If you’ve tried everything, what’s the next step?


I specialise in providing expert analysis and balancing of minerals for optimum health

Minerals are the foundation of our health. Until we get our foundation right, we often can’t fix other underlying health conditions.

I also have a huge amount of experience in gut and digestive health.

The right route to health can vary from person to person, so I complement mineral balancing with conventional nutritional advice.



I work with clients who have a variety of issues such as digestive symptoms, IBS, infertility, fatigue, weight management, food intolerances, liver dysfunction, poor sleep, stress, adrenal, thyroid or hormonal problems.

I also work with complex and sensitive cases, children on the autism spectrum, PANDAS or PANS, or those with behavioural and learning difficulties.

Many of my clients have said they have tried ‘everything’. Often they have spent years chasing symptoms such as candida, digestive issues or fatigue with no real success.



We are all unique and have different imbalances, excesses and deficiencies of minerals, so ‘test don’t guess’. 

I offer Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) tests, this test measures the mineral content of hair (see sample opposite).

The test gives a huge amount of information such as adrenal, thyroid and digestive health, metabolism and hormonal balance. It also indicates the state of the cardiovascular and nervous systems and heavy metals.

It is non-invasive and not as expensive as some other tests.

I will analyse the tests for you and provide a personalised mineral and nutrient plan.



I am a qualified nutritionist and a certified HTMA practioner with a background in food science and drug safety.

If you would like to get in touch you can email me directly at kathryn@routestonutrition.co.uk or by filling in the Contact form. I look forward to hearing from you.


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