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If you feel low in energy, concentration, you have poor performance at work/university or at the gym, it may be a sign that your body is not getting the right amount or type of nutrients. If you are struggling to keep up with a busy lifestyle, it may be worth taking a closer look at your eating habits. Poor mental health (low mood, emotional ups and downs) have been also linked with the way we eat, especially via our hormonal balance and gut health. 

A registered dietitian can identify potential deficiencies, reveal eating habits that may negatively impact on your overall health, and support you with impleneting small dietary changes that can make a huge different to your quality of life. Everyone deserves to live life to its fullest potential, feeling energised and motivated to keep an optimal work life balance with their desired activities, hobbies, or simply spending quality time with their friends and loved ones. 

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