Adele Pelteret

Nutritional Therapist

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Adele Pelteret is a qualified Clinical Nutritionist and Integrative Lifestyle Consultant.

She helps to educate and re-educate people with regards to health through nutritional & lifestyle changes.

She uses nutritional therapy & nutritional 'medicine' as a treatment & support for a wide range of disorders, ailments, illnesses & diseases.

Adele has a private practice in Pinelands, Cape Town, but also does house and hospital calls for those patients who are bedridden or unable to get to her.

She studied for her Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nutrition, through the International Nutritional Academy of Australian via correspondence for 5 years and practiced as a Nutritional & Lifestyle Consultant for 3 years prior to completing her studies in 2005, and passing her exams with distinction.

She is also a qualified teacher holding a 4 year Higher Diploma in Education, and being drawn to education, one of her special interests now, is paediatric health and educating adults on Health & Wellness.

Adele is also involved with school education talks - for children and parents alike, and her 'assistant' Paul often accompanies her. (Paul is her life-sized model - all his inside 'bits' come out!) She has also developed a Wholistic Nutrition Programme for Schools (based on research from six other countries) which looks at assisting in changing the negative nutritional influences in schools by starting with a 'Tuckshop Health Makeover'!

Adele is the Vice-Chair for The South African Association for Nutritional Therapy (SAANT), in charge of PR & Marketing. She is a member of the Nutrition Society of South Africa and the South African Association for Integrative Medicine.

Adele also writes articles for various websites and magazines, as well as hosting Corporate Health & Wellness days, breakfasts and talks.

To book a consultation with Adele simply email Current Research Projects Research Project : A panel of experts compared the health effects of eating factory-farmed and pasture-reared pork products.

Click here to see what they had to say.