Talk Radio interview on nutritional therapy

  • My name is Teresa Henry, I’m a fully qualified nutritional therapist. I moved here to Fuengirola in December last year from England. 

    I’ve been slowly setting up my nutritional therapy clinic here after practising in England. I say slowly because I had no idea the impact such a move can make on my own health and well being! So I’m definitely trying to follow some of my own nutritional advice. I’ve had to take things slowly in order to preserve my own health and manage my stress levels, which isn’t always easy. Stress has a huge impact on blood sugar, hormonal health such as menopause and peri-menopause and general well being. It’s a huge drain on our bodies resources.

    Anyway, I digress. Last week I did a radio interview with Talk Radio Europe about nutritional therapy and my various nutritional tips and tricks for improving health. Talk Radio Europe is 'the only English speaking talk radio network' here in Spain with a large range of high quality talk programmes and interviews from a huge variety of interesting guests from around the world.

    So when Ali Meehan from Costa Women here gave me the opportunity to talk about my nutritional therapy business and do an interview for TRE, I just jumped at the chance!

    It was arranged that I had an interview with Selina Mackenzie on her interesting 'Lifestyles' show which includes 'health' as one of the many topics she covers in her show which has a daily slot in the afternoon.

    My interview was arranged for Tuesday 19th November 2019 at 2.10pm. I had assumed that there would be time to just run through some questions before so when Selina called me at 2.10pm and said I was on air, 'live' in one and a half minutes, I didn't quite believe her and suddenly, there I was really 'live' on my first radio interview!. It was a bit of a shock, I had no time to collate my well prepared talk, I just had to go with it! Selina was amazing, and handled my shock rather well!

    In my interview I describe what is nutritional therapy, how nutritional therapy is based very much on the individual and is a holistic, safe and natural way to improve health. I give some tips on eating to boost energy, lose weight and if you have diabetes (or even if you do not) how you can control blood sugar, some foods for menopause and explain a little about the different types of IBS.

    Listen to my 'What is nutritional therapy? radio interview here and let me know what you think and if you have any ideas for topics for my next interview!


    For further information about how nutritional therapy can help manage diabetes, menopause and weight loss, contact Teresa Henry, a nutritional therapist who runs Slender Health Nutrition based in Fuengirola, Costa del Sol, Spain. You can also follow her on Twitter @slenderhealthNT or on Facebook.