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Seasons Greetings!

A message from Owner & Founder, Theresa Webb BA.DipNT.

“Wishing all our Kitchen Buddy customers and Naturopathic Nutrition patients a

Very Happy Christmas and may you enjoy greater health and happiness for the New Year 2015.”

To assist with this aim in mind, there are *new* Gift Vouchers available online for last minute gifts for those you would love to give the gift of a healthier 2015.

Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy Vouchers

These are available for any new patients seeking to promote their health aims for 2015 with a Special Christmas Offer saving 20% off regular cost fees. (See Nutrition pg or click below for further details on this offer).

1hr Initial Nutrition Consultation (with medical questionnaire) PLUS second, Follow up review session for 1hr to be booked via a clinic: either at Healthwise Therapy Centre (Blackheath) or the Natural Health Clinic (Holborn)  TOTAL £105.00

Or, select a 3hr Kitchen Buddy Workshop in the comfort of your own home, this Winter. Enjoy a 3 course organic meal of your choice with all menus and recipes supplied by Kitchen Buddy Nutritionist and Chef, Theresa for just  £95.00

Or, for a Sweet Gift Voucher for Raw Chocolates, delivered in the New Year, see On Raw Chocolate Dipped Dried Mango Pieces and After dinner Florentine Discs, with Almond, Apricot & Sour Cherry covered in dark Chocolate.

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Nutritional Therapy: Christmas Specials on Consultations for this year

Raw Chocolatier: Treats for all the family, Specials include

Kitchen Buddy Culinary Classes, Catering & Consultancy

Wild food foraging and the benefits of eating seasonally



Kitchen Buddy focuses on Sustainable, ecologically friendly and nutritious lifestyles for body and mind and the planet. By utilising and focusing on areas which are beneficial and to avoid companies or organisations which have a negative impact upon our environment.

Wheat as a crop damages the land and has a detrimental effect on human health in long-term consumption, in a refined form, particularly.

Meat & Dairy – livestock create excess pollution and greenhouse gases which prevent a reduction in global warming.

For a sustainable, ethical, nutritious and spiritual practice, without Wheat, Meat, Dairy and sugar, leaves us with plant foods to focus and the effects and benefits of a purely plant based diet and including a majority or totality of raw, living foods are notably profound.

  • Clean Blood; improves cardiovascular health, circulation, reduces blood pressure and cholesterol levels
  • Strong immune system
  • Calm nervous system
  • Colourful and easy to prepare
  • Energy, endurance, stamina and strength / strong muscle and skeletal health
  • Mind clarity; Alert, clearer thinking and intuition
  • Uplifts mood
  • Fast recovery from sport/athletics, exercise and dance
  • Glow; radiant skin
  • Clearer eyesight
  • Weight balance
  • Longevity and anti-aging
  • Deeper connections to nature, other people and the divine

Due to a number of factors:

Other species are specific in selecting either fresh prey (eg. carnivores, in the case of spiders) or fresh vegetation (herbivores). They do not use pots, pans or ovens and their survival rate is generally higher.

Nutrient dense; fresh foods consumed below 42 degrees in its natural state contains more vitamins and minerals than when cooked and heat processed food. Heat over this temperature destroys many of the life sustaining enzymes and distorts their molecular structure. It renders molecules as ‘denatured’.

High in digestive enzymes and antioxidants; all cellular life-enhancing properties, found in the multi-coloured vegetables and fruits during the seasons.

An Almond example: A fresh Almond contains the blue-print to grow into an Almond tree and to produce fruit and nuts, when planted into the earth. However, a toasted or roasted almond decays in the soil as its life and reproduction enzymes are destroyed and minimised in the heat.

We are what we eat and absorb

Our cells absorb what we eat and this affects our cellular make-up. What we eat can make a difference to how we feel, as well as how we grow and develop with skin conditions or digestive concerns, many of which right themselves through a change in diet as the body seeks to regulate and balance itself. Raw, living foods often provide a greater compliment of specific nutrients which promote healthier cellular rejuvenation. Consuming a higher proportion of our foods in a natural form, thereby avoiding wheat (& heated grain), meat & animal products and sugar improves our nutrient compliment.

The following positive, life affirming, raw vegan foods include: Fresh, ripe and ideally Organic wherever possible

Fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds (soaked or fresh), sprouting pulses and legumes, soaked\sprouted grain, any of the above fermented (& preserved) condiments made from these items.

Dehydrated foods eg savoury crackers and condiments such as miso or shoyu (though this is a heated soy product) also may often be included.