Emilie Berthet Clairet
A registered medical doctor, Emilie Berthet Clairet, practised in the specialist field of human biology before moving to Hong Kong 12 years ago. Inspired after becoming a mother of three, she turned her attention to her greatest passions: nutrition, fitness and holistic health.
During her practice as a nutritionist, she realizes the importance of considering the person as a whole. While modern medicine tends to approach things by sector, it notices how a more holistic approach can benefit. Integrating diet into a lifestyle, medical context, and socio-cultural habits is essential for achieving long-term beneficial health changes. Today, she works as a registered holistic nutritionist. (National Association of Nutrition Professionals).
She now approaches nutrition by not limiting herself only to what you eat but by associating physical, emotional, mental and spiritual dimensions to help her patients acquire a healthy lifestyle that best matches their specificity. As a trained medical doctor, she can also provide nutritional support to patients during illnesses and medical treatment. Thanks to a specialisation in human microbiology, she often works more specifically on rebalancing the gut, our “second brain”.
We are preparing our future health now, through diet and habits, and “healthy habit” is only really healthy if you keep it for good. Emilie understands this and uses her comprehensive medical and holistic background to accompany each patient, with or without a medical condition, to their future health.
About Holistic Nutrition
Emilie Berthet Clairet firmly believes that one’s health is an expression of the complex interplay between various aspects of one's life and being. Her holistic method is a comprehensive approach to health, taking into account the human being as a whole, rather than considering each organ, system and specialty separately. The philosophy of holistic nutrition is that our health is an expression of the complex interaction between various aspects of our life and our being. Physical and chemical, mental and emotional, as well as spiritual and environmental factors all have an impact on our well-being. As a holistic nutritionist Emilie looks at an individual as a whole, looking at not just their food intake but also including their physical and emotional state of health, their environment, their lifestyle.