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Meeting with Valérie Espinasse, micronutrient specialist

What are the principles of micro-nutrition? 

The aim of micronutrition is to act, either as a preventive or curative measure, by providing specific micronutrients for therapeutic purposes. 

It is a natural therapy that allows the body to function optimally and to rebalance certain metabolisms in case of deficit or deficiency. 

Can you introduce us to your global health method? 

My method is a global and personalized approach based on food intolerances.

A global approach by linking the different symptoms of my patients or their pathologies: the visible signs are often the top of the iceberg and I look underneath! 

A personalized approach by linking family heredity to the symptoms of my patients and by considering their time of life and using specific assessments (food intolerances, intestinal microbiota,...) to adapt specific diets.

My method is natural, based on dietary changes and the use of micronutrition, it allows me to take care of: digestive, skin, weight, sleep/stress/energy, migraine, pain/inflammation, immunity, gynecology (cystitis, mycosis), hormonal (PMS, menopause, PCOS, endometriosis, thyroid, ...), allergies and also prevent aging.

Do you have any tips for the change of season?

It is above all the end of winter with often an associated fatigue! 

Have a qualified breakfast: 1 egg + 1 slice of rye or buckwheat bread + avocado or olive oil + seeds and depending on your hunger, add almonds, hazelnuts, cashews.

Don't abuse coffee, which can be a false friend in case of fatigue: 1 to 2 a day, but no more than that, otherwise you'll feel tired in the middle of the afternoon.

Have a fruit-based snack around 4-5pm: bananas are perfect at this time of year. 

Do you have anything to add?

Hippocrates, the ancient physician, said "Let your food be your first medicine".

I made it my motto!

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