Michelle Baransky – Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP)

After years in the corporate world, I finally put 2020 to good use and studied my passion. 

Hi, I’m Michelle. I am a wife to Patrick, and a mother of 2 pre-teens girls, Rachel & Kiara. I am a keen runner. Running, sometimes crazy distances, including marathons and ultra-marathons. I have also taken up cycling, because, you just cannot NOT cycle in the Netherlands! This country was built for bicycles.

I spent many years in the corporate world where I longed to able to make a personal impact on people’s lives. Always having had a key interest in nutrition and diet, I decided in 2020, but not knowing that at the start what a trying year it would be, I embarked on a journey and formalised my passion. I had researched many courses and institutions and finally discovered one whose beliefs were that of my own, the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA). That is – every one of us are unique, our body’s needs are unique, and so should our diets. In November of 2020, I completed my studies to become a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP).

Now more than ever, our health and immunity is in the spotlight. I have always firmly believed that nature has given us all that we need to survive and weather any storm… it put our medicine in our food. We just need to eat the right foods for us. We were born to live vibrant, energetic lives! Why should we settle for anything less? !

With Nutritional therapy, we help our body’s innate ability to be able to heal itself. By eating a properly prepared, nutrient dense, whole food diet, and focusing on our body’s foundational systems, ensuring they are working properly. We can maximise our vibrancy and energy!

I specialise in helping those with anxiety and overwhelm. It is not uncommon these days to live with anxiety or feel overwhelmed. There is a lot going on in the world. But with the correct nutritional support, you and your body can work together to build up resistance to a lot of external pressures.

If it comes from a plant, eat it.
If it is made in a plant, Don’t.
~ michael pollen