This website is for information purposes only. It’s not for advice, diagnosis or treatment.
Nor is it a substitute for medical care.
The complementary therapies I provide are not a substitute for medical care either.
Changes in food, nutrition and lifestyle can have big impacts on your health and wellbeing. Yay!
But it is up to you to check with your doctor that changes are suitable for you. If there are any unwanted changes as a result of any changes you voluntarily implement, also check with your doctor. Never ignore medical advice or delay getting medical advice because of something you read here.
Following any info or recommendations provided on my website and blog are at your sole risk.
I can’t guarantee the outcome of my recommendations. Statements about potential outcomes are my opinion.
I can’t guarantee any particular results, as results are based on factors way beyond my control.
Links on this website are also provided for information. I do recommend the services in Kathy Loves because I use them and rate them. But the content of any linked sites is theirs -I am not responsible for their availability, accuracy or content.
Any reviews or endorsements of my work are not guarantees or prediction of outcomes of my programmes or consultations.
The testimonials on this website are the anecdotal experience of women and couples I’ve worked with.
The website contains intellectual property owned by me, including copyrights, proprietary information and other intellectual property.
You are not able to modify, publish, transmit, transfer, sell, copy or in any way exploit in any format any of the content contained on the website, without my prior written consent. Soz.
I reserve the right to remove your access to the website, including access to any products/services offered, without refund, if I suspect you’re violating my intellectual property.
Some of the links contained in the website (including any blog posts, articles, newsletters, or other materials) are links to products or services provided by others.
I may receive a commission if you click on the link or make a purchase from some of the third parties. I only recommend products and services that I have tried and believe are high quality and fit for purpose.
Following my recommendations is at your own risk.
I am open about affiliate information when practical, but oversights can happen. No-one’s perfect.
Your privacy is super important to me, but any personal information you voluntarily share on any of my pages, groups or video-chat facilities is not covered by that policy.
Your privacy really is important to me. Any information that can personally identify you (your name, your date of birth, your address/email address etc.) that you provide to me directly is protected.
I only collect information to allow me to provide my services.
I will not share or sell any of this information to any third parties and the only people who may have access to it will be members of my team (contracted or employed).
Please be aware that info shared over the internet and electronic storage are never 100% safe.
All services provided by way of this website are governed by UK laws.
In the UK, there is a self-appointed monitoring body called the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). It is not a government body. I still make every attempt to follow their guidance.
The ASA recommends that health practitioners do not say that they treat anything that is not sanctioned by them. Any statements that we treat medical conditions, the ASA states, should be substantiated by “robust scientific evidence, such as clinical trials conducted on people”.
These trials require huge resources, taking many years to produce and costing many thousands of pounds for each and every condition. To put this into context, only 11% of conventional medical practices have been shown to be effective by “robust evidence”, with a further 23% backed by less well-established evidence.
More than half of medical practice is not backed by evidence at all.
Nevertheless, the ASA does not allow complementary health practitioners to say that they treat anything. Nor does it recognise trials and studies conducted into complementary therapies.
The ASA has also expressed concern that people with serious medical conditions could be discouraged from seeking advice and treatment from a qualified medical practitioner.
I always encourage people to see an appropriately qualified medical practitioner.