"Every time we put food in our mouth, we have the power to nourish our body or promote ill-health."

Dominique Ludwig

"Every time we put food in our mouth, we have the power to nourish our body or promote ill-health."

Dominique Ludwig

Dominique Ludwig -Nutritionist

Why should you see a Nutritionist?

I am a Nutritionist, MSc working in the South East, as well as being a registered Nutritional Therapist. Nutritional Therapy is the science behind the food we eat, our nutritional status and of course our overall health so seeing a nutritionist could help you reach your health goals faster. Understanding how diet can have far reaching effects on our body can help you feel better, but also more energised.

As a Nutritionist, I have been trained clinically to help you get the root cause of your health problems. If you feel like you need a health MOT or have a health condition you would like to understand better, then seeing a qualified nutritionist or nutritional therapist might be a good starting point.

 Nutritional therapy is now recognised as being beneficial for a number of different health conditions, including all the conditions below.

They are not so naughty… but oh, so nice

I can’t think of many cookbooks that don’t have a sweet or desserts section! Sweet foods and simple carbohydrates light up the pleasure centres in our brains. All of these recipes work on the principle that we can still enjoy some sweet foods, but in smaller amount

Renew   Reset    Recharge

Renew Reset Recharge is my very own nutrition and food programme that helps you find your balance, lose weight and feel healthier, happier and more in control of your diet. I designed this programme by listening to what my clients really wanted from a nutrition programme. A plan that was super-healthy, easy to follow, in-line with current research and gave people the results they were looking for. Most importantly, people wanted a programme that was sustainable long term and one where they never felt deprived.

So many people told me that they felt tired, bloated and overweight, or that they had digestive issues, hormones that are out of balance or suffered from poor sleep. To top it all, they describe feeling overwhelmed with all the nutrition and diet advice available to them. 

Renew Reset Recharge is a completely different approach that taps into the unique way we are designed to eat. It has been created to help you feel amazing, balanced, energised, rejuvenated and refreshed! Weight loss works best when we are well nourished and not hungry and this programme makes weight loss easy and maintaining weight simple. 

This programme is about shifting our eating habits and is not just about losing weight!  In fact, many of my clients choose to adopt this programme to rebalance their body or tackle an existing health problem and not to lose weight at all. Diets are something you go on for a short amount of time to lose weight, only to go back to normal afterwards. This is why diets are mostly unsuccessful. They often fail to change the way we think about food, leading to the vicious cycle of weight loss followed by weight gain.

What is Metabolic Balance®?

Metabolic Balance® is a unique nutrition and weight management programme which was developed in Germany in 2002. This award winning programme is an extremely healthy nutrition approach based on years of scientific research. What sets it apart from all other nutrition and diet programmes is that it is completely tailored to YOU. It walks you through a structured programme lasting around 3 months. Metabolic Balance® is especially good if you have a cardiometabolic health condition, such as Type 2 diabetes or cardiovascular disease, or if you have a number of health issues that you would like to tacke at the same time.

Nutritional science - cherries - Dominique Ludwig



If you want to learn more about how I work, listen to the following link:


DIVORCE GODDESS Podcast – For advice on how to eat well on a budget, listen to:


I discuss the impact of coeliac disease and how a nutritionist can help


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