every month in Romsey, Hampshire

Contact Ruth for more information or too book your place.

Gut Health Clinic Romsey Ruth Taylor

Functional Test for…


Food Intolerance




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My latest Blog posts…

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Happy healthy couple - Top health tips

Top Tips For Better Health

I am often asked for tips to improve health, digestive conditions and weight loss. Here are the top 8 simple things that I recommend…

Fasting - A clock on desk to symbolise a 16:8 or intermittent fast


Fasting is becoming a new health trend in the UK and is worth considering to support a variety of conditions, such as digestive imbalances, detoxification as well as aiding reversal of insulin resistance (a pre-diabetic condition) and can help to support weight loss. Over snacking We have become a nation of snackers and there is…

Blog Entry - Sleep

The art and science of sleep

We all anecdotally know that sleep is vital to having optimal levels of energy, but recent research has explored the impact of poor sleep and insomnia on our health and has made some interesting discoveries. Chronic insomnia is described as having sleep issues for longer than 6 months. Health risks associated with insomnia Hypertension Research…

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01794 523055