My approach

Types of health concerns nutrition can support

Nutrition therapy can support a wide range of health issues. Examples of conditions that respond well to the nutritional approach include: digestion, weight management, hormonal balance for woman and men, mind and mood related issues, improved energy, and enhanced immunity. Many conditions which seem unrelated to diet may be helped or alleviated through nutritional therapy. The nutritional approach can also be a powerful tool for the prevention of many chronic diseases of later life.

Women’s health: from menstruation to menopause, nutritional approaches to conditions affecting women through out their life cycle including: premenstrual syndrome, endometriosis, PCOS, dysmenorrhoea, fertility, preconception and pregnancy, menopause, cardio vascular health and osteoporosis, hormonal balance.

Men’s health: nutritional approaches to conditions affecting men through out their life cycle: cardiovascular health, prostate health, fertility, fitness and vitality, hormonal balance.

Children’s health: optimizing ur child’s health and nutrient needs to support  growth and development, activity, including brain development/function. Support and recommendations on breastfeeding, infant nutrition (appropriate timing/introduction and composition of complementary foods aka weaning foods), child and adolescent nutrition.

Digestion: indigestion, IBS, constipation, diarrhoea, heart burn (gastroesophegeal reflux disease), ulcers, gallstones, liver support and detoxification.

Cardiovascular health: prevention and nutritional management of dyslipidemia (high cholesterol [high LDL, low HDL], high triglycerides) hypertension, metabolic syndrome.

Diabetes: prevention and nutritional management of pre diabetes and diabetes (type 1 and type 2).

Weight management: weight loss and maintenance, physical activity/fitness advice

Food allergies/intolerance/sensitivities: consideration and management of dietary causes, digestion support and elimination diets.

Allergies: nutritional management of symptoms relating to hay fever and asthma

Stress management: nutritional and lifestyle advice on how to manage stress, adrenal insufficiency/fatigue.

Mind and mood: nutritional management of depression, anxiety, concentration, memory and mental sharpness, migraine headaches, balanced and improved moods.

Cancer: prevention, dietary support during and after chemotherapy.

Skin: nutritional support for a variety of skin conditions including: acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, dry flaky skin, dandruff.

Eating disorders/disordered eating: nutritional support for anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, over eating, obesity.

Arthritis: nutrition support for the management of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout.

Sports nutrition: optimizing training and performance through diet for the competitive athletes, and for those concerned and interested in general fitness.

Fertility planning and Pregnancy: Pre conception, pregnancy, subfertility. Nutritional support for fertility, health and nutritional needs of woman pre conception, during pregnancy, and during breastfeeding.

Immune support: boost ur immune system to cope with the challenges of modern life, and help you combat colds and infections, aiming at ensuring nutrients necessary for immune health to improve disease resistance and recovery.

Optimal health: increased energy, anti aging, general well being

Other: chronic fatigue, nutritional support for  suboptimal energy levels


Nutritional management of health conditions is not a substitute for medical care or advice.

We are happy to work to support you effectively as part of your health care team.

You may have been referred by your physician or health care provider. If necessary or appropriate, your permission may be sought to consult your physician or health care provider.

You may be referred to your physician or a lab for specific laboratory  tests.

We look forward to welcoming you and for having the opportunity to support you through effective nutrition.


Nutrition is the cornerstone of health and well being. A balanced nutritional program seeks to assist your body’s innate healing ability. Small changes can have a large impact on your energy levels, your total state of well being, maximizing your potential for wellness and vibrancy, hopefully improving the quality of ur life, and where possible prevention of disease.

Nutrition has played a significant role in your life, even from before your birth, although you may not have always been aware of it. Nutrition will continue to affect you in major ways, depending on the food you select, your inherited strengths and weakness (your genes) and what you do and the way you live (your lifestyle).

You are not alone ! There is an ever increasing number of foods and products to choose from, some healthier than others. Perhaps the available time you have to prepare food or even to eat seems to shrink, and you are often eating on the go. To make matters worse, there is an overwhelming amount of seemingly contradictory advice on what to eat from experts, and reports in the news which routinely report results of the latest studies. Magazines regularly promote one diet or another. New diet and health books seem to hit the bestseller lists with regular frequency.

Working at the forefront of nutritional science, balance ur bod nutritionists keep abreast of  health and nutrition research literature, as well as governmental, nutrition/health association, and academic guidelines and recommendations.

Just as no two snow flakes are alike, no two humans are alike (unless you are an identical twin). We are as different on the biochemical level deep inside our bodies as we are in our appearance. This biochemical uniqueness is represented by the foods and food combinations that make us feel best:  the food or the proportions that nourish you may not be the same as someone else. There is unfortunately no ‘one size fits all’ diet.  Life would be simpler if there were, but also probably more boring…we aim to support you in sorting out what food mix works best for you in support of your health goals that fits into your life.

Lisa Fouladi Balance Ur Bod Nutrition Consultancy

Lisa, principle consultant and founder of balance ur bod nutrition consultancy is a qualified nutrition therapist (dip.ION), a Nutrition Therapy Council registered practitioner, and a current member of the British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutrition Therapy (BANT) and is bound by their codes of ethics and practice. She is fully insured, and dedicated to continuous study of current research and industry developments through Continued Professional Development (CPD).

In keeping with her quest for knowledge, Lisa is currently enrolled in yet another degree program, an MSc at the University of London (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) which she hopes to complete someday.

Although based in Zürich, Switzerland, she sees clients in the Geneva area, in Germany (Münster area) and in the UK (London and Windsor areas).

Lisa conducts one to one consultations with clients, advising on all aspects of nutrition and the effect food and lifestyle choices have on health and well being. Lisa works closely with her clients, assessing and identifying imbalances and individual needs, and supporting them in making the necessary dietary and lifestyle changes. She is deeply committed to supporting her client’s health through nutrition and stays at their side throughout the process.