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OUR PRACTITIONERS

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Soo Chin Kwan

Holistic Nutrition Practitioner 

Lecturer for Diet & Nutrition 

Bach Flower Registered Practitioner

I am a nutrition consultant and a passionate teacher in nutrition. I always direct my
focus on educating individuals and families on various factors affecting one's health, including
diet, nutrition, toxins, energy, and mental and emotional elements. Identifying the factors and
having a proper diagnosis is more important than only treating the symptoms. I have been helping
many of her clients to improve their health through a more holistic approach. Seeing a need to
establish a standard practice for local health professionals, I am also a council of the SPROUTS practitioners group, consisting of nutrition consultants committed to practicing with the most ethical and professional approach.


Before my career turn, I was a medical professional in pharmaceutical research for 13 years. My
research experience includes managing clinical trial projects and data analysis to develop new
drugs for cancers and chronic diseases. By collecting and reviewing the side effects data of the
drug, I realized there was often a limited cure for patients with life-threatening diseases. The side
effects of western medicine were often too much for them to bear. I strongly felt that I wanted to
help in disease prevention and provide alternative solutions to conventional medical treatment in
Singapore. My compassion drives me to focus on diet and nutrition, lifestyle and later in natural
medicine, which I believe is a much more effective way to prevent and treat many chronic
diseases.


Over the last 10 years, I attained various qualifications in Natural Health including Diet &
Nutrition, Energy Medicine, Bach Flower Remedies. I am a passionate teacher and a frequent
guest speaker in health talks for corporate events and public seminars and a culinary consultant
for various F&B sectors. I have also led the “menu make-over” projects in 8 nursing homes in Singapore, which involved training their chefs and cooks. Besides, I have the opportunity to share knowledge about health and recipes in many media channels in Singapore and Malaysia, such as radio broadcasts in Love 97.2 FM and the MediaCorp TV programs.


I am currently teaching part-time for certified nutrition course in the International College of
Holistic Health and provide supervision for the nutrition consultant in Sprouts Holistic Health
centre while pursuing further studies in North America. 

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Jane Piper

Holistic Health Practitioner

Lecturer for Diet & Nutrition

I have been a health professional for 19 years. My approach has evolved over this time to include wisdom from both Western and Eastern healing traditions. I work with clients of all ages (babies, children, teenagers and adults), and all health conditions whether physical or emotional, from childhood eczema through to life-affecting auto-immune conditions. I offer one-to-one consultations, longer-term health programs and offer training for health professionals or anyone looking to start a new career.

A typical one-to-one consultation starts with a detailed discussion of your symptoms and health history right from birth through to the present day. The more I get to know about you, how you are in health, what health issues you have had in the past, and how these were treated, the better we can work together to create a health program tailored to you. I believe it is so important to treat the whole person rather than try to treat the disease.

We also take time to explore family health history, at least 2 generations back. I want to know about individual predispositions. It is not genes that create our disease, but rather the activation of certain genetic information by life experiences and lifestyle. Knowing family patterns and then looking at what lifestyle and habits may be contributing to create health problems, lets us identify changes to make to set the body on a healing pathway.

I believe that the body has an innate wisdom that knows what is needed to restore balance and achieve our potential. Many people ask if a particular food could be making them ill. Without doubt, our diet can have a major impact on our health. Many people get great results in response to simple dietary changes but it is rarely the whole story. The foods we eat can be involved in many problems beyond digestive issues, such as headaches, inflammation, hormone imbalance, pain and auto-immune conditions. Identifying adverse food reactions is often the starting point of an effective health plan, but it’s so important to look at why we may be having these reactions. So, a health consultation looks for underlying issues such as a weakened digestion, poor absorption, hormone imbalance, immune response, emotional stress, toxicity, structural issues, pathogens, or inherited patterns.

I use QEST4 bio-energetic testing, Kinesiology (muscle testing and energy balancing) and Iridology to help prioritise what a person needs to restore health. A treatment plan will often include dietary changes, supplements, emotional re-patterning, meridian balancing, and body work where appropriate.


I am always happy to talk to someone about my approach before making an appointment. Working with a practitioner who you can relate to will give you the best outcome.

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CHENG WEN

Holistic Nutrition Consultant

Lecturer for Diet & Nutrition

Bach Flower Registered Practitioner (BFRP)

Cheng Wen is a Holistic Health Practitioner and a registered Bach Flower Practitioner. As a trainer at the International College of Holistic Health (ICHH) for ITEC Diet and Nutrition course, she is passionate about equipping her students with knowledge about holistic nutrition and sharing her food relationship journey with them. 

 

Cheng Wen attained various qualifications in her holistic practices - Certificate in Holistic Nutrition & Consultation Skills, Certificate in ITEC Diet and Nutrition, and completed the Consultation Skills Enhancement course with ICHH.

 

Cheng Wen believes that by eating right using natural foods, the body can naturally heal, both physically and emotionally. Changing one’s diet using natural foods can reverse poor health conditions caused by nutrition deficiency and unhealthy eating habits

 

She is passionate about helping her clients regain their health through a holistic approach and supporting them in their emotional wellbeing.

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Adeline Wong

Holistic Nutrition Consultant 

Lecturer for Diet and Nutrition Course 

Qest4 Bioenergetic Practitioner 

Adeline is a Holistic Health Practitioner, passionate about teaching and helping people to regain their health using natural methods.  

Adeline is teaching at the International College of Holistic Health (ICHH). She believes that diet and nutrition is a fundamental pillar of staying healthy. She is passionate about guiding students in the application of knowledge and how they can modify their diet to a healthier one.  Simple changes in diet could exert the greatest impacts on health and well-being. 

Adeline offers the Qest4 bio-energetic evaluation service. She uses the information collected to guide clients on their natural healing journey. Her approach is very personalized based on the client’s needs, for instance, food sensitivity, emotional support, nutrition support, etc. Her enthusiasm is about empowering clients with their potential to restore balance and regain health. She believes that the more we learn about how our body is functioning, the better we can change our lifestyle and determine which specific foods, supplements, remedies, and therapies we can benefit from. 

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KAREN TER

Holistic Nutrition Consultant

Bach Flower Registered Practitioner (BFRP)

Karen is a certified Bach Foundation registered practitioner (BFRP). Passionate about holistic healing, she uses Bach flower remedies to help others balance their emotional state during times of challenges, anxiety, and illness.

Utilising Bach flower remedies, Karen helped her client's son improve his behavioural issues at school, guided a friend suffering from cholesterol issues back to health, and progressively improved her own health.

She experienced first-hand the significant benefits of Bach flower remedies had on her family and friends.

Karen visited many doctors seeking treatment to cure her chronic cough for many years but couldn't find any. After starting her holistic healing journey 4 years ago, Karen corrected her eating habits and used Bach Flower Remedies to regulate her emotions. She has miraculously stopped coughing for the last 10 months. Karen’s mum was diagnosed with stage 1c ovarian cancer. Using Bach flower remedies to regulate her mum’s emotional health and combining holistic health treatment to eat right, her mum’s cancer markers have improved significantly, and she is currently recovering well.

Karen is a trained Diet and Nutrition therapist with the International College of Holistic Health. She scored a distinction for the Nutrition Consultant Enhancement Certification exam.  

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CATHY LEUNG

Holistic Nutrition Consultant

Mentor for Diet & Nutrition course

Since completing the Diet and Nutrition course at the International College of Holistic Health (ICHH), Cathy worked with several of her family and friends, guiding them to healthy eating and empowering them to make informed and healthier choices in their diet.

 

Cathy completed various courses in her pursuit of holistic learning. She obtained the ITEC Level 3 Certificate in Diet and Nutrition for Complementary Therapists, ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Holistic Massage and a Certificate in Holistic Nutrition & Consultation Skills with ICHH. She also completed courses in Lymphatic Drainage Massage and Chinese Massage with other centres.

 

Cathy is passionate about helping individuals live healthier lives and improving the health of the general community. Her most significant achievements are seeing her clients change their lives through diet and nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle. The connection with her clients is something she enjoys more than anything because she gets the privilege of being part of their journey to health and wellness. Like when she helped a pregnant friend lower her Gestational Diabetics Mellitus (GDM) count significantly through mapping a tailored diet plan that suited her nutritional needs.

Cathy is currently a holistic practitioner at Sprouts Holistic Health Centre. She is available for private consultations.

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