Nutritionist Opens Health Store Amid Fears Concerning Malnutrition in the UK

June 12, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Manchester based nutritional consultancy Elizabeth Harfleet WellBeing is set to expand its services further with the opening of a new online health store.

‘At one time in our human history, we could easily access all our nutritional requirements from food. However, a wide range of factors, especially those relating to the environment means that this is sadly no longer guaranteed. As a result, there is now a strong case for offering extra support to the daily diet.’ explains Elizabeth.

Amazingly, in the UK, clinically diagnosed malnutrition is actually on the increase. A recent report stated that doctors are starting to see symptoms which have only been encountered in developing countries up till now.

The new Elizabeth Harfleet WellBeing Health Store has been designed to meet the needs of the discerning health consumer looking for good quality nutritional supplements at the click of a mouse. The aim is to help customers ensure that they are feeding their bodies with all the vitamins and minerals needed for a healthy lifestyle.

The current product range of vitamins, minerals and herbal formulas features Elizabeth Harfleet’s own label brand, together with those of other carefully selected suppliers. The Health Store is easy to navigate and provides consumers with detailed information about each product.

The Health Store is set to expand yet further, with a range of organic Personal Care products planned for later this year.

Says Elizabeth, ‘With a wealth of nutritional supplements available both in the high street and online, I wanted to offer my clients and customers a high quality range of products I could literally put my name to. Personal service and customer care is a high priority at Elizabeth Harfleet WellBeing. Unlike some health stores and online stores, I am able to offer professional help and advice to customers, either by phone or email.’

Elizabeth adds, ‘Vitamin and mineral supplements and herbal formulas should not be used to replace food, but used in conjunction with a healthy balanced diet, may help to give extra support to general health as well as specific conditions. It is recommended that any new or unusual symptoms should first be discussed with a health professional before using dietary supplements as part of a treatment.’

The Health Store can be accessed by visiting: